Issue 4: Mitigating TVET quality and standards as a basis for harmonising its systems at the national and regional levels

Paryono, Georg Spoettl, Phil Loveder & Chin Wei Keh

Paryono Paryono

SEAMEO VOCTECH Brunei

Georg Spöttl

University Bremen / Steinbeis Transfer Center

Wei Keh Chin

Institute of Brunei Technical Education

Phil Loveder

National Centre for Vocational Education Research

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Issue 4: Mitigating TVET quality and standards as a basis for harmonising its systems at the national and regional levels

TVET@Asia Issue 4

Editors: Paryono Paryono (SEAMEO VOCTECH), Georg Spoettl TB, University of Bremen), Phil Loveder (National Centre for Vocational Education Research/ NCVER, Australia) & Chin Wei Keh (University of Brunei Darussalam)

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