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The role of the private sector in Skills Development and Employment to Thailand 4.0

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The 2016 Education and Skills Network meeting is jointly organised by the Department of Labour and Employment, Philippines, ADB, OECD and GIZ and the latter’s regional programme RECOTVET (“Regional Cooperation Programme to Improve the Training of TVET Personnel”), which aims at supporting and creating personnel, institutional and thematic preconditions for quality improvement and regional harmonisation of the education and training of training personnel in South East Asia over the next years.

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The role of the private sector in Skills Development and Employment to Thailand 4.0

  1. 1. 1 The Role of the Private Sector in Skills Development and Employment to THAILAND 4.0 Case study of RMUTL, Thailand Assoc. Prof. Dr. Numyoot Songthanapitak President, Rajamangala University of Technology Lanna (RMUTL) At Radisson Blu Hotel, Cebu, Philippines 10 October 2016
  2. 2. 2 Table of Content Thailand GDP Thailand 4.0 & WiL: SiF model Conclusion
  3. 3. Thailand GDP Source: World Bank, Sept.2016
  4. 4. 4 GOAL: Move Thailand from Middle Income TRAP (MIT) GDP per Capita at current price (US dollars)
  5. 5. THAILAND 4.0
  6. 6. The Necessities of Work Force Preparation o Rapid changes in the needs, technology, cost competitiveness,Rapid changes in the needs, technology, cost competitiveness, high turn-over rate of skilled labor in industryhigh turn-over rate of skilled labor in industry o Time consuming in nurturing a technician or engineerTime consuming in nurturing a technician or engineer o Utilization and Integration of the resources from outsideUtilization and Integration of the resources from outside 7 “Comments from BDI company”
  7. 7. The Role of the Private Sector in Skills Development and Employment to THAILAND 4.0 8 School in Factory (SiF): Bachelor of Industrial Education – Work-integrated Learning cooperative project with BDI company, STI and RMUTL PPP WiL: SiF
  8. 8. 9 CURRICULUM MAPPING and learning model planning between lecturers from university and professionals from company is a key element in SiF/WiL program StudentsWiL: SiF
  9. 9. 10 Mechanical Property of Materials WiL: SiF Program in BDI company; an autoparts &equipment manufacturing industry
  10. 10. 11 SiF students will work from 8.00-4.00 and study from 6.00-9.00 plus Sat and Sun. Learning outcomes (K S A) will be assessed by students, teachers from university, professionals from company. Competency-based learning is employed. New Model station Mold Station Die Casting Station QA station Maintenance station Theories subjects in Factory
  11. 11. 12 A professionally qualified technician is considered an important factor for the development of industry in Thailand. At present, the industrial sector demands more professional workers who are proficiently equipped with skills in TVET. In order to cater to the demand of the industry, it is then the duty of education institutions to educate young people in TVET skills. Towards Thailand 4.0
  12. 12. 13 BDI, STI and RMUTL has developed a participatory teaching program focusing on work-integrated learning (WiL) in the form of “School in Industry” or SiF. This model is believed to be able to develop human resources who are work ready for the workplace by utilizing “Tri-lateral Network Interaction Model” between university, business and government. Through SiF program, students have the opportunity to foster their practical training knowledge-based, manual- labour-based and professional emphasis.

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