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BRICS countries' investment in education will change the world

South China Morning Post, 22 September 2014 - Irina Bokova says by working together, bloc members can expect more solid foundation for growth.

Posted by Administrator at Sep 22, 2014 09:18 AM |
PH, Germany ink tech-voc pact

Inquirer.Net, 22 September 2014 - The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (Tesda) has hooked up with its counterpart in Germany to boost technical-vocational education and training (TVET) in the Philippines.

Posted by Administrator at Sep 22, 2014 09:16 AM |
Brunei Darussalam leads on vocational learning

Borneo Post, 20 September 2014 - Vocational training has become a key focus in Brunei Darussalam as it aims to meet the shifting demands of its economy as well as the challenges that economic integration with the rest of Asean is expected to bring after 2015.

Posted by Administrator at Sep 22, 2014 09:14 AM |
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Tracer Study Non-formal Vocational Education and Training in Lao PDR Final Report 2014

This report is the result of joint efforts the Department of Technical and Vocational Education (DTVE) of the Ministry of Education and Sports, the Lao-German Program ‘Human Resource Development for Market Economy’ (HRDME III) and contracted consultants. Non-formal vocational training in Lao PDR has its roots in general adult education, especially related to alphabetisation. On this background the IVET concept was developed to connect these vocational training efforts closer to formal vocational training. Despite the fact that IVET had been officially introduced as pilot project in 2003 the approach is relatively new and therefore specific information and experiences are rare. Non-formal VET is a specific part of the IVET approach and of great importance to continuously achieve the integrated approach in order to ensure inclusion of disadvantaged youth into training and lay thereby foundations for employment or self-employment thereby improving income and livelihood of those target groups. This study tries to close the gap and provides specific information about non-formal training, its organisation, former participants and changes in their professional life after participation in such courses. The Non-formal Tracer Study 2014 (NFTS-14) was conducted from April to June 2014 by Lao-German Development Consulting in cooperation with DTVE and the respective schools.

Posted by Administrator at Jun 01, 2014 12:00 AM |
Tracer Study 2013 (Vocational Education and Training in Lao PDR)

This report is the result of joint efforts involving the Department of Technical and Vocational Education (DTVE) of the Ministry of Education and Sports, the Lao-German Program ‘Human Resource Development for Market Economy’ (HRDME III) and contracted consultants. This report follows similar undertakings, namely the National Baseline Tracer Study 2006 and the National Tracer Study 2011 and tries to provide comparable information. However, due to changing circumstances the focus of this year’s tracers study shifted towards Integrated Vocational Education and Training (IVET) Schools keeping a number of TVET institutions as control group in the sample. On the other hand more detailed information has been collected from employers of graduates of vocational training institutions thereby allowing a better analysis to be conducted directly relating to the relationship between vocational training and labour markets. The Tracer Study 2013 (TS-13) was conducted from April to October 2013 by Lao-German Development Consulting in cooperation with DTVE and the respective schools.

Posted by Administrator at Feb 01, 2014 12:00 AM |
ILO Viet Nam newsletter, September 2014

The ninth quarterly newsletter of the ILO Country Office for Viet Nam focuses on skills and productivity issues - the main theme of the 6th APEC Human Resources Development Ministerial Meeting in Hanoi.

Posted by Administrator at Sep 04, 2014 12:00 AM |
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