Korean polytechnics ready to help Malaysia develop TVET
Future cooperation in technical and vocational education and training (TVET) with Malaysia has been in the books for Korean Polytechnics as they look forward to help further develop Malaysia's TVET industry.
Cho Sung Hwan, the director-general of Korea Polytechnics Education and Training Bureau mentioned that the Polytechnics are ready to help Malaysia establish TVET schools or develop their TVET system to keep it in line with the Industrial Revolution 4.0 (IR4.0).
His statement was delivered at a visit of a one-day internship programme under the 2019 Kwanhun-KPF Press Fellowship in Seoul.
The readiness for Korea Polytechnics to help Malaysia has been reiterated by Ahn Jongbook, Korea Polytechnics Industrial Partnership Department director/professor, who also mentioned their annual international technology volunteer programmes with Malaysian colleges.
The volunteer programmes involves students from Korean Polytechnics visiting colleges in Malaysia to share Korea's technical skills among the Malaysian students.
Moreover, Ahn Jongbook expressed the potential of developing language exchange programmes between the two countries.
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