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close this bookPolicy Development and Implementation of Technical and Vocational Education for Economic Development in Asia and the Pacific - Conference Proceedings - UNESCO - UNEVOC Regional Conference (RMIT, 1997, 520 p.)
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UNESCO UNEVOC Regional Conference 1996 - Conference Program

Monday 11th November 1996

Time

Theme

Title

Speaker


5.30 pm -
7.00 pm


Registration
- Help Desk



7.00 pm -
9.00 pm


Welcome Reception

Dr Adrian Haas
Conference Convener

Mr Qureshi
Specialist in Technical and Vocational Education,
UNESCO Principal Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok.

Chairperson: Mr John Bartram, Manager,
International Education
Adelaide Institute of TAFE

Tuesday 12th November 1996

Time

Theme

Speaker

Title


8.00 am -
11.00 am



Registration - Help Desk


9.00 am

Plenary Session

Vice-Chancellor
Professor David Beanland

Opening Session Welcome to RMIT

Chairperson:
Bob Bangay, Director (TAFE) & PVC (VET)



The Hon. Dr David Kemp
Minister for Schools, Vocational Education and Training

Opening Address

RMIT



Mr Qureshi,
Specialist in Technical and Vocational Education, UNESCO
Principal Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok

UNEVOC'S Focus and Approaches to Address in TVE in Asia and the Pacific


10.00 am

Foyer, Lecture

Coffee Break



10.30 am

Theatre




10.30 am

Plenary Session.

Mr Brian Stanford
Chief Executive
Dept of Employment and Training and Further Education
South Australia

Keynote Speaker:
Policy Development and Implementation of Technical and Vocational Education for Economic Development in Asia and the Pacific

Chairperson:
Engr. S.Z. Gillani
National Institute of Technical Education
Pakistan





Disc Leader:
Martha Kinsman, Acting Director Canberra Institute of Technology



Terry Moran
CEO
Australian National Training Authority

The Role of ANTA in the Formulation of National Strategy and Planning for Development and Delivery of TVE in Australia.

Rapporteur: Mr J. Bartram
Adelaide Institute of TAFE

12.30 am

Lunch Own Arrangements




1.30 am

The Role of Strategic Planning in TVE Development including the Impact of TVE on National Economic Development

Associate Prof. Abdul Manap and Prof. Mohd Nawawi Mara Institute of Technology, Malaysia.

Strategic Planning in a Technical Education Environment - A Malaysian Experience

Chairperson: Mr Abdur Rafique Director General Technical Education
Bangladesh



Dr. Steven Duggan, Victorian University.

The Role of TVE Development on the National Economic Development of Cambodia and that of the Greater Mekong Region Economic Growth Zone

Rapporteur: Dr Brian Jones Assistant Director Sydney Institute of Technology



Mr Achmad Suwarna Director, Technical Education Development Centre, Indonesia.

Skills towards 2020. A plan to improve & coordinate Skills Training in Indonesia.


1.30 pm -
3.00 pm

Emerging Direction in Training TVE Teachers and Trainers

John Harré
Director
Fiji Institute of Technology

The Situation in Fiji

Chairperson:
Ms Martha Kinsman
Director, Canberra Institute of TAFE



David Brook
Auckland Institute of Technology New Zealand

Dilemmas in the Pacific




Professor Jiro Yoshio
Tokyo Gakugei
University
Japan

Technical Education for High Tech Era


1.30 pm-
3.00 pm

Policy Development to Promote Industry/TVE Linkages

Subash Sukthankar
Principal,
Telikom Training College,
LAE, Papua New Guinea

Impact of Telikom
Training Centre on Economic Development of Papua New Guinea

Chairperson:
Associate Professor Chieko Mizoue Nagaoka
University of Technology
Japan


Policy Development to Promote Industry/TVE Linkages (cont)

Ms Madinah Hussin
School of Business and Management Institute Teknologi
Mara
Malaysia

Vocation and Technical Training, Retraining and Job Release agreements: Public Policy and Employers Participation in Malaysian Manufacturing

Rapporteur: Mr Saroj Devkota Council for Technical Education and Vocational Training
Nepal



