TVET Institute Management for Global Competitiveness

Date: November 28-December 2, 2022 /
Program Type: Customized Program /

Objectives


Generally at the end of the program, the participants are expected to enhance their supervisory competencies and be able to:

  • Supervise implementation of quality standards and procedures
  • Facilitate the promotion of programs and services

Specifically at the end of the program, the participants will be able to:

  • Equip knowledge and skills to adapt appropriate strategies in managing TVET and formulate actionable plans to enhance TVET systems and processes in their institution
  • Promote technical cooperation among TVET institutions on the different programs related to Industry Revolutions 4.0
  • Identify the challenges encountered in each TVET institution in terms of management and leadership as they adapt the IR 4.0

Main Contemts


The delivery of the program design follows a spiral learning approach, begins with an overview of core concepts to be followed by progressively deeper application of the concepts and finally, a self-directed learning approach through action planning.

The main contents of the program are:

Special Lecture

  • Popularizing TVET: Concepts, Strategies and Mechanisms

Presentations

  • Presentation 1: TVET Institutes Management for the Global Competitiveness
  • Presentation 2: CBT Curriculum Approach in TVET
  • Presentation 3: CBT and Assessment System in TVET
  • Presentation 4: Developing a Curriculum Structure Integrating 21st Century Skills and IR 4.0
  • Presentation 5: Enhancing Employability of Youth for Global Citizenship
  • Presentation 6: Application of ICT and Digital Skills in Institutional Management and Teaching
  • Presentation 7: Developing ICT Tool or Mobile App for Teaching and Learning
  • Presentation 8: National Skills Information System, its Application & Benefits
  • Presentation 9: Digitization in MIS and M&E
  • Presentation 10: Excellence of Leadership for Change Management Through PDCA Cycle in TVET Institution

Expected Outcome

  • Manage TVET institutions effectively and efficiently with 21st century management competencies

Quality Assurance of TVET Institutions through Accreditation

Date: November 21-25, 2022 /
Program Type: In-Country Program /

Objectives

At the end of the course, participants should be able to:

  • Appreciate the need and importance of quality assurance;
  • Identify best practices in TVET Quality Assurance Systems member countries;
  • Comprehend the need and importance of National/Regional/International accreditation;
  • Gain insights on APACC accreditation as a continuous improvement approach to organizational excellence in TVET; and
  • Develop an action plan to prepare for accreditation

Main Contents

The main contents of the in-country program are as follows:

  • Theme papers:
    • Theme Paper 1: Organizational Excellence in Today’s competitive environment through Accreditation.
    • Theme Paper 2: Concept of Quality Assurance and Quality Standard in TVET
    • Theme Paper 3: National Accreditation and Certification systems and practices in India ( NBA / NAAC)
    • Theme Paper 4: Quality Assurance Auditing through APACC
    • Theme Paper 5: Issues and Challenges in Accreditation Process
    • Theme Paper 6: Innovative Approaches for stimulating Accreditation system in Technical Education in India.
  • Group Work Activities (GWA)
    • GWA 1: SWOT Analysis
    • GWA 2: Presentation: Case Study
    • GWA 3: Preparing Quality Assurance through Accreditation Implementation Plan
    • GWA 4: Action Plan

Digital and Infrastructure Transformation on Engineering, Design and Pedagogy in TVET: Smart City Transportation with ITS Model

Date: November 14-18, 2022 /
Program Type: Regional Program /

Objectives

  • To build the capacity required for operating and managing Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) in CPSC member countries with the experience and practices of South Korea and Busan
  • To facilitate interaction and discussion about how to utilize ITS in CPSC member countries for pursuing socio-economic progress

Main Contents

  • Online real-time lectures
  • Workshops with Busan's Experts
  • Country-based Analysis $ Discussion

TVET Strategic Planning and Experts’ Meeting for the CPSC Strategic Plan 2023-2028

Date: November 6-12, 2022 /
Program Type: Regional Program /

Objectives

The participants are expected to:


  • Comprehend the role and significance of a strategic plan in the development of a TVET institution.
  • Understand the role and significance of the strategic plan’s elements such as vision, mission, strategic goals, and objectives, and be able to formulate a draft of those elements.
  • Provide check-and-balance controls for the vision, mission, strategic goals, and objectives drafted by the NCW participants and ensure that the outputs that they will draft are linked with the previous findings.

Meeting/Workshop Strategies

To achieve the objectives set forth, the following strategies will be employed in a consultative nature:


Presentations on the following:

  • Introduction on the CPSC Strategic Planning Process
  • CPSC’s Strategic Plan 2018-2023, Highlights and Status Report, and Issues and Challenges for the Future
  • Summary of the Strategic Planning Survey Results: Performance, Program Needs Analysis, and TVET Trends
  • Outcomes of CPSC’s National Consultation Workshop (Vision, Mission, Goals)
  • Fundamentals of Strategic Planning in the Context of TVET
  • Best Practices in TVET Strategic Management: the Malaysian Experience
  • Country Paper Presentations on TVET Challenges and Approaches: Emerging Training Needs and Initiatives
  • Emerging Program Thrust Areas for the Next Five Years
  • TVET Strategies on Global Perspective
  • TVET and Digital Skills in the 21st Century

Exercises and workshops on the following:
  • Potential Programs and Expectations for CPSC in View of the Country Presentations
  • Analysis and Synthesis of the National Consultation Workshop Results and the Crafting of the Activities