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International Business Management
Year: 2016  |  Volume: 10  |  Issue: 15  |  Page No.: 2980 - 2986

Malaysian Teacher/Lecturer Education Development in TVET: A Fundamental Framework for Human Capital Development

Hanipah Hussin, Aliza Che Amran, Mohd Ariff Mat Hanafiah, Fadzilah Salim, Adlan Ali, Gede Ananta Pramudya, Mohd. Razali Yunos, Noorayisahbe Mohd Yaacob and Mustafa Musa Jaber    

Abstract: This is a review study on new paradigm in teacher education in TVET from policy maker perspective for some issues on how teacher/lecturer education development strategies the challenges of knowledge society and global economy. There are four objectives reflects on this study, first to appreciate the significance of global challenges in TVET educators’ development second to examine the emerging issues and challenges in TVET in training and developing educators (teacher or lecturers). Third is to share innovative concepts and models in TVET educatorís training and development and fourth is to promote best practices around the world in TVET educators training and development through sharing experiences. This review focus on some delegate interested studys from international and regional organizations, the government and private sectors, non-government organizations to work together in preparing TVET educators for the 21st century generation. This review found that the amalgamation experiences in TVETís from international and regional organizations are focus on fundamental frameworks which is enhancing some roles of TVET educators from insufficient transmitter of knowledge to more on development on knowledge society such learning to be reflective educator, facilitator, mentor, manager and coaching and realize the importance of generic skills, Higher Order Thinking (HOT) skills as well as green skills as fundamental components in the development of next generation TVET graduates. This review suggest that every training organization have to recognizes the growing concern for shortage of qualified or well-trained TVET teachers or lecturers and to give priority in fundamental framework in teacher/lecturer education development in TVET sector for 21st century economy.

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