MoLHR conducts TVET action plan program
Ministry of Labour and Human Resources (MoLHR) with collaboration of Colombo Plan Staff College (CPSC) Philippines conducted program on TVET, the path way to sustainable development on 21 October, 2016.
In-Country program on Technical and Vocational Educational and Training (TVET), provides the system of holistic approach in development process.
A week long program was aimed to help the participants to develop green TVET curriculum, whereby to have skilled labour and reduction of gas emission. It is also to fulfill its endeavor and benefit member countries in strengthening TVET system contributing towards member country’s socio-economic develop- ment.
The main goal of the program is to enhance the capacity of the participants, ensuring continuous improvement by internalizing and later implementing sustainable development concepts and processes.
Director of the Department of Human Resources, Kinley Wangdi said that there has been number of prolonged of problem of skills gab between demand and supply of human resources.
He said that one of the main hindrances in the private sector development has been shortage of skilled of human resources. “Developing indigenous human resources has become a priority to achieve sustainable socio-economic development,” he added.
Professor Pramod B Shrestha, a resource person, said the biggest plan with millions of investment usually fail in the implement process. It also expects to help participants to develop a small action plan to implement in their own institute.
The concept of 1+1=0 where one youth will be provided skills results in zero dependency in future of TVET sector in Bhutan.
Professor said, “We should respect TVET where by indirectly respecting to students, teachers and inspectors.”
A week long program covered how to develop current processes of TVET for sustainable development, understand the concept of social and technical entrepreneurship to promote ecofriendly technology action based on development plan for integrating sustainable development in TVET system.
Lyonpo Ngeema Sangay Tshempo, MoLHR, graced the closing ceremony and the program saw more than 30 participants from private and public institutions.