Government of Malaysia's initiative for green economy and the TVET response

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Author: Jaafar, Mohlis bin; Yahya, Roslee bin; Hussain, Hazrat

Abstract:

Sustainable development is a development strategy that manages the finances, physical assets, natural environment and human resources to improve the wealth and quality of life for a long term period. In economic context, sustainable development has been appreciated to be crucial and applicable for many countries, and Malaysia is no exception. One of the National Green Technology Policy Strategic thrusts is to intensify human capital development in sustainable development. The motivation should be the ability to supply green technology initiatives for the demand of the local and global...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Sustainability; Vocational education and training; Management; Skills and knowledge; Economics; Teaching and learning; Technology; Providers of education and training

Keywords: Human capital; Technical education and training; Strategic planning; Economic growth; Curriculum development; Green skills; Polytechnic

Geographic subjects: Asia; Malaysia

Published: Manila, Philippines: Colombo Plan Staff College (CPSC), 2014

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http://www.cpsctech.org/publications/STEPS/Volume2/STEPS_vol2.pdf

Also called: Government of Malaysia's initiative for green economy and the technical and vocational education and training response

Journal volume: 2

Journal date: 2014

Pages: pp. 9-26

ISSN: 2244-6982

Resource type: Article

Call number: TD/TNC 121.1609

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