（英）Education for Computer based Industrial Automation
Directorate General of Higher Education, Ministry of National Education
EEPIS has a long track record in implementing the Third Country Training course on electronic engineering education (1993-1997 and 1998-2002), information technology-based education (2002-2006 and 2007-2009).
In spite of its success story, the needs of this type of training course still high, since there are many higher education institution in developing countries especially in Africa that remain under-developed in terms of their teachning staff education level and practical experience.
In order to achieve capacity building of targeting higher education institutions in Asian and African countries, EEPIS in collaboration with Indonesia Government are planning to conduct joint training program in cooperation with JICA.
The program will be implemented three (3) consecutive years from JFY 2010. The duration of each program is twenty three (23) days.
Education for Computer-based Industrial Automation in Asian and African countries is improved
The purpose of the course is to provide the participants from Asian adn African countries to update and upgrade relevant techniques, knowledge and teaching methodology in design and implementation of computer-based industrial automation
Participants are expected to gain skills and knowledge necessary to:
1. Design and develop the material for practice on computer and information technology;
2. Understand concept of embedded systems for developing mobile application;
3. Develop programming for practice on mobile application;
4. Develop teaching material on application development for mobile devices; and
5. Design and implementat application mobile devices.
1. Formulate the training program for Applied Computer and Information Engineering;
2. Computer and Information Engineering Education: The current and future trend;
3. Laboratory Development Strategy;
4. Teaching Methodology;
5. Applied Computer and Information Engineering;
6. Workshop on Applied Computer and Information Engineering;
7. Company Visit; and
8. Project work.
1. Expenses for participants from Asian and African countries, such as International and domestic air fares, accommodation, per-diem, and medical insurance
2. Expenses for the course implementation such as Japanese lecturer, field trip, text book, teaching material, opening and closing events
1. Expenses relevant to internal organizing committe member including accommodation, transportation for preparation stage
2. Expenses relevant to the course implementation such as honoraria for internal facilitator/lecturers/supporting staff including transportation, accommodation, expendables supplies.
1. Economic conditions will not be so worsened that the EEPIS can not secure enough budget to implement the course.
2. Political and social conditions will be stable for the EEPIS to implement the course continuosly.
3. Concerned staff of the EEPIS will be continuously assigned to implement the course without any disturbance.
Grand Aid, Finished 1988
Technical Coopeartion Project (SPEET I) 1987 - 1992
Follow-up 1992 - 1994
Follow-up 1994 - 1996
Technical Cooperation Project (SPEET II) 1999 - 2005
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