BILT Expert Group on the dual transition in the hospitality and tourism sector BIHC is proud to be part of the BILT Expert Group that seeks to investigate the implications of the green and digital transition in TVET. ‘The Bridging Innovation and Learning in TVET (BILT) project is implemented by UNESCO-UNEVOC with support of the Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB) and sponsored by Germany's Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). In 2023, the Bridging Innovation and Learning in TVET (BILT) project has a new focus on the impact of the dual green and digital transition on skills needs for the hospitality and tourism sector and the TVET system. In this context, a BILT Expert Group, composed of 29 members representing national bodies, international and regional organizations, TVET providers, and NGOs from Africa, Asia-Pacific, and Europe, investigates the implications of the green and digital transition by: 1. Taking stock of current debates around new skills in the hospitality and tourism sector within the three regions 2. Identifying innovative TVET practices from the hospitality and tourism sector in each region 3.Developing a publication featuring practical recommendations for TVET stakeholders in the hospitality and tourism sector. The work of the Expert Group is led by the Swiss Federal University for Vocational Education and Training (SFUVET), Switzerland, with the support of École d’Hôtellerie et de Tourisme Paul Dubrule (EHT), Cambodia, and Boma International Hospitality College (BIHC), Kenya, representing the three BILT regions.