Issue 4: Mitigating TVET quality and standards as a basis for harmonising its systems at the national and regional levels

TVET@Asia Issue 4, January 2015

Editors: Paryono Paryono (SEAMEO VOCTECH), Georg Spoettl TB, University of Bremen), Phil Loveder (National Centre for Vocational Education Research/ NCVER, Australia) & Chin Wei Keh (University of Brunei Darussalam)

Editorial

Paryono (SEAMEO VOCTECH Brunei), Georg Spöttl (Universität Bremen, Institut Technik und Bildung), Phil Loveder (National Centre for Vocational Education Research), Wei Keh Chin (Institute of Brunei Technical Education)

Securing quality in TVET - A compendium of “best practices”: fourteen main principles for the improvement of Technical and Vocational Education and Training

Gert Loose (TBA), Georg Spöttl (Universität Bremen, Institut Technik und Bildung)

Transforming TVET in Malaysia: Harmonizing the Governance Structure in a Multiple Stakeholder Setting

Mohamad Sattar Rasul (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia), Zool Hilmi Mohamed Ashari (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia), Norzaini Azman (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia), Rose Amnah Rauf Abdul (University of Malaya)

Research management in Vocational Higher Education in Indonesia: policy and practice in Bandung State Polytechnic

Carolina M. Lasambouw (Bandung State Polytechnic)

Quality Management System in School (QMSiS ): an Indonesian example for improving quality at vocational schools

Mustafa (SMK Negeri 4 Makassar), Stefanie Petrick (Otto-von-Guericke University of Magdeburg)

E-portfolio indicator for competency assessment and virtual learning in Malaysia Skills Certification

Mohd Bekri Rahim (University Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia)

Quality enhancement and assurance in research work via scientific coaching: a theoretical basis for inter-institutional and cross-regional research activities in East and Southeast Asia

Thomas Schröder (Technical University of Dortmund)