Dr Alijufri B. Syarif
FPTK IKIP Padang
Indonesia

Vocational Education: The Indonesian Experience


1.30 pm-
3.00 pm

The Relationship of Labour Market Planning and Research in Development of TVE Policy

and

Broader Issues in TVE

Prof Dr. Nguyen Viet Su, Director Centre for Vocational and Technical Secondary Education Vietnam

Policy Development to Promote Linkage between Labour Market Planning and TVE Research in Vietnam

Chairperson: Mr Derek McCormack Director Auckland Institute of Technology
New Zealand

Rapporteur: Ms Vinita Aggarwal Deputy Secretary Dept of Education
India



Dr William Hall, National Centre for Vocational Education Research S.A.

Essential Concepts for VET Regional Development.




Dr Mohd. Ibrahim Nazri Faculty of Education Studies Universiti Pertanian Malaysia

The current Status of Offering Vocational Elective Subjects in Malaysian Secondary Academic Schools.




Dr Charles Tandy Tun Hussein On Institute of Technology Johor Malaysia

Educational Philosophy, Technical and Vocational Education and Social-Economic Development


3.00 pm -
3.15 pm

Coffee Break




3.15 pm -
4.45 pm

Role of Strategic Planning in TVE

Dr Ross Harrold University of New England NSW
AND
Mr K.K. Wong Centre for Academic Development Deakin University Vic

Planning and Provision of TVE in Rapidly Changing Economies: The Case of Hong Kong

Chairperson: Engr. S.Z. Gillani Director National Institute of Education
Pakistan

Rapporteur: Dr Brian Jones Assistant Director Sydney Institute of Technology



Ms Chieko Mizoue Associate Professor Nagaoka University of Technology Japan

Technical and Vocational Education: Toward Economics


3.15 pm -
4.45 pm

Emerging Directions in Training TVE Teachers and Trainers

Dr John Garrick & Clive Chappell, School of Adult Education University of Technology Sydney

Crossroads: Training Technical and Vocational Education Practitioners in Australia

Chairperson: Ms Martha Kinsman Director, Canberra Institute of Technology

Discussion Leader: Mr Leo Maglen Head, VET Training
University of Melbourne



Mr John Wellings Griffith University Nathan Queensland Australia.

History of the Preparation of Teachers for Vocational Education and Training at Griffith University


3.15 pm -
4.45 pm

Policy Development to Promote Industry/TVE Institutional Linkages

Mr MA Liu Jiantong Vice-Director Dept Vocational-Technical Education China

Deirdre Jackson Manager Industry Training Services RMIT

Linkages of TVE and Industry should be Strengthened

Delivering Training to Industry through the National Consortia Model: A Case Study

Chairperson: Mr Derek McCormack Director Auckland Institute of Technology
New Zealand

Rapporteur: Mr John Bartram, Assistant Director
Adelaide Institute of TAFE

3.15 pm -
4.45 pm

Development of Policies to Promote Articulation

Abdur Rafique Directorate of Technical Education Bangladesh

Restructuring of Secondary Education for Articulation of TVE with the Branches of the Education System in Bangladesh.

Chairperson: Mr John Gallagher DEETYA
Canberra

Rapporteur: Ms Vinita Aggarwal
Deputy Secretary
Dept of Education
India



Dr Adrian R. Haas Associate Director International Programs RMIT

Articulation and other Factors affecting Status -Implications for Policy Development of TVE.


3.15 pm-
4.45 pm

Acceptance of TVE Qualification and Mutual Recognition on a Regional Basis

Felicity Simmons Director Education and Training Solutions ACT

The Role of the Evidence Guide in Assessment -Achieving Quality and Assurance and Consistency in Implementation of National TVE Standards

7.00 pm

Conference Dinner

Mr Bob Bangay Director (TAFE) & PVC (VET) RMIT

Entertainment: Strapbox Flyers Performing Arts School Box Hill TAFE

Chairperson: Dr Adrian R. Haas Conference Convenor

Wednesday 13th November 1996

Time

Theme

Speaker

Title


8.00 am-
11.00 am

Registration
- Help Desk




9.00 am-
10.00 am

Policy Development for TVE

Plenary Session

Engr. S.Z. Gillani Director National Institute of Education Pakistan

Chairperson: Dr Brian Jones Assistant Director Sydney Institute of Technology


Policy Development to Reform TVE in Korea


Dr Suk Min Chang Director General Korean Educational Development Institute

Discussion Leader: Mr John Bartram, Assistant Director Adelaide Institute of TAFE

