Sustainability and Water August 12, Water tables all over the world are falling, as "world water demand has tripled over the last" 50 years. When these aquifers are depleted, food production worldwide will fall. Water tables all over the world are falling, as "world water demand has tripled over the last" 50 years. These aquifers are inexorably being depleted in ways that are "largely invisible, historically recent, and growing fast", and "the near-simultaneous depletion of aquifers means that cutbacks in grain harvests will
Under the Budget, the government will set up a TVET fund to create a more competitive environment as well as training programmes to fulfil industry need. Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng, who made the announcement in parliament, saidRM30 million has been allocated to this fund.
TVET programmes in the country are offered at certificate, diploma and degree levels by seven ministries that include the Education Ministry, which offers the most TVET programmes to the highest number of students.
Presently, qualifications for academic higher education and vocational education offered by universities, polytechnics and community colleges under the ministry are accredited by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency MQAwhereas programmes offered by skills training institutions are accredited by the Department for Skill Development of the Human Resources Ministry.
With a renewed focus and direction given by Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad to fulfil the national agenda of VisionTVET education strives to provide a skilled Malaysian workforce which can benefit the industry.
It is estimated that 98, students sign up yearly to enrol in TVET programmes at 34 polytechnic institutions in the nation. While the allocated sum for the fund was lauded by TVET providers such as polytechnics, community colleges and technical and vocational colleges as well as industry players, they also expressed their concerns.
Year after year, we are doing more with less budget allocation, spending more on operations and development. However, we also need up-to-date and top-notch equipment, facilities and machineries for the students. The department is aware that the industry must come first, hence it sets curricula that meet MQA requirements.
We need to value add our facilities and infrastructure. But it is an opportunity to work together smartly as one team with common objectives to come up with the desired programmes to meet TVET deliverables with the allocated fund. Apart from the restructuring and transformation of TVET training programmes, key stakeholders such as the government, polytechnics and the industry need to align and chart the way forward on areas of priority for the courses.
In my view as a technocrat, the key relevant industries in the current landscape and future prospects which are extremely important to the nation are oil and gas, renewable energy, construction, manufacturing of electrical and electronics products, automotive, aviation, plantation, culinary and hotel management.
The industry needs highly skilled TVET graduates with leadership qualities and a good command of English. TVET institutions must be equipped with the state-of-the-art technologies to expose both lecturers and students to the real world. The collaboration must focus on regular site visits and specific duration of industrial hands-on training, for example.
Living Skills in the 21st Century: Society and the industry have high expectations of TVET institutions. The younger generation is IT-savvy and this gives them the chance to work on the Internet of Things open source networking so the country can go global.
We also have a strong foundation in electronics and electrical and mechanical engineering to embrace the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
This transformation has promulgated a shortcut for students to get their diploma qualification at vocational colleges after they finish Form Three.
Indeed the expansion of the vocational stream in the education system has been practised in many countries as the number of students gets bigger in line with technological advancement and economic demands of a particular country. TVET also aims to produce a labour force competent in certain areas, hence internationalisation is one of the platforms to expose students and lecturers to the development of TVET abroad.
Recently a delegation from vocational colleges went to China to look into internationalisation programmes. China is also known for its product marketing activities with a practical strategy and this indirectly provides students a sense of entrepreneurship.About SpaceX SpaceX designs, manufactures and launches advanced rockets and spacecraft.
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