（英）Capacity Development for Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET)
Centre for Instructor and Advanced Skills Training (CIAST)
Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) is considered essential to economic development in the Asia-Pacific region. As a result of growing in the region, TVET is in a period of transition and reorientation towards providing students with certain basic skills and knowledge required, and supplying them with the tools. Throughout the region, realization of the crucial role of TVET in development of new skills is increasing.
For the Government of Malaysia, TVET is seen as crucial for enhancing economic competitiveness as well as a tool contributes to social inclusion, poverty reduction and sustainable development. The Government is very much aware that the future of the country does not sorely depend on educated personnel, but on having a large pool of skilled workers that can handle the rapidly changing world of work.
1) To understand and improve TVET trainers based on needs for the economic growth in ASEAN country;
2) To share information and best practices, promote conducive collaboration and networking amongst TVET trainers with the Malaysian counterparts;
3) To expose the participants on Malaysia's experience in strengthening the existing TVET; and
4) To equip participant with technical skills a
At the end of the programme, participants are expected to have learnt various concepts, ideas and techniques of related trade; gained useful experience and insights from comparatives studies on Malaysia, Japan and that of the participating country; established networking relationships amongst participating organisations and the Training Institute.
1. Duration: 41 days
2. Number of Participants: 8 participants per year
3. Target Participants: Technical trainers related to TVET of government institutions /departments in training to related trades.
4. Target countries: Cambodia, Myanmar, Laos, Vietnam
5. Modality: Classroom Lectures, Case Studies / Practice, Group Discussions, Participants’ Presentation (Country Report / Plan of Action), Study Visit
6. Modules: Mechatronics (Intermediate level) for JFY2017, Automotive (Intermediate level) in JFY2018, Welding Technology (Intermediate level) in JFY2019
1. Approximately 50% of the entire training expenses
2. Provision of advice on the management of training
3. Dispatch of resource person from Japan
1．Approximately 50% of the entire training expenses
2. Assignment of lecturers and staff
3. Arrangement of field visits and practices
4. Provision of facility, equipment and teaching materials
5. Administrative matters in relation to the training
As a specific measure of partnership, this training is jointly organized by Ministry of Foreign Affairs Malaysia (MFA) as the national focal point of Malaysia, Centre for Instructor and Advanced Skill Training (CIAST) as the Training Institute (TI), and JICA, with the guidance from Embassy of Japan in Malaysia.
With regard to the implementation phase, the following roles are applied:
- MFA is responsible for the application process and overseeing the TI;
- The TI is responsible for the design and implementation of the training;
- JICA is responsible for providing necessary advice to both MFA and TI in order to ensure smooth and effective implementation of the training.
1) 我が国の援助活動 Cooperation of the Japanese ODA
Total cooperation: 3 years (2013-2015)
Course Title: TCTP "Capacity Development for Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET)"
Target Countries: Cambodia, Laos & Myanmar
2) 他ドナー等の援助活動 Cooperation by Other Donor Agencies, etc.
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