The Namibia Journal of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (NJTVET) is a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to advancing research and knowledge in the field of technical and vocational education and training. The journal provides a platform for researchers, educators, policymakers, and practitioners to disseminate and exchange innovative ideas, theories, and best practices in the realm of technical and vocational education and training.

The primary aim of NJTVET is to contribute to the improvement of technical and vocational education and training systems in Namibia and beyond. NJTVET publishes original research articles, reviews, and conceptual papers that address a broad range of topics within the field, including but not limited to:

  • Curriculum Development: Exploration of innovative approaches, models, and frameworks for designing and developing technical and vocational curricula that align with industry needs and promote relevant skills.
  • Teaching and Learning Strategies: Examination of effective pedagogical practices, instructional methods, and assessment techniques employed in technical and vocational education and training programs.
  • Workforce Development: Investigation of policies, initiatives, and strategies aimed at enhancing the skills, employability, and career pathways of individuals in technical and vocational fields.
  • Industry-TVET Partnerships: Analysis of partnerships and collaborations between educational institutions, industry sectors, and employers to foster meaningful connections, facilitate knowledge transfer, and address workforce needs.
  • Emerging Technologies: Exploration of the integration and utilisation of emerging technologies, such as virtual reality, augmented reality, artificial intelligence, and digital platforms, in technical and vocational education and training.
  • Quality Assurance and Accreditation: Examination of quality assurance frameworks, accreditation processes, and certification systems that ensure the standardisation and quality of technical and vocational education and training programs.
  • Inclusivity and Diversity: Investigation of strategies to promote inclusivity, equity, and diversity in technical and vocational education, including approaches to engage underrepresented groups, accommodate diverse learning styles, and address gender imbalances.

NJTVET encourages interdisciplinary research, drawing from fields such as education, psychology, sociology, economics, and technology. NJTVET prioritises evidence-based studies and papers that provide practical implications and contribute to the advancement of technical and vocational education and training on a global scale.


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