TESDA, DepEd host 4th HOM on SEA TVET

TESDA

NEWS RELEASE

04 September 2018

 

TESDA, DepEd host 4th HOM on SEA TVET

Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) Director General, Secretary Guiling “Gene” A. Mamondiong will lead the opening of the 4th High Officials Meeting (HOM) on Southeast Asia (SEA) Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) which is being held in the country on September 4-5.

Mamondiong says that the meeting is being attended by 180 participants composed of officials of the Ministries of Education, Ministries of Labor and Training, Ministries of Science and Technology, Ministries of Higher Education, and other Ministries from 11 Southeast Asian countries and other development agencies, and partners outside the region.

Organizing the HOM on SEA-TVET with TESDA is the Department of Education (DepEd) with the support of the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO) and its centers which include the SEAMEO Voc-Tech Regional Center, SEAMEO-Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), and SEAMEO Regional Center for Educational Innovation and Technology (Innotech).

The 11 member-countries of the SEA are Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Timor Leste and Vietnam.

The 4th HOM on SEA-TVET which carries the theme “Moving Together Towards TVET 4.0” is being held at Philippine International Convention Center (PICC) in Pasay City.

Mamondiong says that the annual regional forum of TVET Policy Makers of the Southeast Asian nations tackles regional policy directions aimed at improving TVET Education in the region.

The TESDA chief also says that the 4th HOM on SEA-TVET aims to focus on regional initiatives, and discuss the policies and TVET education components such as policy, curriculum and teaching pedagogies, and TVET personnel, that will accelerate the Southeast Asian countries to leverage their TVET education for the Industry 4.0 Revolution.

The goals of the regional forum include discussions on the importance of TVET from 2017-2018, find ways and measures to improve regional cooperation for the region; and discuss plans of national and regional TVET initiatives to improve the response among member countries to the changes which will be brought by Industry 4.0 and eventually increase the quality of TVET.

The inaugural HOM on SEA-TVET was held in Bangkok, Thailand on Aug. 23-26, 2015 in Bangkok, Thailand.  The 2nd HOM on SEA-TVET was held in Bali, Indonesia May 12-14, 2016 while the 3rd HOME on SEA-TVET was conducted in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on May 23-25, 2917.

In those three regional forums, participants tackled the ASEAN integration, the hiring of skilled workers in the region, and the need to increase the quality of TVET in Southeast Asia.

These also aimed to study the regional policy directions in pursuing harmonization and internationalization of TVET institutions in the SEA region and other regions.

Since the first staging of HOM on SEA-TVET in 2015, various national and regional initiatives in TVET have been created and co-developed among SEA countries and development agencies.

The purpose of these TVET initiatives include the improvement of quality of TVET, promotion of partnerships among TVET institutions, strengthening the industry’s involvement and participation, improvement of the capacity of TVET personnel, and promotion of the mobility of skilled workers, teachers and students.

Various activities have also been organized at all levels of TVET personnel such as policy makers, TVET school/college leaders, researchers, teachers and students.

At the 4th HOM on SEA-TVET, TVET High Officials of Southeast Asian countries are expected to make policy recommendations and approve the regional initiatives to be endorsed by the SEAMEO High Officials Meeting in November 2018 and the SEAMEO Council Conference, which will be hosted by the Philippine Department of Education in 2019.

Joining the event are representatives from partner countries such as the United Kingdom, Germany, and Japan, among others.

The partner development agencies which have also sent representatives for the event include the ASEAN Secretariat, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), Regional Association for Vocational and Technical Education in East and Southeast Asia (RAVTE) and Asian Development Bank (ADB), among others. (END)

 

 

TESDA

NEWS RELEASE

04 September 2018

  

TESDA, DepEd pinangunahan ang 4th HOM on SEA-TVET

Pinangungunahan ni Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) Director General, Secretary Guiling “Gene” A. Mamondiong ang pagbubukas ng ika-4 na High Officials Meeting (HOM) on Southeast Asia (SEA) Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) na ginaganap sa bansa sa loob ng dalawang araw simula September 4-5 taong kasalukuyan.

Ayon kay Mamondiong ang pagpupulong ay dinadaluhan ng 180 kalahok na kinabibilangan ng mga opisyal ng pamahalaan na namamahala ng TVET sa 11 Southeast Asian countries kagaya ng Ministries of Education, Ministries of Labour and Training, Ministries of Science and Technology, Ministries of Higher Education, mga development agencies at iba pang mga katuwang sa labas ng rehiyon.

