Today, Singapore, 27 April 2017 - Career coaches and industry mentors, among others, to take part in initiative.
Bangkok Post (online), 24 April 2017 - The poor quality of education in Indonesia is constraining its growth and continues to a matter of concern, according to the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
The Jakarta Post, Semarang, Central Java, 22 April 2017 - Education and Culture Minister Muhadjir Effendy praised the Industry Ministry’s initiative of launching a vocational education program for Central Java and Yogyakarta, saying it showed the latter’s responsiveness in tackling the challenges of increased global competition.
ADB - 2017. This paper focuses on skill gaps in the construction industry in Papua New Guinea. On the basis of six case studies it also provides recommendations for policy makers, development partners, and other stakeholders.
Cedefop - 2017. This is an opinion piece by Antonio Ranieri, Head of Department for Learning and Employability at Cedefop. The post was published on Skills for Employment Knowledge Sharing Platform.
UNESCO - 2017. This publication is based on a two-year project to assess professional advancement policies and practices of higher education teaching personnel in Asia and the Pacific, launched by UNESCO Bangkok and ERI-Net. It provides a collection of case studies on academic promotion, highlighting promising practices and assessing emerging challenges in how higher education teaching personnel are recruited, evaluated and promoted in Asia and the Pacific.