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Published by Seameo Voctech, 2018-12-20 03:28:32

Corporate Profile 2018

Corporate Profile 2018

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Advisors
Dr Haji Mohd Zamri Haji Sabli
Hajah Noorzainab Haji Abdulladi
Dr. Paryono

Editor
Dr. Abbes Sebihi

Co-Editor
Nursyuhaidah Haji Ahmad

Graphic Design and Layout
Heri Arum Nugroho
Monarita Haji Harris

Photographer
Muhd Al-Aiman Syazwi Abdullah Apor

Published by SEAMEO VOCTECH, 2018
Printed in Brunei Darussalam

Table of

4 Director Message
5 Brief Facts of Brunei Darussalam
6 About SEAMEO
8 About SEAMEO VOCTECH
10 Our Commitment
11 PRAISE: The Core Values
12 FIVE Key Result Areas (KRAs)
14 Our Services
19 Training Programmes We Offer
22 Governing Board Members
24 Resources and Facilities
25 Voctech International House
26 Management and Staff

SEAMEO VOCTECH 3

Director Excellence in TVET, one of the strategic plans is to SV fellows from Indonesia are
strengthen its position in the region and beyond. 1.Dr. Hendarman
Warm greetings from SEAMEO VOCTECH Regional Centre, This is also in line with SEAMEO Golden Scenario to 2.Dr. Punang Amaripuja
Brunei Darussalam. enhance the quality and recognition of SEAMEO
Ever since its establishment in 1990, SEAMEO VOCTECH (SV) programmes and services that the Ministry of SV fellows from Malaysia is
has strived to maintain high quality training programmes and Education will select SEAMEO as the first-choice 1.Mr. Saiful Anuar A. Rahim
offer services that provide value to our customers, and become capacity building partner.
one of the significant SEAMEO Centre across the region and SV fellows from Philippines are
beyond, under the motto of “Together We Excel”. Former SV specialists have been appointed as SV 1.Dr. Marcelino C. Gapultos
Our training programmes are always anchored on the five core Fellows (SVF) who can represent SV in promoting 2.Dr. Milagros Campos Valles
areas spelled out in the Key Result Area: Training and and implementing its programmes and activties in 3.Dr. Wilfredo Herrera Libunao
Professional Development of our Five Year Development Plant their repective countries or elsewhere. 4.Mr. Edward Dela Rosa
(5th FYDP), which include: Curriculum Development and
Evaluation, Leadership and Management, Teacher Education, The organisation structure of SV is as follows:
Research and Development, and Information and
Communications Technology, which serve as the basis of the
regional training programmes to be conducted every fiscal
year.

Going forward, with active participation of Governing Board
Members and Partners, the Centre will continue to develop
innovative programmes that meet the needs of the
stakeholders. In realising our vision, we are committed to
serve the member countries through various quality services
as articulated in our 5th FYDP. On another note, participation
of partners will also be encouraged to reach more clients and
to improve the quality of training programmes.

We look forward to your continued support and co-operation.

Centre Director
SEAMEO VOCTECH

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Fast Facts of

Thirty nine staff members comprise SV’s strength , led by the Centre Director. Through the support of Flag
two Deputy Directors, Heads of Divisions, Specialists and all staff, the implementation of the scheduled
programmes and activities is thriving in capacity-building among TVET educators and other practitioners.
The Centre’s motto: “Together We Excel” has created a built-in culture embedding excellence at work,
and cultivating wholesome attitude among the staff to help attain the goals.

Crest

Sultan Omar Ali Saiffudin Mosque, Deviantart: Nisnis79

Brunei Darussalam (Arabic for ‘abode of Capital city Area (Km)
peace’) is a small oil-rich sultanate located
on the north coast of the island of Borneo Bandar Seri Begawan 5.756 sq
in Southeast Asia, with its terrain divided
between the states of Malaysia and Population (2017) Annual GDP in 2017 (%)
Indonesia. It has a significant ethnic-Malay
population that primarily speaks Bahasa 1.3
Melayu (Malay, official), English, Chinese
SPECIALISTS and native languages of Borneo. With over
78% of Bruneians practicing Islam, Brunei
As a Regional Centre conducting TVET training adopted the Islamic sharia law in 2014.
programmes and other related activities in the Royals have ruled the sultanate for
eleven SEAMEO Member Countries, SV is able to centuries and Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah is
acquire a pool of multi-disciplinary specialists/ the current Head of the State.
experts. Through the collaboration of this team, as
well as the integration of their diverse knowledge SV FELLOWS Brunei boasts of very high per capita GDPs Gender Distribution (%) GDP per Capita in 2017
and experiences in technical and vocational and standards of living owing to its (US $)
education and training, the Centre can competently In line with the Centre 5th Five-Year expansive oil and gas reserves, which allow 48.1 51.9
contribute significantly towards improving the TVET Development Plan (FYDP), and with a new vision it to be a tax-free economy. In order to Women Man 37,411.63
systems. as Globally recognised Regional Centre of reduce the economy’s dependence on oil
and make it future-ready, Wawasan Brunei
26 SEAMEO VOCTECH 2035 endeavours to create plentiful Source: Borneo Buletin Yearbook 2017
employment opportunities. It envisions a SEAMEO VOCTECH 5
highly educated and skilled workforce that
can be instrumental in contributing to the
development of the economy and its people
in the times to come.

