One of the world’s challenges today is how apprenticeship faces the 4th industrial revolution (industry 4.0). The apprenticeship model undergoes modernization so that a policy is needed to provide resources and support in order to help the apprentices improve their quality of training. With the core curriculum of the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) which is an integration of academic, career and technical education: the articulation of secondary and post-secondary school programs and school and working world relationship, the country needs to provide a complete and adequate infrastructure. TVET becomes one of the parts to promote the sustainable development and create a workforce who supports the green technology.
This event was themed “Optimizing Green School Championship to fulfill the transferable competencies”. It was held in the hall of SMKN 2 Bandung, on September 10, 2018.
- Asian Apprenticeship Workshop: Trends, challenges, and Future Opportunities to deal with industry 4.0
- Vocational Eco-school workshop: The importance of TVET and its contribution to sustainable development.
- Group discussion on Vocational Eco-School in Bandung.
- Cultural activities.
This event was attended by:
- National Polytechnic Institute of Cambodia (NPIC)
- National Technical Training Institut (NTTI)
- Beijing Normal University (BNU)
- Hongkong Institut of Education (HKIE)
- Tongji University (IBB)
- Shenzhen Polytechnic (SZPT)
- State University of Surabaya (Unesa)
- Unipersitas Pendidikan Indonessia (UPI)
- Universitas Negeri Jakarta (UNJ)
- Yogya State University (YSU)
- Universitas Negeri Malang
- National University of Laos( NuoL)
- Unversiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM)
- Univeritas Teknologi Malaysia (UTM)
with the keynote speakers:
- Dr. phil Michael Grosch (Institut Karlsruhe, Jerman)
- Dr. eng Usep Surahman, ST., M.T (Chair of the Department of Architecture Education, FPTK-Univesitas Pendidikan Indonesia)
- Dr. Phil Dadang Kurnia, M.Sc (Advisor of Masy German)