Thai Ministry of Education will push forward the development of vocational education to meet the market demand and the upcoming free labor transfer within the ASEAN region in the future.

Speaking in a seminar regarding labor development, Deputy Education Minister of Thailand  Narisara Chawaltanpipat stated that her ministry would improve curricula and personnel to meet the demand of the labor market. She noted that assessments on skill development would also be made.

Ms Narisara added that the ministry would boost the skills and potential of vocational students to prepare them for the upcoming free labor transfer in the ASEAN region, which would take place in 2015 along with the ASEAN Free Trade Area and the ASEAN Community establishment.

via Vocational education stepped up for ASEAN : National News Bureau of Thailand.

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