Increasing the cooperation in Green Education between Indonesia and the Netherlands offers big opportunities in improving the skills and capacity of Indonesia’s labor force. Join the Week of Indonesia Netherlands Education and Research (WINNER) to hear more!
JAKARTA, KalderaNews.com – Education is the basis in preparing people for the job market, this is especially true for technical and vocational education and training (TVET). To improve TVET, Indonesia will require a major reform of its education and vocational institutions. This is acknowledged by the Indonesian Government.
“It is time to focus on the development of human resources”, President of Indonesia Joko Widodo said at the start of his new term in 2019.
According to the Minister of Education and Culture, Nadiem Makarim, international collaboration in vocational education is one of the priorities to improve the skills and capacity of Indonesia’s labour force.
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In 2016, Indonesia and the Netherlands started to improve vocational education in agriculture.
The results achieved so far and the opportunities to continue the Indonesian-Dutch cooperation in this field are highlighted in the publication ‘Green education to strengthen human capital’.
Nuffic Neso Indonesia coordinates the educational cooperation under the Orange Knowledge Programme (OKP) and ‘Innovation in Capacity building’ (INNOCAP).
Dutch knowledge institutions – Maastricht School of Management (MSM), and three Dutch green Universities of Applied Sciences, Aeres, HAS and Van Hall Larenstein – are participating to enhance vocational training in agriculture in Indonesia.
IPB Bogor and Wageningen University and Research (WUR) work together in the vegIMPACT NL programme.
Are you interested to hear more about opportunities to continue the collaboration in Green Education?
Join the Talk Show on ‘Collaboration in Green Education between Indonesia and the Netherlands: lessons learned and new opportunities’, opened by Director General of Vocational Educatio, Wikan Sakarinto.
Followed by a session on ‘How to achieve effective public-private partnerships’ with Indonesian Minister of Education and Culture, Nadiem Makarim. Register now!
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