Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO) is an international and intergovernmental organization, established in 1965 to promote regional cooperation in education, science and culture. To achieve this, it has established 26 regional centres with expertise in education, science, culture. Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization Regional Centre for Technical Education Development (SEAMEO TED) is one of the 26 SEAMEO centers, which is based in Phnom Penh of the Kingdom of Cambodia. It assists SEAMEO member countries in identifying technical education problems and finding alternative solutions for sustainable human resource development through technical education.
The establishment of SEAMEO TED is to support the SEAMEO priority area number 4 of the seven priorities (2015-2035), which is “Promoting technical and vocational education and training (TVET).” It was established by the Royal Government of Cambodia under sub-degree No 107 by the prime minister dated 27 June 2017 and endorsed by the 39th SEAMEO High Officials Meeting 2017 in Bangkok and by the 49th SEAMEO Council Conference 2017 in Jakarta. SEAMEO TED is under the umbrella of the Ministry of Education Youth and Sport (MoEYS) of Cambodia and SEAMEO Secretariat.
Guided by SEAMEO Priority No 4, SEAMEO TED is aware of the essential role of technical education in enhancing the capacities of people in Southeast Asia and addressing the increasing challenges brought about by the ever-changing education landscape, and the emergence of 4.0 Industrial Revolution.
Civil Engineering Open Course, to Sea Vocational Technical High School network on September 15, 2021
SEAMEO TED, Go Study and GTVTC co-organized a training course, Civil Engineering Open Course, to Sea Vocational Technical High School network on September 15, 2021 with 80 participants from the…