（英）Capacity Building in Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET)
Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training
As indicated in its Rectangular Strategy and National Strategic Development Plan (2006-2010), the Government of
Cambodia recognizes the need for a sustainable mechanism that enables the people to have easier access to quality
skill trainings in polytechnics or vocational schools and, therefore, enhance their chances for wage-employment or
self-employment. The TVET system in Cambodia comprises private and public vocational training institutions/centers
including 38 institutions under GDTVET, training colleges/centers under other ministries, NGOs and universities.
Some large enterprises also provide the training to their staff. However, public vocational training institutions/
centers are popular since the poor cannot afford the fees of private vocational training providers while training
provided by some NGOs are not sustainable. Most private training providers lack capital for the development of
training materials, laboratories, and workshop. Thus, strengthening the existing 38 public training institutes and
provincial training centers under GDTVET offers the best hope particularly for the poor and the marginalized and at the same time supply industries with skilled manpower.
In this regard, JICA approved to implement Third Country Training Program (TCTP) in FY 2009 in collaboration with
Centers for Instructors and Advanced Skills Training (CIAST) of Ministry of Human Resource of Malaysia for three years period. The training for JFY 2012 is 3rd year implementation focusing on two trades; Automotive and Electrical.
The budget for training implementation in Malaysia is responsible and co-fund by JICA Malaysia Office and Ministry
of Foreign Affairs of Malaysia while local follow-up in Cambodia will be responsible by JICA Cambodia Office to
ensure the smooth implementation of both part 2 (attachment and internship by participants in their own
centers/institutes and part 3 (assessment/evaluation program) respectively.
Teaching Methodology and curriculum preparation of training centers, which belong to Ministry of Labour and
Vocational Training, both technical and pedagogical areas will be improved
Capacity of trainers in training centers, which belong to Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training, will be improved.
1. The method for better curriculum development will be acquired.
2. An effective of technical skill and pedagogical skill of vocational training will be acquired.
3. Innovative teaching methodologies will be acquired through sharing and learning of the experiences of Malaysia.
The activities for follow-up actvities in Cambodia are divided into two parts.
(1) Internship & Portfolio Development Program (15 Oct-23 Nov, 2012)
20 participants are expected to undertake a practical internship in their own centers.
- Participants are expected to submit report to Malaysian Experts directly and/or through coordination of JICA
- Participants are due to undertake this program in according to the timeline set in General Information by CIAST.
(2) Assessment Program (2- 15 Dec 2012)
Malaysian experts will be invited to come to Cambodia to evaluate participants' capacity in for an intensive 14 daysassessment program. Tentative schedule for this Assessment program is attached.
- Upon evaluation, the participants will be given their certificate in Cambodia.
Necessary expenses for the implementation of the part 2 and part 3. (See Budget Plan in attachment #2)
a. Invitation Expenses for Malaysian Experts to undertake Assessment Program in Cambodia
b. Local Expenses to support participants for necessary activities to achieve the expected output as well as to support their action plan.
- Dispatch appropriate TVET's trainers to join the program
- Arrange venue for follow-up for participants
- Necessary coordination and support to participants for both part 2 and part 3.
The policy for vocational training in Cambodia is not drastically changed
This training is expected to be implemented under the cooperation with Malaysian Government
KOICA has sent volunteers to support vocational training.
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