WFCP Dispatch

The WFCP Dispatch brings global news to Federation members about education, issues affecting professional and technical education and training, and updates about the Federation and our activities. The monthly bulletin also includes analysis in each issue from a WFCP Board of Director about a topic impacting professional and technical education and training around the world.

To submit news for the monthly bulletin, please contact the WFCP Secretariat.


September 2019

The WFCP Dispatch shares news, views and reports from Federation members to offer a global perspective to your work. If you have input, please pass it on to the WFCP Secretariat.

  • The Road to Gender Equality
  • SDG 4.7: Integrating Social, Emotional and Sustainable Learning into Education Materials
  • Practitioner Perspectives on Equity in Career and Technical Education
  • World Skills Kazan 2019
  • The high growth promise of an integrated Africa
  • The Consumer Rights of International Students
  • Canadian post-secondary leaders consider next steps following summer institute on reconciliation
  • Co-Exist With Robots: How to Compete With Technology in the Age of Automation
  • Emerging technology can replace workers — or train them for new work

August 2019

This is our first WFCP Dispatch. We plan to issue a dispatch every month. It’s designed to share news and views and reports from our members so you can bring a global perspective to your work. If you have input, please pass it on to the WFCP Secretariat.

  • The start of globalisation, 500 years ago
  • WFCP2020: Youth Leadership Camp
  • UN Secretary-General Releases Advance version of SDG Progress Report
  • Beijing Consensus on Artificial Intelligence and Education
  • New CICan Project will ImpAct local communities
  • EURASHE wants your input on Apprenticeships
  • TKNIKA’s “Basque Country” rowing boat makes history in Loch Ness
  • UK Commission looks to the College of the Future
  • African Union Launches “1 Million by 2021”
  • More International Students Choose China
  • Where jobs are concentrating and why it matters