Monthly Archives: August 2021

Sarawak Skills partners with ACEC Association for regional TVET initiatives

Yang (right) and Siti Farah jointly show the signed MoU documents. MIRI (August 29): The Sarawak Skills Development Center (Sarawak Skills) and the Chinese Association for Education and Culture (ACEC Association) have reached a Memorandum of Understanding to pave the way for mutually beneficial initiatives between the two institutions. According to Sarawak Skills, the merger would allow the two sides ...

Read More »

TTU Launches Faculty Series to Further Internationalize Programs | KLBK | KAMC

LUBBOCK, Texas (press release) – The following is a press release from Texas Tech University: This fall marks the start of a new venture for Texas Tech University. The Center for Global Communication will launch the Academy for Curricular Internationalization, a series of workshops for faculty to collaborate with internal and external experts to enhance overall learning in the classroom. ...

Read More »

GNTC Uses Decades Of Experience To Meet Growing Demand For Healthcare Workers | Catoosa Walker News

The rise of COVID-19 has resulted in new demand for healthcare workers at all levels, with the American Nurses Association forecasting a need for 1.1 million new registered nurses by 2022 to avoid a shortage in the field. Georgia Northwestern Technical College (GNTC) uses its 60 years of experience to help meet the needs of the workforce in the Northwestern ...

Read More »

Career Classroom: Employment needs drive development of new career-oriented training programs

Last fall, Ocean County Vocational Technical School launched a two-year heavy equipment operator program for high school students. Only the second such program in the state, the enthusiastic response from industry partners validated the need for this targeted training program and others. Two industry partners of the OCVTS extended the learning throughout the summer with on-the-job training for HEOP students. ...

Read More »

Like demonetization, Modi’s government monetization plan risks becoming another total disaster for the nation

The “National Monetization Pipeline” may well turn out to be another pipe dream, just as Modi’s demonetization did, producing an outcome exactly the opposite of what was promised. The demonetization was arguably more thoughtless and arbitrary, devoid of any theoretical framework, a sort of nocturnal madness. The “monetization” plan, however, has an excess of theory. It sounds great on paper ...

Read More »

Six Kenyan TVET institutions receive ICT equipment from BEAR II project – India Education | Latest Education News | Global education news

On August 10, 2021, UNESCO Regional Director Professor Hubert Gijzen officially handed over ICT equipment (computers, interactive whiteboards, projectors, microphones, solar panels, etc.) to six TVET institutions in Kenya, which are beneficiaries of the UNESCO BEAR II project funded by the Republic of Korea. In Kenya, the BEAR II project supports TVET institutions in the field of environmental technologies on ...

Read More »

Vocational education should be results-oriented: Guv

Governor Mangubhai Patel said entrepreneurship should be enhanced among students. The values ​​of autonomy must be developed there. Vocational education must be results-oriented. The work of solving the needs and problems of agriculture, animal husbandry and industries should be done by universities. He said that for meaningful education it is necessary to keep pace with current needs as well as ...

Read More »

NB parent gives passing grade to provincial back-to-school plan – New Brunswick

There are only about two weeks left before children across New Brunswick start returning to class for what will be the third school year in the province affected by COVID-19. Education Minister Dominic Cardy unveiled the details of this return to school for students this year on Friday. “Our goal went from being as normal a school year as possible ...

Read More »

Launch of an employment program in Quad-Cities to fight recidivism | Local education

Planning for I-MATTER began in July and the selected candidates are expected to start no later than January 1, according to the press release. Monroe said I-MATTER enrollments may be separate from other college students due to the acute needs of Safer customers. “Our customers are not waiting for the next semester,” he said. “They are looking forward to the ...

Read More »

Interview with Jensen Huang: The physical world and the metaverse can be connected

A new GamesBeat event is just around the corner! Learn more about what comes next. Jensen Huang, CEO of Nvidia, has been talking about the metaverse for years. It has little to do with the company’s revenue, which is driven by sales of AI and graphics chips and reached $ 6.51 billion in the last quarter. But Huang likes to ...

Read More »