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Title: THAILAND PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION INSTITUTE


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THAILANDPROFESSIONALQUALIFICATIONINSTITUTE
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Outline of Presentation
  • Background
  • Important statistics for workforce development
  • Roles and responsibilities of TPQI
  • Aims and objectives for collaborations

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TPQI Background
  • Consultation among various government agencies in
    relation to the functions, roles and
    responsibilities of TPQI was undertaken between
    2004 and 2005.
  • Thailand Professional Qualification Institute was
    officially established in March 2011. TPQI
    reports directly to the Prime Minister. The Prime
    Minister assigns the Minister of the Prime
    Minister Office (Currently H.E. Mr. Warathep
    Rattakorn) to supervise TPQI.

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Statistics
  • Population (millions) .. 70.7
  • GDP (US billions) 345.6
  • Employed Workforce (millions) ....... 39.54
  • Unemployed Workforce (millions) ..... 0.20
  • Not working (millions) . 14.92
  • (e.g. monks, housewives, students, elderly etc.)
  • Ages below 15 years (millions) .. 15.54
  • Sources Global Competitiveness Report
    (2012-2013) Office of National Statistics
    (2012)

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Employment Statistics (Source Office of
National Statistics, 2012)
Levels of Education Workforce (million)
1. Below Primary 11.21 28.2
2. Primary Education 9.20 23.3
3. Secondary school 6.58 16.6
4. High School Vocational 5.68 14.4
5. University Levels 6.72 17.1
6. Others/Unknown 0.15 0.4
Total 39.54 100
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Distribution of Employment
Employment Sectors No. of Workforce (millions)
Agriculture Sectors 16.31
2. Non-Agriculture Sectors Production Construction Logistics Trading Automobiles Hotels and food services Finance and Insurance Real estates Government military Education Health social welfare Other services Others (e.g. mining, power, water, waste, IT information, cultural, entertainment, scientists, etc.) 23.24
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Unemployed VS Levels of Education
Levels of Education of Unemployed
1. Below primary education 0.1
2. Primary education 0.3
3. Secondary schools 0.6
4. High schools Vocational 0.9
5. University levels 1.0
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Global Competitiveness (2012-2013)
Global Competitiveness 2012-2013 2011-2012 2010-2011
Thailand 38th Out of 144 countries 39th Out of 142 countries 38th Out of 139 countries
Source Global Competitiveness Report (2012-2013)
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Global Competitiveness (2012-2013)
Global Competitiveness Ranks
1. Singapore 2nd
2. Malaysia 25th
3. Thailand 38th
4. Indonesia 50th
5. Philippines 65th
6. Vietnam 75th
7. Cambodia 85th
Source Global Competitiveness Report (2012-2013)
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TPQI Objectives
The core objectives are to
  • regulate professional (occupational/trade)
    qualifications in Thailand
  • raise the standard of the professional
    (occupational/trade) qualification system in
    Thailand
  • standardise professional (occupational/trade)
    qualifications and the system in Thailand.

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TPQI Objectives
The core objectives are to (Cont.)
  • create a systematic quality assurance system for
    professional (occupational/trade) qualifications
  • create a transparent process for the
    accreditation of professional (occupational/trade)
    qualifications
  • enhance the competitiveness of the Thai
    professional/occupational/trade workforce for the
    opening of AEC in 2015

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TPQI Deliverables
  • A national professional qualification system
  • A quality assurance system for professional
    qualifications
  • National professional (occupational/trade)
    competency-based standards and classifications
  • A national accreditation system for accrediting
    assessment institutes

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TPQI Deliverables
  • An IT system and databases for managing
    professional (occupational/trade) qualification
    system
  • Networks at the national and international levels
    for advancing and promoting the professional
    (occupational/trade) qualification system
  • Knowledge for further development of the
    national professional qualification system

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Key Features of TPQI Operation
  1. TPQI is a small-scale public organisation.
  2. TPQI is to be driven by the industry
  3. TPQI operates in line with its strategic
    directions to ensure that the outcomes meet the
    institutes goals and expectations.

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Workforce Developments in Thailand
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Thailand Professional Qualification System
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MOU with People 1st Sector Skill Council (UK)
Aviation/Bus/Coach Community transport Contract
food service Driver training Events/Gambling Holid
ay parks Hospitality services/Hostels/Hotels Light
rail/tram/ Rail Membership clubs/Pubs, bars and
nightclubs Restaurants Self catering
accommodation Taxi and private hire Tourist
services Transport planning Travel
services Waterways Visitor attractions
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MOU with DIHK and AHK (Germany)
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MOU with IBSA Industrial Skill Council (Australia)
  • Business services
  • Financial services
  • ICT
  • Printing Graphic
  • Cultural related industries

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MOU with Kangan Institute (Australia) - Centre of
Automotive of Excellence
Training and Assessment Institute
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MOU with Victoria University (Australia)
  • Work-based training research
  • Qualification framework
  • TVE training and Tertiary Education

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Plan for developing occupational/trade
competency- based standards
  • Year - 2012
  • Petrochemical Petroleum
  • ICT
  • Thai Chef
  • Logistics
  • Hospital and Health Services
  • Construction
  • Gems and Jewelry
  • Clothing and Fashion
  • Spa Beauty Therapeutic

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Plan for developing occupational/trade
competency- based standards
  • Year - 2013
  • Food industry
  • Auto industry
  • Vehicle bodies
  • Spare parts
  • Vehicle services, sales, parts, admin and
    management
  • Mold production
  • Printing Graphic

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Plan for developing occupational/trade
competency- based standards
  • Year 2013 (Cont.)
  • Hotel tourism
  • Fishery (Farms)
  • Rubber plantation
  • Retails
  • Health services
  • Clothing
  • Flower decoration

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Potential areas for collaborations
  • Expertise and Know-how in the following areas
  • Occupational competency-based standards
  • Competency-based assessments
  • Recognition of experience and of prior learning
  • Quality assurance for professional
    (occupational/trade) qualifications
  • IT and database for professional qualification
    system

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THANK YOU
THAILAND PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION INSTITUTE
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