introducing Department of Technical Education

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introducing Department of Technical Education
Ministry of Education
Brunei Darussalam
introducing
Department of Technical
Education
Outline Presentation
Introduction
to DTE and its
institutions
Programmes
and entry
requirements
Transformation
of Brunei
Technical
Education
Department of Technical Education, Ministry of Education
Introduction DTE and VTIs
Department of Technical Education, Ministry of Education
Historical Background
2013
- Transformation
Brunei Technical
Education
1991
1970
1977
1992
Formation
of
Brunei Trade
Darussalam
-Building
School
1985
2005
- Maktab Teknik 1995
Sultan Saiful Rijal (BTS &
2012
-Sekolah
Perdagangan
BTTC)
Brunei
Technical
Training
Centre
Sekolah
Vokasional
Sultan
Bolkiah
Transition
to the SPN21
Technical
Sekolah Vokasional
and
Vocational
Nakhoda
Education
Ragam School
- Sekolah Vokasional
- Government
Engineering
- Maktab Kejuruteraan Jefri Bolkiah (GES)
Council
Wasan
1975
1995
1985
2005
Year
1970
1993
1980
1990
1986
2000
2010
2004
- Member of WorldSkills
-Establishment of the Department of Technical - Pusat Latihan Mekanik (PLM)
Organisation
Education (DTE)
-Localisation of all programs where all VTIs
becoming BDTVEC approved centers
Technical and Vocational Institutions
New Education System for the
21st Century – SPN21
There are THREE main pillars
In the changes to the education system under SPN21
Education
System
Structure
Curriculum
and
Assessment
Technical
Education
WAWASAN
2035
8 Policy Directions In
Education
Strategies
(DRIVER)
MoE’s Strategic Plan
2012-2017
(DRIVING FORCE)
SPN21
(PLATFORM)
Aspiration
1. An Educated,
highly skilled and
accomplished
people
2. Dynamic and
sustainable
economy
3. Quality of life
Programmes Offered and
Entry Requirements
Department of Technical Education, Ministry of Education
Agriculture Studies
Aircraft Engineering
Building Construction
Business Studies
Computer Studies
Dress-making and Tailoring
Hairdressing and Beauty
Hospitality and Tourism
Electrical and Electronic
Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Automotive Engineering
Engineering-related
programmes
Science
PROGRAMES
OFFERED
UNDER SPN21
3 Levels of
Programmes
1. Diploma
2. Skills Certificate 3
3. Skills Certificate 2
Transformation Brunei
Technical Education
Department of Technical Education, Ministry of Education
Reality Check
2012 GCE O Level = > 6,000 students with 4
O Level or Less
For the next 10 = > 60,000 students with 4
O Levels or less
Unemployment (census 2011) about 14,000
- 18,000 people
GDP growth
(projected) = 6% annually
(actual)
= < 1.5%
Geopolitics: ASEAN Integration = 2015
(mobility of workforce)
STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENT
GCE 'O' Level 2008 - 2012 and projection
80.00%
66.31%
(4659)
67.41%
(5807)
70.00%
60.00%
66.70%
(4920)
65.68%
(4354)
y = 0.0011x + 0.6568
63.97%
(5675)
50.00%
40.00%
34.32%
(2275)
33.30%
(2456)
36.03%
(3197)
y = -0.0011x + 0.3432
30.00%
32.59%
(2807)
33.69%
(2367)
20.00%
10.00%
0.00%
2008
2009
4 'O' dan Ke bawah
2010
2011
5 'O' dan Ke atas
2012
2013
2014
Linear (4 'O' dan Ke bawah)
2015
2016
2017
Linear (5 'O' dan Ke atas)
CANDIDATES WITH 2
“O-LEVEL” OR LESS
2 "O Level" or less
4500
4000
R² = 0.8864
No. of Students
3500
3000
2500
2000
1500
1000
500
0
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
2 "O Level" or less 1211 1274 1215 1317 1404 3124 2975 2892 3078 3325 4015 4165
CANDIDATES WITH 0
“O-LEVEL”
0 "O-Level"
1200
R² = 0.9141
No. fo Students
1000
800
600
400
200
0
-200
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
0 "O-Level" 92 103 103 148 139 419 485 623 604 675 969 1136
SEEKING EMPLOYMENT PROFILE
14
Accessibility for skills Acquisition?
SEEKING EMPLOYMENT
Admission of students to VTIs
100%
80%
58%
(1913)
48%
(1438)
53%
(1461)
38%
(953)
26%
(669)
60%
40%
20%
42%
(1373)
52%
(1551)
47%
(1316)
62%
(1584)
74%
(1897)
0%
2009
2010
% di tawarkan
2011
2012
% di tolak
15
2008
Key Performance Indicator 2: Indicators on success and transition (c) “50%
of students in secondary schools progress to TVE”.
5000
4500
4000
3500
3000
2500
2028
2026
2020
2016
2014
2012
2013
2014
Technical/Vocational
2015
2016
2017
2012
2010
0
2008
500
2018
Year
1000
Total number of
50% of cohort
Secondary
students
7,724
3,862
6,844
3,422
6,589
3,295
Higher
Education
6,737
3,369
7,436
3,718
7,198
3,599
2024
1500
2022
2000
SEEKING EMPLOYMENT PROFILE
17
Aligment of technical education with industry requirement?
WHERE ARE THEY?
10000
9000
3626
8000
1882
1898
7000
1725
2302
1834
6000
VTI First Year
2490
