Realigning SD goals for industry and TVET training programs: a crucial undertaking

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Author: Chinedu, Caleb Chidozie; Wan Mohamed, Wan Azlinda

Abstract:

In the wake of the [Association of Southeast Asian Nations] ASEAN Economic Community's (AEC) vision to develop a highly integrated and cohesive economy, enhanced connectivity and sectoral co-operation within the region as well as the evolution of a dynamic, competitive and innovative ASEAN, [technical and vocational education and training] TVET is once again a fundamental instrument to achieve this goal. TVET is no doubt a major supplier of labour and human capital. Hence, it is important that workers with the right repertoire of skills are trained to take on job roles in their...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Vocational education and training; Industry; Sustainability; Providers of education and training; Skills and knowledge

Keywords: Perception; Education industry relationship; Partnership in education and training; Skill needs

Geographic subjects: Asia

Published: Chiangmai, Thailand: Regional Association for Vocational Teacher Education and Training in Asia, 2017

Physical description: 13 p.

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http://www.tvet-online.asia/issue/8/chinedu-wan-mohamed

Also called: Realigning Sustainable Development goals for industry and technical and vocational education and training training programs: a crucial undertaking

Journal title: TVET@Asia

Journal number: 8

Journal date: 2017

ISSN: 2196-838X

Statement of responsibility: Caleb Chidozie Chinedu and Wan Azlinda Wan-Mohamed

Notes:
Issue theme: 'TVET quality improvement initiatives in the wake of ASEAN Economic Community 2015', edited by Paryono Paryono, Georg Spoettl, Thomas Schroeder, Adeline Goh.

Resource type: Article

Peer reviewed: Yes

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Call number: TD/TNC 127.361

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