Issue 15: Dual TVET systems, Employer Engagement and Modern Apprenticeship Schemes

Sven Schulte, Niwat Moonpa, Lai Chee Sern, Siriphorn Phalasoon

Sven Schulte

TU Dortmund University, Germany

Niwat Moonpa

Rajamangala University of Technology Lanna

Lai Chee Sern

Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia

Siriphorn Phalasoon

TU Dortmund University, Germany

Digital Didactics: New field in the Education’s Philosophy

Abstract Digitalization, digital economy is a concept that is linked in the world with the concepts of Industry 4.0 and “Smart Industry”. IT influences all spheres of people’s lives. In education, digital technologies are often seen as new tools for...

Localization of TVET Governance in Korea

Abstract This paper examines the process through which the Korean TVET system has been moving toward a decentralized skills development system, and explains what roles major stakeholders have played in this transition. Special attention is given to the roles played by...

Vocational educational science

1 Approaches to Vocational Educational Scientific Research The world-wide socio-economic processes of change such as globalisation, the information age and the changing environmental conditions have a considerable impact on our societies in terms of the design and...

Dual VET in Russia: progress, problems and perspectives

Abstract The topic of dual vocational education and training in Russia has become especially popular since 2013, when the project of the Agency for Strategic Initiatives (ASI), which was called “Training of personnel, which is meeting the requirements of high-tech...

VET in Peru – Dual model of vocational training in SENATI

Abstract This article provides an overview of the sustainable development of a dual VET model in Peru as an emerging country in the last three decades. Servicio Nacional de Adiestramiento y Trabajo Industrial (SENATI) is a private non-profit VET training institution...

Quality Assurance of Qualifications in TVET: Korea Case Study

Abstract Quality assurance of TVET in Korea has been mainly led by the government since 1960s and now this system is sustained by two quality assurance systems: National Technical Qualification System (NTQS), and Private Qualification System (PQS). Since 1973, NTQS...

Instruments to connect VET systems within the European Union

Abstract With the Lisbon (2000) and the Copenhagen Process (2002) the European Union set the goal to become the most competitive and most dynamic knowledge-based economic area of the world (Lisbon), inter alia through enhanced European co-operation in vocational...
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