(Extracted from: www.bruneitourism.travel)

About International House The VOCTECH International House (VIH)

The Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO) is a regional maintains facilities that support the core
intergovernmental organisation established in 1965 among governments of Southeast
Asian countries to promote regional cooperation in education, science and culture in the region. business of providing training to the
As an organisation that has continued to nurture human capacities and explored the peoples’ fullest
potential, SEAMEO maintains its work and aspirations for development with peoples of the region to stakeholders, including hotel
make lives better in quality and equity in education, preventive health education, culture and tradition,
information and communication technology, languages, poverty alleviation and agriculture and natural accommodation, training and function
resources. The organisation's highest policy-making body is the SEAMEO Council, which comprises the 11
Southeast Asian education ministers. The SEAMEO Secretariat is located in Bangkok, Thailand. rooms, and transportation. These facilities

The leading organisation for enhancing regional understanding and cooperation in education, science and culture for are also rented out to the public for a very
a better quality of life in Southeast Asia.
To enhance regional understanding, cooperation and unity of purpose among Member Countries for a better quality minimal fee.
of life through the establishment of networks and partnerships, the provision of fora among policy makers and
experts, and the promotion of sustainable human resource development. Accommodation
The VIH is conveniently situated in the heart
"Leading through Learning" of Gadong commercial centre. It is within
walking distance to shops and restaurants
Besides from Southeast Asian countries, SEAMEO also has associate member countries and affiliate members as and about ten minutes drive from the
follows. airport and the city centre. It has 26 guest
rooms and 24-hour front Desk Service.
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SEAMEO VOCTECH 25

To support the Centre training programmes SEAMEO
and related services, SV has a 150-seater
Conference Hall and Four Training/Syndicate Secretariat
Rooms equipped with multimedia facilities as
well as internet connectivity which has 24- Resources & SEAMEO CECCEP Education SEAMEO RIHED
hours connection. It also has a meeting room, EARLY CHILHOOD CARE HIGHER EDUCATION
newly established Southeast Asia Library (SEA EDUCATION & SEAMEO QITEP MANAGEMENT
Library), and restaurant. The restaurant has IN MATHEMATICS
been operating since January 2015 located at SEAMEO CED MATHEMATICS SEAMEO SEAMOLEC
the Ground Floor and it has opening hours COMMUNITY OPEN & DISTANCE
from 07.00 am - 21 pm. EDUCATION SEAMEO QITEP LEARNING
IN SCIENCE
24 SEAMEO VOCTECH SEAMEO CELL SCIENCE TEACHING SEAMEO SEN
LIFELONG SPECIAL EDUCATION
SEAMEO RECSAM
SEAMEO INNOTECH SCIENCE & SEAMEO TED
EDUCATIONAL MATHEMATICS TECHNICAL EDUCATION
EDUCATION EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT

SEAMEO QITEP SEAMEO RELC SEAMEO VOCTECH
IN LANGUAGE LANGUANGE EDUCATION TVET
LANGUANGE
SEAMEO RETRAC voctech.org
EDUCATIONAL
MANAGEMENT &

SEAMEO BIOTROP Science SEAMEO SEARCA
TROPICAL BIOLOGY AGRICULTURAL
SEAMEO RECFON
biotrop.org FOOD & NUTRITION TROPMED THAILAND
TROPICAL
TROPMED MALAYSIA SEAMEO TROPICAL
MICROBIOLOGY, NETWORK
PARASITOLOGY & TROPICAL MEDICINE &
ENTONOMY
TROPMED PHILIPPINES
PUBLIC HEALTH, HOSPITAL
ADMINISTRATION,
ENVIROMENTAL &

