Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:
|Other Titles:||A Study on the Current Developments and Strategies of Vocational Education and Training in Singapore|
Yea-Wen Kun, Hung-Shiang Wang, Su-Huei Chang
Department of Industrial Education, NTNU
This study focuses on vocational education and training in Singapore as the main argument subject, and investigates the vocational education and training development process in Singapore. To analyze the development of vocational education in Singapore how to meet the changing times, and cause the issues of school learning, vocational training and so on via the study of Institute of Technical Education (ITE). To understand various issues, and to prove the status of Singapore vocational education and training through literature analysis and field interview. The study finds that Singapore successfully created a unique dual vocational education system model according to the Germany vocational dual system. Singapore adopted legislative measures and the related plans to establish the pluralistic, multi-level, multi-category, both pre-service and in-service vocational education and training network. The recommendations are as follows: 1. To change people's perception of technical and vocational education and enhance resource input. 2. To implement the Technical and Vocational Education Act and the plans. 3. To root and forward the primary and secondary vocational education. 4. To shorten the gap and strengthen the cooperation between industries and schools. 5. To promote the elasticity of vocational education curriculum and instruction. 6. To construct the complete national qualification framework. 7. To strengthen the consistency of central and local policies.
|Appears in Collections:||技術及職業教育學報|
Items in DSpace are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.