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    1. 1. MY E-Edu Concept paper Dr Vaikunthan MBBS(Mal),AM(Mal),FRCS(Ed),FRCS(Glasg),FICS(USA), PG Cert Med Ed (Dundee) , FHEA(UK), MBA(USA),Dip Hand Surgery(Eur) Senior Consultant Hand Surgeon
    2. 2. 10th Malaysia plan • 100,000 school leavers after SPM every year • raise the skills of Malaysians by – access to quality technical education and vocational training; – Enhancing the competencies of tertiary graduates to prepare them for entering the labour market
    3. 3. Quality fit for purpose education • Improve perception of vocational and practical skills to attract more learners to expand skill set • Highly effective teachers using technology • Industry / community orientated and driven quality curriculum • Effective and efficient delivery of learning anytime anywhere and universally accessible
    4. 4. Research into TEVT SKILLS DEVELOPMENT IN THE WORKPLACE IN MALAYSIA PANG CHAU LEONG, Department of Skills Development, Ministry of Human Resources, Malaysia In collaboration with: RAJAMORGANAN NARUNAN, General Secretary, Beverages Industry Executive Staff Union, Peninsular Malaysia and SIMON SIM, Malaysian Employers’ Federation
    5. 5. Findings of research in TEVT • flexibility into skills provision • Modular training / competency based training • Nongovernment trainers, for-profit and nonprofit, are significant and growing part of TEVT.
    6. 6. The micro entrepreneur - informal sector • identified as a strategy towards vision 2020 • Other interventions are often crucial—credit, marketing support, and business advice • causes of small business failure are – 1) lack of knowledge about the business, and – 2) insufficient capital to sustain the venture through break-even and profitability
    7. 7. Entrepreneurship Training Collaboration • with master craftsman operating micro businesses • Neo entrepreneurs • the small business man
    8. 8. Low risk education • training for enterprises, and • private training provision Industry based training is largely self-financing, self-regulating, and cost-effective
    9. 9. LESSONS FROM ADB PROJECTS • linkages with industry • Entrepreneurship training, marketing, and business support should be designed and, preferably, managed by people with successful business experience and skills not civil servants. • Competency-based training • Private training provision of training resources. • Nongovernment training institutions and enterprises probably account for the main part skills development
    10. 10. Our solution our vision our mission
    11. 11. Vision
    12. 12. Mission
    13. 13. Challenges • Relevance – Industry stake holder driven curriculum – Competency based teaching – Worked based learning • Effective – On demand – Self paced – Asynchronous and synchronous – Modular and flexible • Efficient – Learning Management and Virtual Learning Systems and – utilizing reusable and learner friendly Sharable Content Objects – E learning and mobile with JIT learning strategy
    14. 14. Need • On demand • Flexible • Work based learning • Modular • Recognise acquired prior knowledge • Asynchronous learning • Cost effective • Scalable • Generic architecture
    15. 15. Experience SCORM Compliant learning objects LMS – Moodle – mbamedicine.actvemoodle.cpm VLC – Wiziq Video recoding of psychomotor skill
    16. 16. Project • Establishment of a customized state of the art web based platform to enable all stakeholders in education to communicate and collaborate for mutual value add • Enable stake holders to provide and receive education in a hassle free and accessible manner • The IT infrastructure and processes will provide connectivity and technology support to create, distribute, deliver, automate and assess, the teaching and learning experience • Develop and deploy customized Integrated Multimedia Skill Acquisition Kiosks or work stations for industry and educational institutions • Create, provide and enable the business processes to monetize the service transactions among stakeholders • Provide a secure platform for education and training to occur seamlessly
    17. 17. KASAAR EMPLOYERS LEARNER UNI & COLLEGES GOVERNMENT PUBLIC ACCREDITATORS TEACHERS CONTENT CREATORS
    18. 18. INDUSTRY SKILL NEED COURSE CREATION DELIVERY TO LEARNER ASSESMENT AND ACCREDITAION
    19. 19. • Where do you want to go – Learn – Teach – Create course – Be assessed – Assess – Accredit – Employ – Post learning need
    20. 20. Modules • Registration • LMS – Moodle – www.moodle.org • VLC – WizIq - www.wiziq.com • E learning authoring tools – Courselab, LCDS • http://www.courselab.com • http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/training/lcd s.aspx • Course creation and hosting - http://www.udemy.com/ • Video recording, rendering and archiving • Fee collection and payment
    21. 21. Finance • Estimated start up cost RM 1.5m • Time frame 6 months from funding • Funding for project – prime movers, savvy private investors, government, industry • Financing of learners – industry, HRDF, Self financing, EPF, Student loan, Unions, Government
    22. 22. The Team • Dr Azmil Vaikunthan • Mr P Deivendran • Mr Nanada • Ms Hazlisa Mohd Sabi

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