The First Learning Lab happening this October

   Posted on 05.10.2021 by SEA-VET Admin SEAVET ADMIN, UNESCO UNEVOC, BIBB, Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Germany, TPQI


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UNESCO-UNEVOC (2021) -  Held by Thailand Professional Qualification Institute (TPQI) and UNESCO-UNEVOC with support of Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB) and Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Germany is hosting it's first BILT Learning Labs this 19th October!

BILT Learning Labs is an opportunity for TVET stakeholders to explore specific 'Innovation and Learning Practices' from Africa, Asia-Pacific, and Europe. The Lab’s focus is on the transferability of practices.

Adapting and Integrating the ASEAN In-Company Trainer Standard in Thailand

Realizing the importance of quality in-company training, Thailand Professional Qualification Institute (TPQI), a public workforce development organization, integrated the ASEAN In-Company Trainer Standard into Thailand’s national qualification system.

Ms Jullada Meejul (Deputy Director General of TPQI) and Ms Siriporn Parvikam (Programme Component Manager of GIZ Thailand) will share their experience about this collaborative effort involving several large institutions: Thai Chamber of Commerce; Federation of Thai Industries; The Department of Skills Development in the Thai Ministry of Labor; King Mongkut University of Technology; Rajamangula University of Technology; Thai-Nichi Institute of Technology; German-Thai Chamber of Commerce and GIZ.

Existing training courses could be aligned to the ASEAN In-Company Trainer Standard (defined as a series of competencies). TPQI brought together local stakeholders to draft new competencies specific to Thai sector needs in alignment with other ASEAN Member States. This example shows the practical adaptation and integration of new competencies: what was done to adapt national competence requirements to international frameworks.

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