Society is facing an unprecedented crisis due to the threats of a global health pandemic. At the beginning of 2020, an unprecedented blow due to COVID-19 affected the health of hundreds of thousands of people. It continues to claim the lives of people in many parts of the world. Perhaps this is the biggest crisis of the 21st century, with a high number of recorded deaths. As a result, there is a widespread learning crisis due to school closures in many countries. According to UNESCO’s Global monitoring of school closures caused by COVID-19 188 countries are affected by school closures. As a result, 1.54 Billion learners are unable to attend school and learning activities. The scale of impact is also reflected in the TVET sector. With a sudden halt in the normal running of technical and vocational schools and training institutions, students, trainees and apprentices, are systematically unable to continue planned learning and training processes.