Culture

SEAMEO CHAT SEAMEO SPAFA
HISTORY & ARCHEOLOGY & FINE

SEAMEO VOCTECH 7

About List of Governing Board Members

SEAMEO VOCTECH (SV) was established as a Regional Address Chairman Member
Centre for Technical and Vocational Education and Training Jalan Pasar Baharu, Gadong BRUNEI DARUSSALAM PHILIPPINES
(TVET) on 28 August 1990. This founding was the result of BE1318, Brunei Darussalam. Pg Dr. Saiful Bahrin bin Pg Duraman Mr. Elmer K Talavera
the Memorandum of Agreement signed between the Senior Lecturer of Faculty of Engineering, Executive Director of Technical Education and
Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation Telp +673 2447992 Universiti Teknologi Brunei. Skills Development Authority (TESDA)
(SEAMEO) and the Government of Brunei Darussalam. Also Fax +673 2447955 Tungku Highway, Gadong BE 1410, Brunei East Service Road, South Superhighway Taguig
based on the needs expressed by the SEAMEO Member Darussalam. City, Philippines.
Countries, the feasibility study on SV was submitted for Mail
approval at the 24th SEAMEO Council Conference in [email protected] Member Member
Malacca in 1989. The Government of Brunei Darussalam CAMBODIA SINGAPORE
then accepted the hosting of the Centre. Now, SV is one Social media: Mr Sim Samnang Mr. Aw York Bin
among the 24 SEAMEO Centres and network of SEAMEO. Deputy Director General of Directorate General Deputy CEO (Industry) of Institute of Technical
voctech.centre Department of TVET. Education (ITE)
8 SEAMEO VOCTECH Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training No.3, 2 Ang Mo Kio Drive, 567720, Republic of
seameovoctech St. Russian Federation Boulevard Toek Laak, Singapore.
Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Member
Member THAILAND
INDONESIA Dr. Suthep Chittayawong
Dr. M. Bakrun, MM. Secretary-General of the Vocational Education
Director Technical and Vocational Education, Commission, Ministry of Education
Directorate General of Basic and Secondary Retchadamnoen Nok Avenue, Dusit, Bangkok
Education 10300, Thailand.
Ministry of Education and Culture Depdiknas,
Member
Member TIMOR LESTE
LAO PDR Mrs Dra. Isabel F. Lima
Mr Vannalek Leuang Director of National Labor Force Development
Institute (INDMO)
Deputy Director-General, Department of Timor Leste
Technical and Vocational Education
Ministry of Education and Sports, P.O Box 67, Member
Vientiane, Lao PDR. VIETNAM
Prof. Dr. Tran Trung
Member President of Hung Yen University of Technology
MALAYSIA and Education
Dr. Zainuren Haji Mohd Nor Dan Tien, Khoai Chau, Hung Yen, Ministry of
Director, Technical and Vocational Education Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs-Molisa,
Division, Ministry of Education Vietnam
Level 5&6, Block E14, Complex E, The Federal
Government Administrative Centre, 62604 SEAMEO VOCTECH 23
Putrajaya, Malaysia.

Member
MYANMAR
Prof. Dr. Aye Myint
Director General, Department of Technical and
Vocational Education, Ministry of Education
(Science and Technology), Myanmar

Governing SEAMEO VOCTECH 9
Board

SV policy-making body is the Governing Board, which is composed of senior government officials from
each of the SEAMEO members, such as Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia,
Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Timor Leste and Vietnam. These officials are nominated by
their respective Ministers of Education and appointed by the SEAMEO Council.

Group photo of 28th SV Governing Board Meeting , 17-19 October 2017
in Hotel Somadevi Angkor Resort and Spa, Siem Reap, Kingdom of Cambodia.

The SEAMEO Secretariat (SEAMES) Director and the Centre Director serve as Ex-Officio Members of the
Board. The SV Governing Board is responsible for operational policies, annual review of the Centre’s
programmes and budget, and endorses five-year development plans.

