ERIC Number: ED399366
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1995-Jul
Reference Count: N/A
New Technologies of Training for Technical and Vocational Education. International Expert Group Meeting. (Manila, Philippines, July 3-7, 1995). Final Report.
International Labour Office, Turin (Italy). International Training Centre.; United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization, Paris (France).; Colombo Plan Staff Coll. for Technician Education, Manila (Philippines).
This report describes a meeting of 31 experts who deliberated on the various aspects of new technologies of training (NTT) and their applications in education and training with reference to Asia-Pacific contexts. Chapter 1 describes the rationale, objectives, inaugural session, meeting agenda, and closing session. Chapter 2 summarizes the country presentations. Chapter 3 highlights global trends. Chapter 4 focuses on industries' perspective on NTT. Chapter 5 presents the two working groups' project proposals for a recommendation on how technical and vocational education and training in Asia-Pacific countries could be strengthened with the support of NTT. Guidelines for the introduction and implementation of NTT are also provided. Appendixes include the following: schedule;"Welcome Remarks" (C. K. Basu); "Opening Remarks" (M. A. Qureshi); "Message" (Richard Szal); "Inaugural Address" (William G. Padolina); "Closing Remarks" (M. A. Qureshi); "Closing Remarks" (Franco Campagna); and "Valedictory Address" (Erlinda Pefianco). The following presentations are also appended: "VOCTECH's [Regional Centre for Vocational and Technical Education] Policy on Vocational and Technical Education Development in SEAMEO [Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation] Member Countries" (Bernardo F. Adiviso); "The Directions of New Technology of Training in the UP (University of the Philippines) Open University" (Celia T. Adriano); "The Thai Educational System and the Ministry of Education (MOE)" (Sa-nguan Boonpiyathud); "NTT for Technical and Vocational Education: Trends and Needs" (Priscilla Cabanatan); "Expert Meeting on New Technologies in Technical and Vocational Education" (Franco Campagnal); "The Selection and Use of New Technologies for Technical and Vocational Training in Developing Countries" (L. F. Pau); "Issues in Assessing the Comparative Advantages of NTT in Terms of Cost-Effective Training and Vocational Education" (Betty Collis); "Telecommunication Supporting Distance Learning" (Anna Stahmer); "Trends in Training Technologies" (Albert Herremans); "NTT: Definitions and Current Experiences" (Paolo Cellini); "Training Technology and Telematics Round Tables (T3-RT)" and "CD-I [Compact Disk-Interactive] as Educational Tool for Developing Countries" (Willem Bulthuis); "NTT in Temasek Polytechnic" (Lim Kin Chew); "Advanced Systems in Education for Vocational and Technical Training,""World Leader in Educational Technology," and "Advanced Technological Systems in Education for a Market-Oriented Vocational and Technical Training" (Alessandro Gava); "Education Reform in Papua New Guinea" (Stewart Hall); "NTT for Technical and Vocational Education in Japan" (Akemi Kawafuchi); "Use of New Technologies for Technical and Vocational Education in Korea" (Byong-Sun Kwak); "Education: Catching Up on Technology" (Jose D. Lacson); "Trends in Computer Assisted Learning" (M. Radhakrishna); "New Training Technology for Technical Vocational Education" (Brian Stanford); "Status of Technical Vocational Education and Use of NTT in Pakistan" (S. Irshad Hussain Tirmazi); "Excellence in Technology Training through Partnership" (Chris Wong); and"Vocational Education and Training for the 21st Century: 'Strengthening the Knowledge and Information Base of VOCTECH'" and "Needs of International Cooperation for Developing T/LRs [Teaching/Learning Resources] Using Computer" (Jiro Yoshio). A "Directory of Experts" and "Profile of Sponsors" concludes the Appendices. (YLB)
Descriptors: Access to Education, Computer Assisted Instruction, Developed Nations, Developing Nations, Distance Education, Educational Quality, Educational Technology, Foreign Countries, International Cooperation, International Educational Exchange, Material Development, Open Universities, Technical Education, Technological Advancement, Vocational Education
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: International Labour Office, Turin (Italy). International Training Centre.; United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization, Paris (France).; Colombo Plan Staff Coll. for Technician Education, Manila (Philippines).
Identifiers - Location: Australia; Hong Kong; India; Japan; Pakistan; Papua New Guinea; Philippines; Singapore; South Korea; Thailand