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Trends in Vocational Education

  • 30 Jul 2013 11:56 AM
    Reply # 1354672 on 1293303
    RAJAN P.T.
    Trends are of finding new avenues or sectors and implementing new techniques for monitoring ,evaluation and systems.
  • 31 Jul 2013 7:54 AM
    Reply # 1355271 on 1293303
    Sue
    I agree and no point in reiniventing the wheel  I am sure there are TVET Awarding Bodies that already transcend boundaries globally.  TVET standards are already developed, well defined, competency driven, globally recognised, in demand by employers.

    We can use these as the bench mark for setting the foundation for TVET transformation in the 21st century.  
  • 08 Aug 2013 9:15 AM
    Reply # 1361157 on 1293303
    The current global trend in TVET include: the promotion of female enrollment, the introduction of competency based education, and globalization of TVET Best practices across the globe

  • 17 Sep 2013 9:08 PM
    Reply # 1391848 on 1293303
    TVET conference in Malaysia 23th and 24th October 2013

    Theme: VISON TO ACTION

    More info at www.myhrd.ppks.edu.my
  • 20 Sep 2013 11:47 AM
    Reply # 1394385 on 1293303
    Razali Hassan
    It is the best time to change TVET training system. Collaboration with Industries is a must to ensure the training system should work better and success. 
  • 09 Oct 2013 6:12 AM
    Reply # 1408402 on 1293303

    Hi Everybody

     

    Just testing if it works!!! Anyway I am of opinion that qualifications Framework will help in recognition of qualifications and Recognition of Prior Learning should be given importance especially in TVET

  • 15 Nov 2013 10:10 AM
    Reply # 1439142 on 1293303
    joseph kannah
    i think this is something that should take the world by storm. It is time to start developing the ground work for the establishment of this standardized vocational initiative in counties of Africa, this would be cardinal African Governments' development agenda.
  • 02 Dec 2013 5:23 AM
    Reply # 1449598 on 1293303
    OHWEVWO GODWIN
    I REALLY LIKE AFFILIATING WITH THE ORGANIZATION BUT CAN I COME OVER FOR SEMINARS.HOW WILL THAT BE POSSIBLE?
  • 30 Jan 2014 2:00 PM
    Reply # 1486815 on 1293303
    Andrew Carlsson
    Hi all, food for thought.  If a vocational qualification is registered on qualifications framework in the originating country, for example South Africa, why is this qualification not recognised by other Qualification Authorities without having the need to re-register the qualification in another country.  Providers of the second country should be allowed to offer such qualification and call it an international qualification.  This needs to be debated at length and an agreement and consensus reached.
  • 12 Mar 2014 5:52 PM
    Reply # 1516445 on 1293303
    Common tvet model, one size fit all. Sounds promising, I perceive that you cant just wish away the skill shortage problem as there will always be economic and social issues such as protectionism. Moreso, countries like Nigeria where I come from, government and the private sector recorgnise the all important role of tvet but shy away when faced with the cost of training and education and so on.

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