|This event occurs in the past.|
|Date & Time:||10-Jul-2019 18:00|
|Location:||British Business Centre|
|Member Cost:||THB 400.00|
It took Thailand more than 55 years to become middle high income developing countries.
The contributions of vocational manpower have not been very high despite the fact that Thailand more than 850 vocational and related schools having almost one million students each year.
The public vocational school emphasized on technical or science and technology, and in the opposite private vocational school emphasized on non-technical areas. The majority of technical students enrolled in public schools accounted for 78 % or 350,000 students.
Majority of Thai labour market has low skills and low levels of education as well as low salary. Less than 64% received less than 10,000 baht a month.
Higher technical vocational graduate did not like to work in its professional caused shortages in this area of technical education almost 50,000 a year. Most of these graduates do not have competency as employers expected.
Come and join us to learn more about How Vocational Education can build the Nation by Dr. Yongyuth Chalamwong, Research Director for Human Resource Policy, Thailand Development Research Institute (TDRI)
Date: Wednesday 10 July 2019
Time: 6.00 - 8.00 pm
Venue: British Business Centre, BCCT Office, 7th Floor, 208 Wireless Road (Nearest BTS: Ploenchit Exit 5) (map)
Cost: THB400 for members. THB600 for non-members. Price includes drinks and finger food. Pre-registration is required.