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Date 2015
Language Korean
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Subject Social Development < Education

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A. Korea-Germany Public Vocational Training Center



##3D_LAYER##Korea-Germany Public Vocational Training Center##3D_TEXT:1) Ra and Kang. (2012). "Chapter 2 (Section 1.2.5): Expansion of Public Training Facilities with Assistance from International Organizations and Advanced Countries", in Vocational training system for a skilled workforce. KSP Module.##3D_LINK:https://www.kdevelopedia.org/Resources/social-development/vocational-training-system-skilled-workforce--04201210100122122.do?fldIds=TP_SOC|TP_SOC_EM#.VnoOsuasVHV##3D_TEXT:2) K-developedia: Technical assistance for vocational training from Germany.##3D_LINK:https://www.kdevelopedia.org/Development-Overview/all/technical-assistance-vocational-training-germany--201412070000361.do?fldRoot=TP_ODA&subCategory=TP_ODA_SI##3D_LAYER_END####3D_LAYER##[1]##3D_TEXT:Refer to footnote 2 in Sub-theme 1 "Initial Vocational Education and Training Policy".##3D_LAYER_END## in Pusan is an exemplary case that shows how a developing country can utilize financial and technical assistance from advanced countries to train skilled workers and trainers, develop VT curriculum, and consequently design a basic framework of a national VT system. During the 1970s, Korea established several public vocational training institutes with assistance from several advanced countries like U.S., Belgium, Japan, and Germany. These countries sent experts to Korea, provided training of Korean trainers in their countries, and supplied facilities and equipments for VT. Korea–Germany Public Vocational Training Center played a crucial role in supplying mechanics, welders, electricians, and sheet metal workers highly in-demand in the development period.



B. Jungsoo Vocational Training Center



##3D_LAYER##Jungsoo Vocational Training Center##3D_TEXT:Ra and Kang. (2012). "Chapter 2 (Section 1.2.5): Expansion of Public Training Facilities with Assistance from International Organizations and Advanced Countries", in Vocational training system for a skilled workforce. KSP Module.##3D_LINK:https://www.kdevelopedia.org/Resources/social-development/vocational-training-system-skilled-workforce--04201210100122122.do?fldIds=TP_SOC|TP_SOC_EM#.VnoOsuasVHV##3D_LAYER_END####3D_LAYER##[2]##3D_TEXT:Refer to footnote 2 in Sub-theme 1 "Initial Vocational Education and Training Policy".##3D_LAYER_END## is a case that shows vocational training system can play an important role in providing second chance to young people with middle school education and more who do not have skills and knowledge for employment. It was designed and established in 1973 with the government budget to provide vocational training to adolescents who failed to go to higher level of schooling due to the financial constraints of family. The center contributed to providing high quality skilled workers in the areas of lathe, welding, sheet metal, automobile repair, and milling.



C. Kumoh Technical High School



##3D_LAYER##Kumoh Technical High School##3D_TEXT:1) Kim, C.Y. (2011). "Chapter 20: Technical Education and Vocational Training - Establishment of Kumoh Technical High School (pg.429)", in From despair to hope: Economic policymaking in Korea 1945-1979. KDI.##3D_LINK:https://www.kdevelopedia.org/Resources/economy/from-despair-hope--05201202170066589.do?fldIds=TP_ECO|TP_ECO_GE#.VgTVctLtlHw##3D_TEXT:2) K-Developedia: Establishment of Kumoh technical high school.##3D_LINK:https://www.kdevelopedia.org/Development-Overview/all/establishment-kumoh-technical-high-school--201412070000360.do?fldRoot=TP_ODA&subCategory=TP_ODA_SI##3D_TEXT:3) [Video] Miracle on the Han River - (33:04) An interview with Kumoh school graduate.##3D_LINK:https://www.kdevelopedia.org/Resources/economy/miracle-hriver--02201303200125455.do?fldIds=TP_ECO|TP_ECO_GE#.VgTpJ9LtlHw##3D_LAYER_END####3D_LAYER##[3]##3D_TEXT:Kumoh Technical High School website (only provided in Korean)##3D_LINK:http://koths.school.gyo6.net/index/index.do##3D_LAYER_END## is a product of the government policy on specializing vocational high schools to respond to rapid increase in the demand for skilled workers with high level of competency in heavy and chemical industry areas. In 1973 the government designated 4 vocational high schools as mechanical high school including Kumoh vocational high school and further expanded the number of mechanical high schools. To these schools, the government invested much larger amount of budget compared to general technical high schools to accelerate the development of technical high schools.