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|Other Titles:||The Inspiration of Cultivation of Talent on Japanese Vocational Education System|
Department of Industrial Education, NTNU
With the global economy being in transition to knowledge economy, human resources have inevitably become a key to a nation's competitiveness in the world and consequently the cultivation of talents has become the utmost task for every education policy maker. This research uses document analysis method to explore the development of Japanese vocational education. The result indicates that the Japanese vocational education is comprehensive in essence with careful planning through step-by-step implementation within the educational system. Its ultimate goal is to establish organizational structures of career education, to coordinate domestic education resources and job market demand and finally in an effort to activate the dynamics of the enterprises. Vocational education in Taiwan is apt to be excellent in theory yet impractical, often resulting in a mere formality. There is only a weak link and coordination between the schools and the industries. This study, after summarizing and analyzing the current status of Japanese vocational education and vocational competence development, has concluded: 1. To promote career education, the integrated efforts from the industries, governments and schools are required to establish a training mechanism. 2. The government authorities need to join forces with each other and yet individually responsible for the administration of vocational education and training. 3. Japanese vocational education needs to emphasize not only the job site experience but also vocational competence development. 4. Strengthen vocational career education by cementing the industries and the academia（dual system and internship）. Focus on capability training crossing disciplines, and on character development. Foster career talents suitable for modern living as a long-term goal. Based on the above, the development and directions of the "Japanese vocational education" could well be an excellent reference for Taiwan's counterpart.
|Appears in Collections:||技術及職業教育學報|
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