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Demand Driven VET System for ASEAN Tourism. Professor Chris Cooper. Presentation. Education Systems in ASEAN The CBT approach Involving industry. Why is a demand driven system important. How do we partner with the tourism industry to achieve this?. Education Systems in ASEAN.

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presentation
Presentation
  • Education Systems in ASEAN
  • The CBT approach
  • Involving industry
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Why is a demand driven system important.
  • How do we partner with the tourism industry to achieve this?
education systems in asean
Education Systems in ASEAN

A wide spectrum of approaches is present with two extremes:

  • Educator supply-driven approaches; and
  • Industry demand-driven approaches
  • The CBT technology demands that the industry demand-driven approach is adopted – and can be used as a medium of change
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This will demand the integration of industry into education and training systems for tourism

Let’s examine the two approaches in more detail…

educator supply driven systems
Educator Supply-Driven Systems
  • The curriculum is designed, delivered and determined by the educator
  • It assumes staff are capable of understanding the demands of the labour market
  • To move away from this is both threatening - and expensive
  • Danger of education and training becoming increasingly less relevant
  • Threatens competitiveness of tourism
  • Industry not involved
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But…
  • There is nothing wrong with this approach if it is used to educate people about tourism for their general interest and awareness.
  • Where it is a problem is when it is used to feed employees to the industry.
  • In this case a demand driven approach is needed
industry driven systems
Industry-Driven Systems
  • The curriculum is designed, delivered and determined by educators in partnership with industry
  • Partnerships are valued
  • This requires a confident, secure and mature governance system, education and tourism sector
  • Assumes personnel on both sides are willing to work with each other and demands a shift in traditional thinking
  • Demands the establishment of industry standards
tourism cbt across asean
Tourism CBT Across ASEAN

A threefold classification of countries in terms of their adoption and use of CBT technology:

  • Users (CBT accepted)
  • Transitionals (CBT in the process of acceptance)
  • Non-users (CBT not yet accepted)

This means that the amount of work to implement a CBT system varies by country

so to summarise a spectrum
So to Summarise… A Spectrum

Supply driven

Demand driven

Industry partners

Government control

Users

Non-users

Transitionals

so why are we here
So Why are we Here?
  • This workshop is designed to facilitate the movement of ASEAN countries along the spectrum from supply-driven system to demand-driven systems
  • In particular this will involve partnering with the tourism industry
  • And the central use of the common competencies framework
  • Allied with awareness raising and training
  • To deliver a CBT approach
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Without the CBT approach, design and implementation of the MRA will be much more difficult
  • So what is required to establish a CBT approach across ASEAN?
  • Briefly recap the basics of CBT
competency based training
Competency Based Training
  • Based upon idea of using competency profiles to predict job performance
  • Disenchantment by industry with education and training
  • Pressure from industry to develop industry relevant standards and education
  • Knowledge economy and flatter structures
  • Globalizing HR
  • In tourism the need for HR for competitiveness
industry involvement
Industry Involvement
  • Vital to respect the views and expertise of industry
  • Industry is the end user of tourism education and training
  • HR must therefore be equipped with relevant skills and competencies to allow industry to perform and be competitive
  • Vital to build industry into the education and training system through partnership
  • Industry intimately involved in specifying competencies, content and assessment
the requirements
The Requirements
  • CBT must be linked to tourism policy and strategy
  • Identify competencies to predict performance in the workplace:
    • Motives
    • Traits
    • Self concept
    • Knowledge
    • Skill
  • Tend to focus on final two
profiling
Profiling
  • Determines unique set of competencies for a particular job function - such as say a waiter.
  • Can be done:
    • Top down; or
    • Bottom up
  • Bottom-up preferred
bottom up profiling
Bottom-Up Profiling
  • Broad competency categories
  • Specific competencies
  • Competency rating
  • Performance standards
  • CBT
  • Need to review and update
industry involvement in cbt
Industry Involvement in CBT
  • Each CBT element assessed against specified standard to be reached by the student. These standards are determined in consultation with industry
  • Industry is competent to assess - master and industry assessors in partnership with educators
  • Balances academic rigor with industry relevance
  • Driven by TRGs in a leadership role
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In other words, this is the way that standards are established and conformity assessment can be achieved for the MRA.
the medium for industry involvement
The Medium for Industry involvement?
  • Normally formalized in the form of a training board with representatives from tourism industry sectors, industry associations, government and education institutions
  • Provides the mandate and authority to develop CBT system for tourism
  • Our TRGs are embryo training boards
the role of industry
The Role of Industry
  • Industry role in developing a CBT system - profiles and assessment
  • Delivers materials and industry dimension for educators
  • Acts as a supportive partner
  • Awareness raising – workshops and training
  • Sharing good practice across ASEAN
  • Developing resources – kits, resources and web sites
  • Ensuring industry relevance and updates
the way forward
The Way Forward
  • For each ASEAN country the task will be different.
  • Important to learn from each other in socializing the Framework and integrating industry and education
  • Some models more appropriate than others in particular countries because governance systems for tourism and education differ
  • First step is the national workshops