Tvet and Strategies Helping Student Providers into Market
Ahmad Esa, Juhaisa Abdul Rahman

Graduated student from Technical Vocational and Education Training was increasing in every year. This leaves a huge numbers without any opportunity to achieve and accomplish the skills they need for work and for citizenship. Technical and vocational education and training (TVET) can provide both the link with productive work and the motivation for continued learning that will help people in the present and the immediate future. This study will looking into readiness and tries to determine the core factor of successful strategies in real working environment to helping TVET student survey in market. The study has beensuggested that the goals are best achieved within a national TVET policy framework that is linked to other national policies on education and training at all levels, industrialisation and employment creation, and national socio-economic development in general. That will give an invaluable opportunity to hear about the progress an on the phase of the industrial strategy priorities. What is required in addition are government policies that willstimulateeconomy and grow high-performance enterprises that demand highly skilled labour and consequently create opportunities for further technical education and training at a higher level in a virtuous circle of sustained industrial growth and increasingdemand for higher quality technical workforce. The results of this study also suggest that TVET employers tend to be more favourable to graduates’ employability skills. The higher the job position of the employer within the organization, the higher are the expectations of graduates. Finally, recommendations were also included in this study.

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