Date:Volume 3, 2017
Type:Research articles, advocacy, conference, theme papers on TVET
Countries:Germany, Malaysia, Kenya, India & The Philippines


Now on its third volume, the Scholarly Technical Education Publication Series (STEPS) is a testament of CPSC's continued effort to provide a venue for researchers and administrators to showcase their expertise in the field of TVET. Six authors from India, Malaysia, Philippines and Kenya, as well as from our organizational partner, UNESCO-UNEVOC, went through an arduous process of submitting and editing their manuscripts to conform to the highest academic and research standards that we expect for a journal like STEPS.


  1. TVET and Academic Education: A Blurring Distinction-New Opportunities for the Future
    Shyamal Majumdar & Volker Rein
  2. Role of APACC for Total Quality Management (TQM) in TVET
    Ramhari Lamichhane, PhD
  3. Online Learning for Sustainable Women Training: A Conceptual Framework
    Dr. Mamata Bhandar
  4. Community Attitudes towards Technical/Vocational Skills on Youth Enrollment for Skills Training: A Case of Youth Polytechnics in Kiambu County, Kenya
    Peninah W. Kamau, Dolphine O. Wanga & Castro N. Gichuki
  5. Vision for the Blind: Challenge for TVET
    Ms. Kanika Dhameja
  6. Portable Smokehouse and its Potential to Solve Problems in Community-Based Training in the Food Processing Program
    Rene J. Socrates, Eleonor H. Solomon, Rebecca A. EdaƱo, Lorizza Mae Posadas-Gacott & Jastine Espinas
  7. Non-Verbal language for Effective Teamwork in the Ship Engine Room
    Erdie P. Taganguin