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Our We, at SV commit ourselves to  3D Modelling with AutoCAD AUTODESK
achieve our mandate to strengthen  Applying ICT Tools to Develop Learning Contents
and improve the quality of TVET in  Autodesk AutoCAD Basic Level 2D Drafting
Southeast Asia through human  Basic Video-Editing
resources development. We are also  Blog Development
guided by the Centre’s Vision and  Creating Interactive Learning Contents
Mission:  Effective Application of MOODLE LMS in Delivering Rich Media Learning Contents
 Effective Presentation Using Microsoft Powerpoint
“A globally recognised Regional Centre of  Enhancing Presentation with New Technology
Excellence in TVET”  Graphic Editing and Manipulating
 Introduction to Microsoft Excel
“We are committed to be enhance the TVET systems of SEAMEO  Mail Merge in Microsoft Word
member countries through innovative capability building, research  Microsoft Access in Managing Databases
and development, and information services.”  Open Source LMS Installation and Management
 Web Design Using Microsoft Expression Web
“Together We Excell”
 Applying Effective Business Telephone Etiquette
“Ensuring Greater Impact of TVET for Sustainable Development”  Effective Housekeeping Management Skills
 Effective Writing of Paperwork, Report and Minutes of
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Meeting
 Public Relations for Public and Private Sectors
 Service Excellence Delivery at Work

SEAMEO VOCTECH 21

PRAISE

 Applying Learner-Centred Teaching-Learning Methodologies Professionalism is a core value of SV which is seen in the context of
 Applying Technology in Teaching and Learning Through Open Source Application skill, a good judgement, and a polite behavior that is expected in
 Assessment of Students Competencies each of the staff who is trained to do a good job.
 Constructing Written Tests
 Learning and Assessment through Problem-Based Based Learning (PBL) and Project- Respect for diversity is a core value of SV in the contecxt of giving
due respect, acceptance and understanding to the uniqueness of
Oriented-Problem-Based Learning (POPBL) Strategies every individual and society in a secured, constructive and
 Developing a Lesson Plan nurturing atmosphere.
 Developing Instructional Materials
 Developing Learning Guide This core value encourages SV staff to practice the attitudes of
 Developing Learning Outcomes responsiveness and transparency that will establish mutual trust
 Developing Performance Tests between and among employees and clients.
 Developing Rubrics
 Developing Training Programmes to Help Trainees Get there Innovativeness is a core value of SV seen in the context of an
 Introducing and Summarising a Lesson ability to think and act independently and with originality by virtue
 Writing Instructional Objectives of introducing new and acceptable ideas.

 Action Research for Teachers Synergy is a core value of SV seen in the context of an increased
 Applied Research for Decision-Making Policy in TVET System effectiveness when two or more entities work together.
 Conducting an Impact Study for a Project / Intervention
 Delphi Method for Soliciting Input from Policymakers and Practitioners To be globally recognised is to produce excellent results. With this
 Enhancing Corporate Performance through Strengthening Institutional Research core values, SV will always direct its effort in designing and
 Essential Research Competencies for Innovative Policymakers performing activities that are of superior and first-rate quality to
 Measuring Brand Equity Index for TVET Institutions assure recognition and client satisfaction.
 Measuring Training Efficiency and Effectiveness Using Return on Training Investment Tech-
SEAMEO VOCTECH 11
nique
 Research Methods in Education
 Survey Research
 Benchmarking in TVET through Comparative Study

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Key Result Areas Training Programmes

We offer

The courses for In-Country and Customised Training Programmes we offer are usually developed based
on the identified training themes. However, SV can develop or customise courses that will meet the spe-
cific training needs of member countries and other organisation. Listed below are the identified training
themes, by training areas.

KRA 1 KRA 2  Competency Assessment
 Competency-Based Curriculum Development
Professional Development Research and  Curriculum Development to Match Industrial Needs and Workplace Requirements
Goal:  Competency Standard Development
Development  Evaluating an Educational Programme
Enhance the capabilities of TVET  Enhancing TVET Delivery through Competency-Based Training
and other educational institution Goal:  Enhancing TVET Delivery through School-Based and On-the-Job Training
professionals. Generate research results  Enhancing TVET Relevancy to Industry Needs
Strategic Objectives: of wider significance as
 Implement need-based regional input for SV training and  Change Management Through Persuasive Re-education
for enhancing TVET policies  Developing International Standard Quality Management Systems
and in-country training and practices.  Effective Project Management
programmes  Enhancing the Corporate Image of Institutions
 Offer SV “brand” professional Strategic Objectives:  Excellence in Customer Service
training countries.  Marketing Strategies for Educational Institutions
 Organise conferences,  Identify and implement  Strategic Management for High-Achieving Organisations
workshops, seminars and for  Strengthening Effectiveness Through Action Leadership (SEAL): A
temporary issues in TVET and research projects with
other related areas. key global research Confidence-building Approach
 Enhance quality training delivery partners  The Art of Responsive Management

12 SEAMEO VOCTECH  Create higher impact on

the use of research
results

SEAMEO VOCTECH 19

Contains articles in TVET for exchange and The Key Result Area is included in the Five-Year Development Plan for fiscal year 2014/2015 -
dissemination by contributors and TVET 2018/2019: at a glance. The development of plan went through the process of consultation with
professionals are also accessed. Centre’s stakeholder and partners, presentation to SEAMEO’s Centres Director Meeting,
endorsment of the High Officials Meeting and finally, approval of the SEAMEO Council.

