Documentation de projet
SABER Workforce Development Malaysia Country Report 2013
Date de publication: 13 sept. 2021
Source: Organisations internationales-World Bank
Malaysia’s technical and vocational training (TVET)1
program is born out of a combination of ambition
and necessity. The country has recorded impressive
economic growth over several decades, bolstering
ambitions that it should make the transition from
middle- to high-income by transforming to a
“knowledge (K)” economy. Vision 2020, announced
by then Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, was to
give substance to this plan. The need to make this
transformation was driven home by a deceleration of
this growth after the Asian Financial Crisis at the turn
of the century followed by the Global Financial Crisis
a decade later and has galvanized the country’s
leaders to action to bolster its human capital. TVET
can play an important role in Malaysia’s
transformation to a knowledge economy.
The digitization of TVET and skills systems
Date de publication: 21 août 2020
Source: OIT, Organisations internationales
This joint ILO-UNESCO report provides a global, high-level overview of how digitalization is affecting TVET and skills systems. It draws on consultations with key stakeholders in a set of countries and international organizations to provide insights into the nature and scope of digitalisation and how it is likely to affect the management, delivery, assessment and certification of technical and vocational education and training. The study draws on developments in Brazil, Ghana, India, Kenya, Malaysia, Malta, Mauritius, New Zealand, Slovenia, Turkey and the United States.
Upskilling SMES: How governments fund training and consulting. Comparing experiences from Asia, Europe and North America
Date de publication: 18 janv. 2018
Source: OIT
This study aims to guide policy-makers and programme managers of Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) training funding schemes through the difficult process of designing and implementing such a scheme. It reviews the set-up, funding and functioning of four established SME training schemes in Singapore, Malaysia, Ireland and the United States and highlights the differences in their design, and the pros and cons of different design choices. In particular partners of the ILO`s Sustaining Competitive and Responsible Enterprises (SCORE) Programme that offers a training and consulting intervention to the growing number of SMEs should be interested in this study.
Accelerating human capital development for an advanced nation
Date de publication: 26 août 2016
Source: Gouvernements
The development of highly skilled human capital is essential to helping Malaysia make the shift towards higher-value and knowledge intensive activities which are the hallmarks of an advanced nation. Investments in human capital are also vital to the improvement of personal wellbeing due to its many socio-economic benefits. To that end, under the Eleventh Plan, the Government will improve the efficiency of the labour market to accelerate economic growth, enable industry-led TVET to meet industry demands, expand lifelong learning for continuous upskilling, and improve the quality of the education system for better student outcomes. This document highlights Malaysia’s strategy to accelerate human capital development.