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A Framework for Sustainable TVET Public Private Partnerships in Cambodia

— theme: TVET status
— country: Cambodia
— type: Reports

ILO - 2010. "The report acknowledges the difficulties of moving from a traditional supply driven TVET system to a demand driven system. It is a slow process involving many different stakeholders and must be managed and implemented in phases. It involves a paradigm shift from what the institute and teachers can provide and how to attract students, to, what does industry need and how can this be best achieved? This report attempts to provide some pragmatic first steps to move forward."

Author/Editor
. Belinda Smith-Comyn, International Consultant (ILO)
Publishing Year
2011

To ensure the relevance of TVET systems, involvement of industry and other stakeholders, necessitates facilitation throughout the development of all key features of that system. Within a developing country context the introduction of technical vocational education and training (TVET) faces a wealth of challenges, encompassing infrastructure deficiencies, industry relevance, professional development needs, quality assurance, low status and governance. Phase one of TVET reform, in a developing country, usually focuses on increasing access, while the second phase usually functions to improve quality. A major keystone in the improvement of TVET quality is industry relevance. Industry relevance can be used as an input measure (industry developed competency standards and curriculum) and as an output measure (graduate destination) of a TVET quality system.

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