Technical Education & Vocational Training (TEVT) for Youths - Yusoff Md. Sahir

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  • 1. Quality education as a foundation for future training. broad ly available. Education for all, and children in school and not at work, is an essential foundation of future training.2. Building solid bridges between the world of work and training providers in order to match skills provision to the needs of enterprises. This is often done best at the sectoral level where the direct participation of employers and workers together with government and training providers can ensure the relevance of training.3. Continuous workplace training and lifelong learning enabling workers and enterprises to adjust to an increasingly rapid pace of change.4. Anticipating and building competencies for future needs. Sustained dialogue between employers and trainers, coordination across government institutions, labour market information, employment services and performance reviews are steps to an early identification of skill needs.5. Ensuring broad access to training opportunities, for women and men, and particularly for those groups facing greater difficulties, in particular youth, lower skilled workers, workers with disabilities, rural communities.
  • 1st.Pillar: Public higher education system which caters mainly to SPM school leavers, that is those who do not take up pre-university studies. includes polytechnics and community colleges under the Ministry of Higher Education, technical schools under the Ministry of Education as well as training institutions under the Ministry of Human Resources, Ministry of Entrepreneurial Development and Ministry of Youth & Sports.2nd.Pillar: Malaysian Skills Qualifications Framework, a five-tiered skills certification system based on the NOSS which was introduced by the National Vocational Training Council in 1993.3rd.Pillar: Company-based training which comes under the Human Resource Development Fund established in 1993 to promote the training of employees.4th.Pillar: Private higher education, largely under the purview of the Private Higher Education Institutions Act 1996, and accredited by the National Accreditation Board.5th.Pillar: Continuing education and training which caters to the demands of employers, community or society at large for further education, skills upgrading, retraining, career advancement and enrichment.
  • Technical Education & Vocational Training (TEVT) for Youths - Yusoff Md. Sahir