Its Library is also currently expanding its

digitalised materials for its course

participants; Centre’s Library

information/programmes are exhibited

and promoted at SEAMEO or other

A major source of open knowledge and exchange on TVET in KRA 3 KRA 4 KRA 5
Southeast Asia and beyond (in-progress)
Knowledge Management Organisational Visibility and Corporate
Sustainability Social Responsibility
and Sharing
Goal: Goal:
Goal:
Establish sustainable Strengthen the centre’s
Enhance knowledge organisational operations. visibility and corporate
management system for social responsibility.
local and international Strategic objectives:
clients and partners. Strategic objectives:
 Enhance the visibility in
Strategic Objectives:  Enhance the visibility in
the global arena
 Enhance existing the global arena
 Strengthen the
information sharing  Strengthen the
system to cater to Corporate Social
global audience. Responsibility (CSR) Corporate Social
programmes Responsibility (CSR)
 Enhance existing programmes.

database management
system that will be
accessible to SV staff
and to local and
international clients and

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Our

The three major services offered by SV are Training and Professional Development Knowledge Management and Sharing
Services, Research and Consultancy Services, and Knowledge Management and
Sharing. SV provides information services or disseminates information through
print, digital and online pathways to reach the fast increasing number of
Abstract Abstract TVET clients in the region and beyond through the following:
picture picture
SV Journal, Corporate Profile, Brochures, Selected TVET Books, Regional
01. Training & Professional 03. Knowledge Knowledge Platform (RKP), Conference Proceedings, Annual and Governing
Development Services Management and Reports comprise print publications. Poster displays at the Centre’s Lobby and
an electronic television also offer updated TVET information.
Sharing
Accessible at www.voctech.org, that leads to current and upcoming
programmes; the Centre’s multimedia presentations provide latest TVET
developments initiated at the Centre.

02. Research & Consultancy A Learning Management System on e-learning and
Services

network known as EDUNET, includes database to

facilitate access of TVET courses and related

information for participants, alumni and the Centre

14 SEAMEO VOCTECH staff. SEAMEO VOCTECH 17

Research & Consultancy Services Training & Professional Development
Services
Research programme is an important and built-in component in SV’s
function as an international organisation. Earlier surveys and studies Delivering and promoting quality Technical and Vocational Education and
impacted platforms for further initiatives. The Centre has initiated research Training is vital. The Centre, thus, provides four categories of training
network called SEAVERN (Southeast Asian Vocational Education Research services by conducting Regional, In-Country, Customised and Special Training Programmes in the
Network), whereby from researchers from universities and government work following areas:
together to generate, manage, and share research information.
 Curriculum Development
The Centre, in collaboration with partners such as UNESCO-UNEVOC, Unesco  Management
Bangkok, Asian Development Bank, British Council, NCVER, GIZ-RECOTVET,  Teacher Education
Korean Research Institute for Vocational Education and Training (KRIVET) has  Information and Communications Technology
conducted research studies in various areas such as TVET system, transferable  Research
skills, labour mobility, future skills in demand, graduate employment and  Online Training
employers satisfaction, teacher standard, and TVET teacher education.
In addition, SV in collboration with its partners also offers technical and vocational courses such as
The Centre also offers consultancies to electronics, mechatronics, automotive, building facility management, and hospitality.
conduct research studies, to become a
validator, and a consultant for enhancing With the revitalisation of SV’s vision and mission, it intends to deliver these programmes, not only for
TVET at the institutional and at the TVET community, but to any individual or institution that needs the services and expertise of SV, both
international levels. private and public entities.

16 SEAMEO VOCTECH The Centre, as of May 2018, has conducted a total number of 727 training programmes. Around 22,590
TVET school administrators, education and technical officers, researchers, lecturers, teachers and other
educational practitioners, and professionals have been enhanced with knowledge and skills based on the
five categories and the areas of concern as stated above.

For more detailed information, please visit www.voctech.org, or contact SV at [email protected] /
[email protected]

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