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Pre-employment VET Provision : Korean Experiences

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Frame of Image tion → Increased Demand for Secondary Education · SSA: 72% in 1990 → 82% in 2000 → 101% in 2010 - Help Individuals Achieve Gainful Employment and Support a Country’s Economic Growth
à Increase in Policy Interest in Pre-employment VET to Cope With the Challenges
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Reasons for the Provision and Expansion of Pre-employment VET
— To Absorb Demand for Secondary Education — To Supply Skilled Workers & Technicians — To Solve Unemployment Problems of Youths and the Disadvantaged — To Provide a Venue for Less Academically-inclined Students to Stay in School and Learn Marketable Skills — To Curb Excessive Future Demand for Higher Education
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2 Key Policy Issues on Pre-emp. VET
— Relative Effectiveness of Different Modes of VET Delivery
- School, Vocational Training Institute, and Employer: Which one is more Efficient?
— Relative Efficacy of Vocational Education to G.E.
- From What Level of Schooling Should Vocational Education be Provided and by How Much?
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1. Relative Effectiveness of Different Modes of VET Delivery
School-based VET Pros - Suitable for Acquiring Basic/Core Competencies - More Flexibilities and Advantages of Diverse Choice of Jobs - High Cost of Facilities & Equipment - Supply-driven: Low Relevance to Labor Market Skill Demand V.T.I.-based VET Workplace-based VET - Provides Job- Most Efficient and specific Skills in Effective to Keep up more Efficient and with Rapidly Flexible Ways Changing Skill - Relatively Closer to Demand Industry - Demand-driven - Inappropriate fo


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Title Pre-employment VET Provision
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Sub Title

Korean Experiences

Project Category Capacity Building Workshops
Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Paik, Sung Joon

Publisher

[Seoul]:KDI School of Public Policy and Management

Date 2012-07
Event

Vocational Training and Economic Development

Project Capacity Building Workshops
Pages 33
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Social Development < Education
Holding KDI School of Public Policy and Management