    1. 1. Conference on “Youth Entrepreneurship and Business Opportunities inEconomic Transformation Program (ETP)” One World Hotel 28th October 2011 Career Opportunities in GMI through Technical Education and Vocational Training GMI German Malaysian Institute
    2. 2. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology
    3. 3. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d TechnologyNEW ECONOMIC MODEL
    4. 4. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology NEM as Transformation• A high-income economy.• Human capital is the most valuable asset• Employers must retain and attract talent• Organizations need to invest in the development of their human capital• Management standard practices benchmark with best global companies• Well structured key performance indicator (KPI) are in place• Competitive remuneration scheme• Potential workforce contribute to the economy Source : Kellyservices.com.my
    5. 5. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d TechnologyEducationAndTrainingQuality Human Capital Advance technology driven
    6. 6. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology Quote• If entrepreneurship, finance, technology and market are the four cornerstones of an enterprise,• then "education and training" is the cement which holds them together. A quote from www.enterweb.com GERMAN MALAYSIAN INSTITUTE
    7. 7. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology Training Strategy of G20 (2010)1. Quality education as a foundation for future training.2. Building solid bridges between the world of work and training providers in order to match skills provision to the needs of enterprises.3. Continuous workplace training and lifelong learning4. Anticipating and building competencies for future needs5. Ensuring broad access to training opportunities
    8. 8. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology Latest TEVT News• Pioneer project for vocational education New Straits Times• Pre-vocational training for 50 schools starting next year AsiaOne• Basic Vocational Subjects To Be Introduced Next Year, Says DPM Bernama• 25 Oct 2011
    9. 9. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology What is TVETTechnical and Vocational Education andTraining (TVET) is concerned with theacquisition of knowledge and skills forthe world of work.
    10. 10. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology Elements of TVET: Various terms to describe• Apprenticeship Training• Vocational Education• Technical Education• Technical-Vocational Education (TVE)• Occupational Education (OE)• Vocational Education and Training (VET)• Professional and Vocational Education (PVE)• Career and Technical Education (CTE)• Workforce Education (WE)• Workplace Education (WE) etc
    11. 11. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology Pillars of Malaysia TVET (2005) PUBLIC MALAYSIAN CONTINUING COMPANY- PRIVATE HIGHER SKILLS EDUCATION BASED HIGHEREDUCATION QUALIFICATIONS AND TRAINING EDUCATION SYSTEM FRAMEWORK TRAINING School Employees School Leavers Employees, Leavers Adults GMI
    12. 12. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology EMPHASIS on TEVT• Allocation of 23 percent in Education and Training in 10th Malaysia Plan• Purpose – to raise the capacity of highly skilled human capital, having creativity and innovation – To meet the changing needs of the Economy – To meet the advancement in Technology
    13. 13. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology
    14. 14. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology Knowledge Worker The education and trainingsystem will be geared to produce multi-skilled and knowledge manpower that is versatile, willing to learn continuously,technopreneurial as well as with the ability to acquire and apply knowledge, particularly in modern technology. (8th Malaysian Plan, page 111, ch 4.64)
    15. 15. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d TechnologyThe World of Work • Rapid changes of technology • Changes of work organization • Multitude personality • Problem solver • Lifelong learner • Ability to work in team
    16. 16. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology Student Centered ApproachAction Oriented Approach Project Problem Tutorial Discussion Demonstration Lecture Teacher Centered Approach
    17. 17. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology
    18. 18. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology Learning comes Teaching comes 1st 2nd Create learning opportunities through which people can develop their ability to learn AUTONOMOUSLY Trainer steps Learner steps into the aside (organiser, advisor, centre of coach, moderator &education process (from facilitator) listening to doing)
    19. 19. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology Learning Retention Rate Average Retention RateTeach others/Immediate use of learning 90% Practice by doing 75% Discussion group 50% Demonstration 30% Audio Visual 20% Reading 10% Lecture 05%
    20. 20. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology
    21. 21. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology Vision 2020 To be Industrialized Nation Diploma Highly Skilled (3 years) PersonnelGMI GAPP FH/UAS Germany Practical Engineer (2 – 2.5 years) (3 – 4 years)
    22. 22. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology Industrial Electronics ACCREDITATED BY• Diploma in Industrial Electronics (Mechatronics) MQA 2008 – KPT(JPS)(KR5001)11/2011• Diploma in Industrial Electronics (Process Instrumentation & Control) – KPT(JPS)(KR5002)11/2011• Diploma in Industrial Electronics (Electronics & Information Technology ) – KPT(JPS)(KR5003)11/2011• Diploma in Network Security – KPT(JPS)(KA7166)07/2011
    23. 23. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology Production Technology ACCREDITATED BY MQA 2008• Diploma in Production Technology (Mould Technology) – KPT(JPS)KR5005)11/2011• Diploma in Production Technology (Tool & Die Technology) – KPT(JPS)KR5004)11/2011• Diploma in Product Design & Manufacturing – KPT(JPS)KA7165)07/2011• Diploma in CNC Precision Technology – KPT(JPS)KA7164)07/2011
    24. 24. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d TechnologyPractical Works Final Year Project
    25. 25. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology GMI Training Approachto work in networks and teams in a work process oriented way Technical Competence Social Competence Learning Competence
    26. 26. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology Diploma Graduates 1995-2010 (3,372) Annual 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 95 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10Annual Graduates 57 87 103 108 112 121 137 175 189 190 221 227 308 384 424 529
    27. 27. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology GMI Graduates – Job Classification Number Engineering/ Managerial/ Lecturer/ OthersEmployed Technical Supervisory Trainer 2286 1887 217 97 85 82.55% 9.49% 4.24% 3.72% Engineering/Technical Managerial/Supervisory Lecturer Others Starting Salary : RM1,500 – RM 2,000
    28. 28. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology Biodata Name : • MR LOO SHU PEY • Managing Director, Silver Light Sdn Bhd Current • Technical Skill Training & ConsultationDesignation : • Graduated : 1995 – Mould Technology • 1995 – 2000 : Degree in Electrical Engineering, UTM • 2010 : Master, Supply Chain in Lean Manufacturing, UTMBackground : • 1995 – Feb 2011: Business Development Manager, FESTO • Entrepreneur – Has just started a consultation company. Training for Advanced Technology
    29. 29. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology Biodata Name : • MR LAW MON FOONG Current • ManagingDesignation : Director, M&E Consultant • Graduated : 1998 – Mould MakingBackground : • Entrepreneur – Taking a leading role in his family manufacturing business. Training for Advanced Technology
    30. 30. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology Biodata Name : • MR NG KAR WEI Current • Manager, NSDesignation : C Plastic Products & Engineering Sdn Bhd, • Graduated : 2000 – Mould TechnologyBackground : • Entrepreneur – Taking a leading role in his family manufacturing business. Training for Advanced Technology
    31. 31. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology Biodata Name : •MR REGIS POA GEK CHUA Current • SystemDesignation : Engineer, Siemen s Malaysia Sdn Bhd • Graduated : 2005 – Electronics & Information Technology • Jan 2006 – Dec 2007 : ServiceBackground : Technician, KOBE Precision Technology Sdn Bhd. • Jan 2008 – May 2009 : Product Engineer, Industrial Automation (M) Sdn Bhd. • June 2009 – Present : System Engineer, Siemens Malaysia Sdn Bhd. Training for Advanced Technology
    32. 32. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology Biodata • MR ROGY ROTH STEWARD @ JAMES Name : PANG Current • Field SpecialistDesignation : Engineer, Schlumb erger WTA (M) Sdn Bhd • Graduated : 2005 – Electronics & Information Technology • Jul 2005 – Dec 2008: Field SpecialistBackground : Technician, Schlumberger WTA (M) Sdn Bhd. • Jan 2009 – Present: Field Specialist Engineer, Schlumberger WTA (M) Sdn Bhd. Training for Advanced Technology
    33. 33. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology Biodata •MR AZAM KONG CHUNG POH Name : Current • System Engineer, Emerson ProcessDesignation : Management (M) Sdn Bhd • Graduated : 1999 – MechatronicsBackground : • Jan 2000– Present : System Engineer, Emerson Process Management (M) Sdn Bhd. Training for Advanced Technology
    34. 34. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology Biodata Name : • DR JAMES J. GOVINDASAMY Current • Head OfDesignation : Engineering, DSM Engineering, Asian Supply Chain • Graduated : 1995 – Mechatronics • Sept1995 – July 1997 : B Eng (Hons) MechatronicsBackground : Engineering, Middlesex University, UK • Oct 2001 – Oct 2004 : Doctorate in Control Engineering, University Belfast UK Training for Advanced Technology
    35. 35. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d TechnologyGerman A-Level Preparatory Program (GAPP)
    36. 36. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology University of Applied Sciences (FH) Requirements & Qualifications GMIGerman Malaysian Institute
    37. 37. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology Population of German A-Level PreparatoryNRW Students in Germany Hessen(12) (5) HESSEN NORDRHEIN-WESTPHALIA Bavaria (15)BW(14) 400 BADEN WURTTEMBERG BAVARIA
    38. 38. Tra i ni n g for Adv anc e d Technology

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