Role of Business Incubators in Encapsulating Sustainable Development: A TVET Perspective

Date: September 4-8, 2023 /
Program Type: Regional Program /

Main Contents

Special Lecture: Entrepreneurship in TVET Perspective

Theme Papers

  • Theme Paper 1: Technopreneurship and Correlation in TVET Sector
  • Theme Paper 2: Entrepreneurship as Startup Business Career
  • Theme Paper 3: Starting a Business and its implementations
  • Theme Paper 4: Incubation Process (Incubators and Implementation)
  • Theme Paper 5: Creating Effective and Sustainable Business Incubators-Way Forward
  • Theme Paper 6: Experiential Learning (Coaching and Mentoring) in Incubation

Workshop & Group Work Activities (GWA)

  • Workshop 1: Framework Model on Starting a Simple Business
  • Workshop 2: Preparing Effective Framework on Sustainable Business Incubators
  • GWA 1: Issues and Challenges in Entrepreneurship
  • GWA 2: Preparing Action Plan and Presentation by group

Instructional Strategies

The program involves different learning methods such as:

  • Theme paper presentations
  • Group Work Activities
  • Case Studies
  • Web-Based Teaching and Learning System through OnCOURSE
  • Action Planning


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

  • To help TVET faculty members and policy makers in understanding the unique challenges and issues posed by their respective national environment in attaining the sustainable development;
  • To understand the process of a business set-up and green entrepreneurship;
  • To orient the TVET faculty members and policy makers towards role of business incubators in achieving number of SDGs; and
  • To imbibe various aspects of establishing and managing business incubators alongside the business incubation process.

Capacity Building on Entrepreneurship Development as a TVET Goal

Date: August 14-18, 2023 /
Program Type: Customize Program

Main Contents

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

  • Theme Papers & Presentations on the following:
    • Presentation 1: Understanding Entrepreneurship Development as a TVET Goal
    • Presentation 2: Excellence in TVET and Entrepreneurship as an Added Road to Academia
    • Presentation 3: Designing Entrepreneurship Development Program in TVET
    • Presentation 4: Social and Rural Entrepreneurship
    • Presentation 5: Experience Sharing on Best Practices on Entrepreneurship Development in TVET in Some Countries in Asia
  • Exercises and workshops on the following:
    1. GWA 1: TBC
    2. GWA 2: Situational Assessment: a diagnostic framework on collaboration between TVIs and industry as added route to entrepreneurship
    3. GWA 3: TBC
    4. GWA 4: Action Planning on Initiating Establishment of Entrepreneurship Development Program in TVET Schools
    5. Action Plan: Presentation by Participants