（英）Capacity Development of TVET's Trainers of Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training Phase II
Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training
Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) plays a vital role in the socio-economic development of Cambodia. As Cambodia has experienced in the dramatically increase in Foreign Direct Investment and industrial transition, there is a growing need to focus on TVET to provide students with certain basic skills and knowledge required, and supplying them with the tools needed in order to increase and update their knowledge through lifelong education.
Based on the satisfactory result of previous TCTP “Capacity Development for Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) for Cambodia in Malaysia” Royal Government of Cambodia through Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training has requested to the Government of Japan to continue to Phase II where they would like to focus more developing master trainers tentatively in three fields: Civil Engineering, Electrical and Electronics.
To respond to this, the Government of Japan has approved to continue to Phase II; in line of its program to support human resource development for Industry.
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
The project aims at building capacity of core trainers to become Master Trainers to serve as future counterpart of JICA’s technical cooperation project. This Master Trainers would serve not only as key trainers at their institutes to further disseminate knowledge, experiences gained from the training to their colleagues, but also as key person to develop, design and utilize curriculum for their specialized field.
1)Better pedagogical and technical skill will be further enhanced
2)An effective and advanced technical and pedagogical skill of vocational training will be acquired to become master
3)Innovative teaching methodology and curriculum development methods will be acquired through sharing and learning
of the experiences of Malaysia
-Training in Malaysia to be covered both technical and pedagogical skills to strengthen the capacity of TVET's
Trainers to become master-trainers up to fifteen (15) persons each year for three years.
- For FY 2015, trainees will be undertaking "Electronic Course" to be conducted at both Center for Instructors and Advanced Skilled Training (CIAST) and Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) of Malaysia. 15 participants will be expected from three institutes; Preah Kossomak Polytechnic Institute (PPI), National Technical Training Institute (NTTI) and National Polytechnic Institute of Cambodia (NPIC).
- Follow-up activities by the returned trainees in Cambodia will be conducted by focusing on experimenting new
skills, new knowledge learned from Malaysia as well as dissemination opportunities through seminar, workshop or small meeting at their own and other institututes or at national level
- Training in third country (Malaysia) to be shouldered by JICA 100%.
- Budget for follow-up activities in Cambodia
- Dispatch appropriate trainers to attend training in Malaysia
- Arrange venue, necessary equipment for follow-up for returned participants
- Necessary coordination and support to participants before departure and follow-up activities to be implemented in Cambodia
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.
- Crimes (robberies): it has been improved overtime and became better due to social and economic improvement and development.
Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training has 38 training institutes all over Cambodia. But for this training, we will identify the most potential and we'll give priority to the key training institutes in the most industrial cities including Phnom Penh. Other TVET institutes which have not been selected to participate in this training program, will be invited to paticipate in the Dissemination Workshop in Cambodia for Knowledge and Experience sharing from the returned participants.
- Project for Improving TVET Quality to Meet the Needs of Industries (2015-2019)
- KOICA has sent volunteers to support training institutes.
- Asian Development Bank (ADB) implements "Strengthening TVET system in Cambodia" mainly focus on policy
development, skill bridging, etc.
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