Human Resource Development for Thailand 4.0 Based on Dual Vocational Education

  • Yuwadee Vaitayachoti Faculty of Liberal Arts, Panyapiwat Institute of Management, Nonthaburi
Keywords: Human Resource Development, Dual Vocational Education, Thailand 4.0

Abstract

In the move towards Thailand 4.0, the preparedness of both workers in the business marketplace and newcomers is extremely important. The preparedness of the newcomers who have just stepped into the work environment depends on what they have previously learned from their schools, both in theory and in practice. Therefore, the quality of vocational education needs to be improved to meet the universal standard known as dual vocational education. In this form of education, a business provides an apprenticeship while a student learns in a genuine workplace and is provided with a salary; meanwhile, a vocational school is responsible for the standard evaluation curriculum. The involvement of all parties, e.g. school administrator, teacher, supervisor, firm executive, training supervisor, and trainer can lead to effective human resource development for Thailand 4.0. This study therefore aims to investigate the process of dual vocational education in order to analyze the key to the success of the development of human resources for Thailand 4.0

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Published
2018-04-01
How to Cite
Vaitayachoti, Y. (2018). Human Resource Development for Thailand 4.0 Based on Dual Vocational Education. Social Science Asia, 4(2), 76-85. Retrieved from https://socialscienceasia.nrct.go.th/index.php/SSAsia/article/view/143
Section
Research Article