5.1 Closing Plenary, including closing remarks and virtual WorldSkills Museum Tour
Join our session moderators as they discuss the main outcomes of WorldSkills Conference 2021. The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted education, exacerbated inequalities, and slowed down climate action, but it has also challenged policymakers, businesses, and institutions to innovate. The post-pandemic recovery road provides an opportunity to rethink VET systems so they can help build more resilient societies. We will look ahead at the next year to forecast the developments that we hope to see in the run towards WorldSkills Shanghai 2022.
- David Hoey, CEO, WorldSkills International
- Senior official, Shanghai Municipal People's Government
- Tang Tao, Vice Minister of Human Resources and Social Security (MOHRSS), China