Katuwang ng TESDA sa pag-oorganisa ng 4th HOM on SEA-TVET ay ang Department of Education (DepEd), at ang Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO) at mga centers na kabilang nito kagaya ng SEAMEO Voc-Tech Regional Center, SEAMEO-Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA) at SEAMEO Regional Center for Educational Innovation and Technology (Innotech).

Ang 11 SEA countries ay ang Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Timor Leste at Vietnam.

Ang 4th HOM on SEA-TVET na may temang “Moving Together Towards TVET 4.0” ay ginaganap sa Philippine International Convention Center (PICC).

Ipinaliwanag ng TESDA chief na ito ay isang annual regional forum ng mga TVET policy makers ng Southeast Asian countries upang talakayin at tukuyin ang magiging regional policy directions tungo sa pagpapaunlad ng TVET sa rehiyon.

Ayon kay Secretary Mamondiong, ang 4th HOM on SEA-TVET ay nakatuon sa pagtalakay ng mga inisyatibo sa rehiyon, polisiya at TVET education components gaya ng curriculum at pamamaraan ng pagtuturo (pedagogies), at TVET personnel na ang adhikain ay mapabilis at maipatupad ang sistema ng TVET sa Southeast Asian countries bilang paghahanda sa Industry 4.0.

Kasama sa mga layunin ng pagpupulong ay pag-usapan ang kasalukuyang kalagayan ng pagtutulungan ng TVET sa panahong 2017-2018 at kilalanin ang mga stratehiya upang mapaunlad ang regional cooperation para sa rehiyon; at pagtalakay at pagplano ng national at regional TVET initiatives na magpapaunlad sa pagtugon ng mga miyembrong bansa sa mga pagbabago dulot ng Industry 4.0 at maitaas ang kalidad ng TVET kaugnay dito.

Ang kauna-unahang HOM on SEA-TVET ay ginanap noong Agosto 23-26, 2015 sa Bangkok, Thailand.  Ang 2nd HOM on SEA-TVET noong Mayo 12-14, 2016 sa Bali, Indonesia.  Ang 3rd HOM on SEA-TVET noong Mayo 23-25, 2017 sa Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Sa tatlong pagpupulong na ito, tinalakay ang mga paghahanda o pagtugon sa ASEAN integration, ang pagkilos ng mga skilled workers sa loob ng rehiyon, at pangangailangan na mapaunlad pa ang kalidad ng TVET sa Southeast Asia.

Layunin din sa mga pagpupulong na ito na pag-aralan pa ang mga regional policy directions na magsusulong sa harmonization at internationalization ng mga TVET institutions sa SEA region at iba pa.

Simula nang magdaos ng kauna-unahang HOM on SEA-TVET noong 2015, iba’t ibang bagong national at regional initiatives sa TVET ang nilikha at magkaisang binuo sa pagitan ng mga bansa sa SEA at mga development agencies.

Kasama sa mga hangarin ay mapataas ang kalidad ng TVET, isulong ang partnership ng mga TVET institutions, palawakin ang pakikilahok ng mga industriya, mas pagalingin pa ang kakayahan ng TVET personnel, at isulong ang malayang pagkilos ng mga skilled workers, mga guro at estudyante sa rehiyon.

Iba’t ibang aktibidades na rin ang inorganisa sa lahat ng iba’t-ibang antas ng TVET personnel tulad ng policy makers, TVET school/ college leaders, researchers, teachers at estudyante.

Sa 4th HOM on SEA-TVET, inaasahang dito ay makabuo ng regional policy recommendations ang TVET High Officials ng Southeast Asian countries; pag-aapruba ng mga regional initiatives na ieendorso sa Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO) High Officials Meeting sa Nobyembre 2018, at ng SEAMEO Council Conference, na ang host ay ang Department of Education ng Pilipinas sa 2019.

Kasama rin sa mga lumalahok ay ang mga kinatawan ng mga katuwang na bansa tulad ng United Kingdom, Germany, Japan, at iba pa.

Gayundin, ang mga kinatawan ng mga katuwang na development agencies tulad ng ASEAN Secretariat, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), Regional Association for Vocational and Technical Education in East and Southeast Asia (RAVTE), Asian Development Bank (ADB), at iba pa. (END)

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