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KAB TOT at the Ministry of Education Syria 2010Thursday, 30 June 2011 03:15
KAB TOT Refresher Report, Laos Sept/Oct 2010Friday, 24 June 2011 05:05
“Know About Business” (KAB) develop by the International Labour Organization has been included in the curriculum of secondary schools, approved by the National workshop on curriculum Reform for upper secondary Education on July 7-9, 2011 supported by ADB, attended with 140 persons under the chairperson of vice Minister Ministry of Education and Sports.
The Refresher Training of Teachers workshop on “Know About Business” for the upper secondary schools of Module 6-9 in 5 provinces launched on September - October 2010 which resulted in positive outcomes
On 24-30 November 2010, the workshop of committee approval of curriculum and instructional material (CACIM) was choose the KAB in two categories namely
First category: • For 12 hours to share with the vocational and technical curriculum for
Module 1-5 in the ten class year of academic year. and
• For 12 hours to share for Module 6-9 in the eleven class year of
The KAB was selected in the choosing subject:
• For 68 hours for Module 1-5 implemented in the ten class year of
academic year and
• For 68 hours for Module 6-9 implement in the eleven class year of
academic year .At the present, Subject on “Know About Business” (KAB) was included in the educational system of the upper secondary schools which will start implementation from 2010 academic year.
Needs Assessment, Viet-Nam, October 2010Friday, 24 June 2011 04:58
On October 25, at DoLISA meeting room, a KAB introduction meeting has been held with the participation of the Vice Director of DoLISA, the ILO LED QN CTA, the head of Vocational Training Office/DoLISA, LED officers from DoLISA and ILO, headmasters/mistresses and management staffs from 10 vocational training institutes (VTIs) in Quang Nam.
After the opening and introduction of the DoLISA vice director and ILO-LED CTA, Mr. Hoang Van Duong has briefly introduced the ITC-ILO KAB program to participants. The main content of the presentation is: Rationale of entrepreneurship education, what is the ILO KAB training package, what differences in the ILO-KAB training package, milestones of the ILO-KAB in Vietnam, results and learned lessons after three pilots of KAB in Vietnam, main requirements for the introduction of KAB into VTIs in QN and next steps.
 See the power point presentation in annex for details
KAB TOT Photos, Viet-Nam 2010Friday, 24 June 2011 04:50
Newsletter KAB in TanzaniaSunday, 19 June 2011 04:09
Indeed, Triodos Facet is still working together with VETA, and in particular the Morogoro Vocational Teachers Training College (MVTTC), in promoting entrepreneurship among youth in vocational training.
In the first 4 years of the project, we developed a tailor-made Entrepreneurship curriculum for VETA in English and Swahili, including a Teachers manual and Trainees handbook. We also used some elements of KAB, as well as the ILO business game. In the current 4-year project, we are upscaling the implementation of the curriculum to 120 VTCs nationwide. Please also find our newsletter attached with more information.
We are also collaborating with ILO-YEF. The YEF coorindator for Tanzania is a member of our consultative committee, and we are also represented in YEF´s national advisory committee.
Read the Newsletter to find out more!
Informe CODE – Conozca de EmpresaSunday, 19 June 2011 03:42
TRACER STUDIES ON THE KNOW ABOUT BUSINESS - a synthesis report from 8 countriesMonday, 30 May 2011 13:33
This report is an attempt to report back on the major findings from 8 tracer studies that were carried out in 8 countries under an SDC funded project, as well as provide some insights on lessons learned and recommendations on the tools and process used to carry out these assessments. This is to help future similar initiatives in KAB and other entrepreneurship education programmes. The key question was to find out what happened to KAB participants 2 or 3 years after graduation and how does their school-to-work transition and current employment situation compare to peers who did not take the course. The research project however did not look more into detail at the impact the programme had had on their first beneficiaries, i.e. the trainers and teachers trained.