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Philippines manpower our competitive advantage

Philippines’ MANPOWER –

OUR COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE

C. Quiason Sept. 2008


Philippines manpower our competitive advantage

Widening Gap

Technology

GAP

Development Rate

Academe

80s

90s

2000s

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Philippines manpower our competitive advantage

A Strategic Initiative

Advanced Research and Competency Development Institute

(www.arcdi.com)

owned and managed by

a private, non-stock, non-profit,

self-sustaining association

(Established: Feb. 2004)

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Philippines manpower our competitive advantage

Vision and Mission

VISION

To enable globally competitivePhilippine high-technology companies

MISSION

By providing world-class training and competency development support to Manufacturing and Research / Development companies

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Philippines manpower our competitive advantage

Strategic Partners

Network/Client Base

Fundng/Advocacy Support/Legislation

Industry

SEIPI/PHILEA

GOV’T

PEZA/DTI/DOST

Funding/Projects

SME/Course Design/Curriculum

R&D

Companies

Academe

ARCDI

Vendors

Training

Institutions

SME/Partnerships/Course Design

SME/Partnerships

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Arcdi today

ARCDI Today…….

Addressing the industry’s needs through learning workshops and web-based training courses in the following fields

  • ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY

  • PACKAGE TECHNOLOGY AND DESIGN

  • PRODUCT QUALITY AND RELIABILITY

  • MANUFACTURING PRODUCTIVITY

  • PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  • EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE

  • TOOLING AND METROLOGY

  • COMPUTER SOFTWARE

  • MATERIAL SCIENCE

  • TEST TECHNOLOGY

  • DIE FABRICATION

  • IC DESIGN

Northgate Cyberzone Convergence Bldg.

Alabang, Muntinlupa

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Course deliveries top 25

Course Deliveries (Top 25)

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Philippines manpower our competitive advantage

Key Thrusts

MANUFACTURING

(Assembly And Test)

HIGHER VALUE ADDED CAPABILITY

(R&D, Chip Design, PCB Design, etc)

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More Innovation required to improve productivity & product quality

We need to engage more on RD&E activities

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Industry academe cooperation

Industry-Academe Cooperation

  • Push-Pull: anyone can initiate

  • The more variety, the better (?)

  • Focus on Job Pipeline & Curriculum delivery support….. NO R&D

  • Actual Implementation scope varies by Geographic Location

  • Very few success stories published (?)

  • We need to be more focused & effective….

  • We need to act NOW

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A company s view to academe relations

A Company’s View to Academe Relations

Link..Collaborate.. Deliver

  • Strategic Objective

    - Talent Supply (availability & readiness)

    - Talent Quality (competency and FIT)

    - Alignment (Curriculum modification)

    - Community Relations (Corp. Social Responsibility)

    - Brand Management (Donations to Labs)

  • Methodology

    - Focus on Technology Priority

    - Formation of Academe Relations Council

    - Faculty immersion Program (in company)

    - Company projects (in school)

    - Joint Events (Community Projects)

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A company s view to academe relations1

A Company’s View To Academe Relations

  • Other Programs

    - Lecture Series (both sides)

    - Scholarship Grants

    - Joint programs with other institutions and community

    organizations

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The academe challenge

The Academe Challenge

  • Finding the right Industry partner (s)

  • Positioning the right initiatives to be able to “link” to any of the driving forces in industry

  • Manage the OJT program to really meet the purpose - the more integrated, the better

  • Embark on Path Finding initiatives with Industry to surface opportunities for R&D work

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High quality high impact ojt

High Quality, High Impact OJT

  • MOA between Academe-Industry

  • Should be >> 500 hours over a 0.5 to 1 year timeframe

  • Student assigned in a project endeavor

  • Student exposed to team development and management reporting exercises

  • Learning Log and assessment report required

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Need to break new ground on r d collaboration

Need To Break New Ground on R&D Collaboration

  • Historically, sporadic initiatives only on selected mfg. development projects

  • The ERDT Consortium Program is the biggest and strongest effort ever to leap forward and create the critical mass of MS and PhD. graduates so industry can engage in higher value added activity like Design and Development

  • Proliferation and long term success of this program will depend on how well UP, Ateneo De La Salle, Mapua, MSU, University of San Carlos, Central Luzon State University execute scholarship program and how linkages are forged with Industry on research projects.

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Curriculum enhancement proposal

Curriculum Enhancement Proposal

Option #1

“Insert” or “blend” Industry relevant workshop topics in EXISTING curriculum subject delivery to enhance preparedness of BSEE, BSChem, BSECE, BSME, BSIE students to some base knowledge required in the SEMICONDUCTOR and ELECTRONICS MFG. INDUSTRY.

Option #2

Offer all these subjects as stand alone elective subjects through enrollment in ARCDI to attain special certificates to be added as credentials for “employment readiness” in the SEMICON and Electronics Industry.

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Key courses subject mapping

Key Courses/Subject Mapping

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Program methodology scope benefits

Program Methodology/Scope/Benefits

  • Industry SME and Faculty develop complete subject content and instructional scheme

  • “team teach” method could be utilized

  • Students to be exposed to real life problem solving discussions and projects

  • Faculty has free hand in defining factory immersion activities

  • A sort of “community of practice” networking group is formed between Industry Players and academe players to better improve and enhance subject content and delivery technique.

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Issues and challenges

Issues and Challenges

  • “Train the Trainer” process (Industry to academe, academe to academe)

  • Start with Pilot program

    - Single University, selected tracks

    - Full Complement (all subjects)

  • Proliferate subject matter expert (SME) rapidly

    - More Industry SME deployed

    - Academe to replicate

  • Funding (DOST willing to help)

  • Need to obtain ratification from gov’t regulating institutions as necessary

  • Will be counting on PATE to serve as single point of contact and coordinating arm

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