10.00 am
10.30 am

Coffee Break





Development of Policies for Provision of Quality TVE Programs

Mr Michael Commins Assistant Director General Policy and Review Branch, AusAID

Technical and Vocational Education in the AusAID Program

Chairperson: Dr Adrian R. Haas Conference Convenor

Rapporteur: Ms Vinita Aggarwal Deputy Secretary Dept of Education
India



Mr Booncho Moonpinit Director Planning Div Dept Vocational Education, Thailand

Development of Policies for the Provision of Quality TVE Programs in Thailand




Mr Keith Linard Senior Lecturer Australian Defence Force Academy
AND
Mr Chris Long Faculty of Engineering and Construction Canberra Institute of Technology

Quality Management of the Training System (Lotus Notes Groupware versus the Paper Rat Race)



Policy Development and Implementation to address the TVET needs of Disadvantaged Groups

Mr Saroj Devkota
Vice-Chairman Council for TVET Nepal

Policy Development and Implementation to address the TVET needs of Disadvantaged Groups

Chairperson: Mr John Bartram, Manager, International Education Adelaide Institute of TAFE



Marilyn Bernard NSW Assessment Centre for Vocational Education

Reasonable Adjustments and Assessment



Mr Derek McCormack Director Auckland Institute of Technology New Zealand

Maori in Education: Partnership versus Disadvantage



Policy Development to Encourage the Integration of Training in the Informal Sector

Ms Margaret Ryan Director, Strategic Planning, Dept of Training and Education Co-ordination

Informal Training in the Workplace - A Multi Billion Dollar Industry

Rapporteur: Martha Kinsman, Acting Director Canberra Institute of Technology

10.30 am
12.30 pm

Broader Issues in TVE

Dr Gerald Burke Centre for Economics of Education Training Monash University

Public Expenditure on Education and Training in Australia

Chairperson: Engr. S.Z. Gillani National Institute of Technical Education Pakistan Rapporteur: Mr J. Bartram Adelaide Institute of TAFE

10.30 am
12.30 pm

Broader Issues in TVE

Mr John Freeland University of Technology Sydney
AND
Ms Thanh Bin Vu Ministry of Education and Training Vietnam

Socialist Command to Market Socialism: Transforming and Renovating the Vietnamese Vocational Education and Training System




Leonie Wheeler Flexible Learning Unit RMIT

Pilot TAFE Accreditation Courses on the Internet


12.30 pm
1.30 pm

Lunch Own Arrangements




1.30 pm
4.30 pm

Industry Visit

Ericsson P/L & Australian Electronics Development Centre

OR

& VISY (formerly PRATT Industries)




5.00 pm

Evening - Own Arrangements




Thursday 14th November 1996

Time

Theme

Speaker

Title


8.30 am -
9.30 am

Closed Meeting: Planning Meeting Closing Plenary Session

- Steering Committee
- Plenary Session Panel
- Discussion Leader



9.30 am-
10.00 am

Morning Tea/Coffee




10.00 am
12.00 pm

Closing Plenary Session/ Conference Resolutions

Mr M.A. Qureshi
Professor Jiro Yoshio
Ms Vinita Aggarwal
Mr Abdur Rafique
Ms Martha Kinsman


Chairperson: Mr Bob Puffett Director Sydney Institute of Technology

Discussion Leader: Engr. S.Z. Gillani National Institute of Technical Education
Pakistan

12.05 pm

Conference Photo Session




1.00 pm
3.00 pm

Closing Luncheon

'The River' - Southgate



3.30 pm
6.30 pm

Sight Seeing Tour
- Melbourne Sights




Friday 15th November 1996

Time

Theme

Speaker

Title


9.00 am
-1.00 pm

Closed Session
- UNESCO National Delegates

- Recommendations Preparation




1.00 pm

Lunch

The River - Southgate