2768
5000
2852
2825
Lower Sixth
2863
3638
Others
4000
3000
2000
4010
?
3589
2964
1000
3363
3163
2449
0
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
18
2007
Rationale for Change
Kementerian Pendidikan juga,
wajarlah menilai semula
kedudukan pendidikan teknikal
dan vokasional bagi
mempastikan pendidikan di
sektor in boleh menyumbang
kepada keperluan industri dan
pekerjaan anak-anak
tempatan
Titah sempena menyambut tahun baru 2013
Consultation
(Dr Law Song Seng)
1. DTE system established since 1993. World
has changed dramatically. DTE system no
longer relevant or responsive in a modernday competitive economy
2. A new system of governance required to
stay relevant and responsive
3. Need for strategic alignment with
education, economy and social aspiration
4. Key issue is addressing the needs of the
less academic students in schools
5. Need to respond to national aspirations
(SPN-21 and Wawasan 2035)
6. Need to focus on skills development and
alignment with national manpower needs
7. Challenge is to build a world-class postsecondary technical education institution
Documentations
1. White Paper
3. Constitution
2. Upgrading Plan
Area of Changes
1. Course Re-Structuring
2. Expanding Apprenticeship Scheme
3. More Progression and CET Opportunities
4. New Scheme of Service
5. Campus Development
6. Renaming DTE and Technical Colleges
1. Course Restructuring
National Technical
Education
Certificate (NTec)
2 levels of
programmes
Duration: 1 or 2
years depending on
the nature of the
programme
Entry Requirement:
Minimum
completion of Year
10 or 11 secondary
education with
passes in relevant
subjects
Duration: 2 years
Higher National
Technical
Education
Certificate (HNTec)
Entry Requirement:
Minimum 3 O-Level
with prerequisites
grades in relevant
subjects OR Obtains
a Ntec in related field
Industrial Skills Qualification (ISQ)
Entry Requirement
Education
Completion of Form 3
Other
requirements
Medical fitness
Not colour appreciation
deficiency / vertigo for certain
programmes
Pass interview
Pass Psychotechnic test
1. Course Restructuring
CompetencyBased Training
(CBT)
Electives
4%
Curricula
Compulsory
1%
Life Skills
15%
Programme content
Theory
30%
Practical
70%
Core
80%
2. Expanding Apprenticeship Scheme
Model 1
Model 2
Sponsorship whole period of
programme
Sponsorship during the on-thejob training (OJT) only
Employment guaranteed after
passing and completion of study
Employment guaranteed after
passing and completion of study
APPRENTICESHIP
Model 3
Model 4
Sponsorship whole period of
programme
Sponsorship during the on-thejob training (OJT) only
Employment depend on
performance and availability
Employment depend on
performance and availability
3. More Progression and CET Opportunities
4. New Scheme of Service
PRINCIPAL
DEPUTY PRINCIPAL
PRINCIPAL LECTURER
REGISTRAR
SENIOR TECHNOLOGIST
SENIOR SPECIALIST
SENIOR LECTURER
HEAD OF SCHOOL
TECHNOLOGIST
SPECIALIST
LECTURER
INSTRUCTOR
ACADEMIC
PATHWAY
LEADERSHIP
PATHWAY
TECHNOLOGIST
PATHWAY
SPECIALIST
PATHWAY
5. Campus Development
1st Phase
Upgrading of
current VTIs
Central Campus
+ Headquarters
Ready by 2018
Infrastructure
2nd Phase
Satellite Campus
Ready by 2020
6. Renaming DTE and Technical Colleges
Current
New
DTE and 7 VTIs •Statutory body with own
constitution
•1 institute with Board of
Governors (BOG)
•Brunei Technical Education (BTE)
7 VTIs
Consolidated into 2 mega
campuses
Energy Industry
Competency
Framework (EICF)
HNTec
1. Mechanical Engineering
2. Electrical and Electronic
Engineering
3. Plant Process Engineering
4. Instrumentation and Control
Engineering
ISQ
1.
2.
3.
4.
Rigger
Marker/Fitter
Welding
Scaffloder
HNTEC
Electrician
Instrument Technician
Plant Operator
Mechanical Engineering
Total
ISQ
Rigger
Welder (General welder &
coded welder)
Scaffolder
Marker/Pipe Fitter
Total
0-6 Years
Trainee/Basic/
Jnr Level
5-12 Years
Intermediate/
Technican
Level
210
60
15
85
370
7-18 Years
Snr Technician/
Advanced Level
7-18 Years
Snr Technician/
Advanced Level
280
375
5-12 Years
Intermediate/
Technican
Level
71
190
320
245
1220
188
261
710
97
10
230
60
30
330
80
500
0-6 Years
Trainee/Basic/
Jnr Level
Demand forecast
21 critical jobs
20
15
20
15
70
4
119

HNTEC graduates can be absorbed into
940 positions ranging from basic, junior
to advanced technician levels within 5
years

ISQ graduate can be observed into 2160
positions ranging from basic, junior to
advanced ISQ level within 5 years
THANK YOU
technical education
department of
ministry of education, simpang 347 jalan pasar baharu,
gadong, brunei darussalam

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