（英）Project for Improving TVET Quality to Meet the Needs of Industries
Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training
Over a decade, Cambodia has achieved a rapid economic growth which GDP growth is to reach 7.3% in 2012 and estimated about 7% in 2013; only a short downturn during the global financial crisis from 2008 to 2010. Some of the key factors to this growth include: export sector and foreign direct investment(FDI). Among FDI, many industries are in assembly and manufacturing sectors such as Minibea, etc. These growth indicate that Cambodia has been developing to compete with countries in the region and global as well. To do and maintain this trend, Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training (MLVT) with its mission to produce skilled labor forces where they have thirty eight (38) training institutes and centers under its supervision; need to find solution to produce this needed skilled labor to support to the industry.
In the short term, diploma-holder graduates with 2 years study is MLVT’s target. Therefore, the MLVT is requesting to implement the Technical Human Resource Development for Industry in the field of Electrical and Electronics; more particularly at the level of diploma in order to produce huge skilled manpower to support the high-demand industry in the short term.
Quality of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) programs is improved through practice-oriented training to meet the standard of technical human resources required by industry.
Curriculum in Diploma level of Electronics and Electricity provided by TVET institutions under Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training (MLVT) meets the standard of technical human resources required by industry.
Output 1: Quality curriculum in Diploma level and teacher training course of electronics and electricity provided by TVET institutions under MLVT meets the standard of technical human resources required by industry.
Output 2: Both technical and instructive capacities of instructors of TVET institutions under MLVT meets the standard of implementing curriculum described with focus on practical training.
Output 3: TVET institutions under MLVT can manage training facility and equipment which are necessary for implementing the curriculum.
(1) Establish Industry Advisory Groups on electronics and electricity with participation from private sectors.
(2) Draft the competency standard on electronic and electricity for Diploma level.
(3) Organize preparation meeting with technical and industrial stakeholders.
(4) Organize workshops to finalize the draft standard and submit it to the sub-committee of National Training Board (NTB).
(5) Formulate competency -based curriculum (CBC), learning package (CBLP) and assessment package (CBAP).
(1) Conduct a baseline survey to assess instructors' skill and the skill which can be obtained through the Diploma courses at the target TVET institutes.
(2) Organize workshop for lunching the competency standards, curriculum and training package.
(3) Conduct on the job Training (OJT) for the instructors.
(1) Prepare/procure equipment and guidebook for utilization of equipment base competency standard and curricula.
(2) Prepare a list of equipment with necessary information for maintenance.
1. Japanese experts: 1 for long-term expert and 3 to 4 short-term experts (TVET curriculum, TVET Program Assessment, equipment management system, etc.)
2. Training in Japan or Third Country for Capacity Building of counterpart officials.
3. Necessary technical and office equipment to support the project.
-Counterpart officials from Directorate General of TVET, including TVET Management Department, National Competency Standard Department and TVET institutes (PPI, NTTI, NPIC, CTSDC, CIEDC, etc.).
-Office Space and other necessary facilities and utilities (office desk, water and electricity) will be provided.
(1) Natural condition: In all part of Cambodia, there is no volcano and earthquake or typhoon except occasional inundation or flood and lightning strikes during the rainy season.(2) Social situation: Since 1998, after civil war, Cambodia has become a peaceful and safe country. The political situation is relatively stable, and there is no discrimination against foreigners but they are welcome by local people or any ethnic sentiment throughout the country. (3) Crimes (robberies): it has been improved overtime and became better due to social and economic improvement and development.
Directorate General of TVET (DGTVET) is governing the TVET Sector arena under jurisdiction of the MLVT. There are about 300 supporting staffs of the DGTVET. The department of TVET management will be directly in charge of the project. The proposed beneficiaries of TVET's institutes are all located in Phnom Penh and all under its supervision of DGTVET.
1) 我が国の援助活動 Cooperation of the Japanese ODA:
- Third Country Training Program (TCTP) on "Capacity Building for TVET's Trainer in Cambodia Phase I and Phase II (Master Training Program)
- Dispatch Senior Volunteers to TVET's institutes/centers
2) 他ドナー等の援助活動 Cooperation by Other Donor Agencies, etc.
- ADB is currently implementing an ADB-financed project. This project will produce three outputs: i) more industry-relevant formal training programs in Mechanics, Construction, and Business and ICT; ii) expanded and better quality non-formal training, and iii) strengthened institutional capacity to plan and manage the TVET System.
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