SEAMEO TED hosted International Conference on Technical Education and Development 2018 (ICTED on Theme: “Technical Education in Southeast Asia: Better Skills and Better Jobs for SEA 4.0”

On the 26 October 2019, the International Conference on Technical Education and Development 2018 (ICTED on Theme: “Technical Education in Southeast Asia: Better Skills and Better Jobs for SEA 4.0” was hosted by SEAMEO TED of MoEYS with collaboration with SEAMEO Secretariat, and there was 55 participants who are experts from TVET Institution, MoE and education partners in the region, education officials, teachers, students, and local authorities. A number of reports and documents of practices of technical education of the countries in the Southeast were presented.
The main objectives of the conference were proposed to provide an avenue where leading names and experts in the academe, labour ministers, and industry leaders can present the current status of 21st-century technical education in their respective fields; to take stock of the best practices and lessons learned by stakeholders and interested parties related to 21st-century technical education; to present the document country reports on initiatives related to 21st-century technical education in the region and how much fares in comparison with the rest of the world, and to create a community of leaders on 21st-century technical education with the intention of further advancing such in Member Countries.

On the 26 October 2019, the International Conference on Technical Education and Development 2018 (ICTED on Theme: “Technical Education in Southeast Asia: Better Skills and Better Jobs for SEA 4.0” was hosted by SEAMEO TED of MoEYS with collaboration with SEAMEO Secretariat, and there was 55 participants who are experts from TVET Institution, MoE and education partners in the region, education officials, teachers, students, and local authorities. A number of reports and documents of practices of technical education of the countries in the Southeast were presented.
The main objectives of the conference were proposed to provide an avenue where leading names and experts in the academe, labour ministers, and industry leaders can present the current status of 21st-century technical education in their respective fields; to take stock of the best practices and lessons learned by stakeholders and interested parties related to 21st-century technical education; to present the document country reports on initiatives related to 21st-century technical education in the region and how much fares in comparison with the rest of the world, and to create a community of leaders on 21st-century technical education with the intention of further advancing such in Member Countries.

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