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TVET policy reviews of 8 Asian countries((2) 아시아 중점협력 대상국가의 직업교육훈련 정책자료 구축)

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  • Kim, Young-Saing; Chung Ji-Sun; Lee, Sang-Don; Lim, Young-Sub; Ryu, Ki-Rak
  • Korea Research Institute for Vocational Education and Training


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Title TVET policy reviews of 8 Asian countries((2) 아시아 중점협력 대상국가의 직업교육훈련 정책자료 구축)
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Kim, Young-Saing; Chung Ji-Sun; Lee, Sang-Don; Lim, Young-Sub; Ryu, Ki-Rak

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Seoul:Korea Research Institute for Vocational Education and Training

Date 2010
Series Title; No UNESCO Regional Center Project / 2010-6-2
Pages 670
Subject Country Bangladesh(Asia and Pacific)
Indonesia(Asia and Pacific)
Cambodia(Asia and Pacific)
Laos(Asia and Pacific)
Sri Lanka(Asia and Pacific)
Mongolia(Asia and Pacific)
Philippines(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Link
Subject Social Development < Education
Official Aid < Social Infrastructure
Holding KRIVET

Abstract

Urgency of cooperation in TVET in conjunction with globalization in economy and diplomacy such as FTA with EU, ASEAN and other countries has been intensified because human resources are the most valuable asset for economic and social development. The Korean government has emphasized the importance of cooperation between Korea and Asian countries and enlarged the Korea’s role to play in TVET development in Asian countries. Asian countries have recognized the role of HRD to play for national development, poverty alleviation and community cohesion. Thus, they are searching for the role model of HRD which they would follow. The Korean model of HRD would be a prospective model of HRD for Asian developing countries because Korea went through extreme poverty, destruction of Korean War and had to overcome lack of natural resource and becomes a leading country in Asia. Many Asian countries want to share the model of HRD and the experiences from Korea and other countries because they have lots of similarities. However, only little information of Asian countries’ TVET has been available. Lack of information is the most critical barrier to improve the cooperation between Korea and the Asian developing countries. The TVET policy of government is the centerpiece of the TVET information. Korean government has played governing roles of TVET development in providing framework for HRD development. In most Asian countries, the governments have most valuable human resources and notable abilities to make a difference. (The rest omitted)