Strengthened partnership between the Colombo Plan Staff College for Technician Education (CPSC) and Korea University of Technology and Education (Korea Tech) led to the implementation of the 4th Special Internship Program for Korea Tech students from July 2 to 19, 2012 at CPSC,…
A quality assurance system will be very useful to various stakeholders of TVET institutions comprised of students, parents, employers and national and international funding agencies. Thus, there is a pressing need to train senior academicians and administrators of TVET institutions on the systems…
Marking third CPSC program in Afghanistan, CPSC partnered with the National Skills Development Program, Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs, Martyrs and Disabled (MoLSAMD), Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, and Deutsche Gessellschaft für Internatiole Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) Gmbh, Germany in organizing the In-Country Program on Academia-Industry…
Mr. Mohammad Atwar Rahman, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Education of Bangladesh (2nd fr. left), receives token of appreciation from Engr. Md. Jahangir Alam, CPSC Faculty Specialist, looking on are Dr. Khan Rezaul Karim, Director (VOC), DTE (first from left), and Prof. Md. Abul…
The In-Country Program on Developing E-Learning Contents in TVET, a collaboration among CPSC, Fiji's Ministry of Education (MOE) and Public Service Commission (PSC) was held from April 10 to 14, 2012 at the University of South Pacific (USP) in Suva, Republic of Fiji.…
Nepal’s Education Minister Hon. Mr. Dinanath Sharma (4th fr. R) lights the panas during the program’s inaugural ceremonies, witnessed by (fr. right to left) the CPSC Director General, Dr. Mohammad Naim Yaakub, Dr. Gopal Khanal, CTEVT Vice-Chairman with other Nepal officials.The CPSC-CTEVT (Council…
One of the many initiatives in Thailand to improve quality and relevance of TVET programs to the world of work is to develop entrepreneurial education in TVET to reduce dependency on work provided by others. In view of this, the Royal Thai government…
In full swing since it was launched in 2010, the Skills Development for Poverty Alleviation project (SDPA Project), a project under the CPSC-India initiative on Asia-Pacific Capacity Building Project for Technical Human Resources Development for Poverty Alleviation, had been on its sixth special…
In continuous effort to extend assistance to CPSC member countries in developing their TVET institutions and enhance their visibility to the local stakeholders, CPSC, in cooperation with the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), and the National TVET Teachers’ Training Academy (NTTA)…
The challenges facing TVET institutions, including considerations in the emerging factors such as increasing globalization, significant migration flows, increasing international labor market opportunities and the growth of international trade and services, has become more significant. In these increasingly significant challenges, quality assurance and…