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Outcome and employability of public & private taining in Korea

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  • Outcome and employability of public & private taining in Korea
  • Kim, Cheol Hee
  • Korea Research Institute for Vocational Education & Training
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Title Outcome and employability of public & private taining in Korea
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Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Kim, Cheol Hee

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[Seoul]:Korea Research Institute for Vocational Education & Training

Date 2012
Series Title; No Conference Paper Series / 2012-7
Pages 37
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Social Development < Education
Holding Korea Research Institute for Vocational Education

Abstract

This paper will mainly look into the changes in the role of public and private training resulting from the global socio-economic changes, and also will suggest new development strategies and counterplans for the future. Recent advancement of technology is mainly skilled based and it is elevating the demand of skilled workers. The industry is in need of non-regular workers with high level skills and capacity to find solutions to new challenges.
To summarize, from 1970s to mid-1990s, vocational training was compulsory foster technicians in manufacturing industry; in 1995, support for workers increased through transition to employment insurance system; in 2000s, lifelong skills development system was established to promote support for vocational training throughout life.
To provide trainees with wider range of options the market needs expansion of Neilbaeum Card System, deregulation of training programs, promotion of competition within labor market through fluctuation of training cost support system, enhancement of training counseling and active circulation of information and contents. Some of the ways to increase the participation of the industry and local society are: enhancement of the Sectoral Council’s role, development of demand-based training programs, on-the-job training to reinforce work-based skills development, cultivation of skill brokers, and increase of support for on-the-job training in SMEs. One of the most important tasks is the establishment of TVET information network. From this information service, the users will be provided with latest information of job, training and employment. With expanding range of participation, these tasks will increase the roles of private sector and private institutions with expanding range of participation, hence require systematic approach and participation.