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Rationale

The Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) system is undergoing substantial change in the era of revolution 4.0 and globalization. In light of the rapidly growing technology, there are potential impacts and implications for technical and vocational education and trainings. The rapidly changing technology not only poses disruptions but also offers new opportunities in the world of TVET. These changes are inevitable and the opportunities are there to pursue. Series of successful UPI TVET Conferences from 2010-2018 had discussed and identified changes and challenges in areas of policies, skills and personal development, curriculum design, pedagogical innovations, and educational technology in TVET. Moving forward beyond the year of 2020, TVET system should ride the tide of this rapid technological advancement. Therefore, harnessing the growing technology to improve technical and vocational education and trainings is among the keys to excel in the region and beyond.

Due to Covid-19 pandemic, the world of TVET and TVET education delivery has undergone another substantial change. Countries around the world has tried to mitigate the effects of the worldwide spread of COVID-19 pandemic in the areas of TVET. Some countries have reported complete closure of TVET schools and training centers as a response to the spread of the pandemic.  Thus, all stakeholders in the world of TVET have concerted efforts to mitigate the impact to manage the transitional learning and training processes more effectively. Covid-19 pandemic has brought unprecedented rapid shift on online learning or distance learning in vocational training and education to ensure continuity of skills development. However, some challenges are faced by the TVET providers to facilitate distance learning for trainees. These are among the issues that need to be tackled by TVET stakeholders across the globe. TVET stakeholders, including TVET providers, need to have concerted efforts to address these emerging issues, on top of many other current issues in the world of TVET.

The 6th UPI International Conference on Technical and Vocational Education and Training (The 6th UPI TVET conference) is held in conjunction with The 5th International Conference on Innovative Education and Technology (5th ICIET RMUTT). This joint conference is organized collaboratively by Faculty of Technology and Vocational Education Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI, Indonesia) and Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi (RMUTT, Thailand). This scholarly activity is also within the framework of Regional Association of Vocational and Technical Education in Asia (RAVTE).

This joint conference also undergone some shifts in the planning process. This conference initially planned to be held on 16-18 July 2020 in Phuket, Thailand. Considering the unpredicted pandemic situation, this joint conference is postponed and modified to be held using online conference platform. The new date of this online conference is 16-17 September 2020.

This online joint-conference invites TVET scholars, researchers, practitioners, decision makers, students, and stakeholders from Asia and all regions of the world to share their knowledge, experiences, concepts, critical analysis, and good practices with their international peers. This online forum provides a conducive environment for knowledge and experience exchange among participating stakeholders. This is a great opportunity to share with TVET peers with the convenience of presenting online without having to travel outside one’s residence.

The 6th UPI TVET Conference’s focuses on strategies to cope with changes in technical and vocational education and training practices by taking advantage of the rapid technological advancement. The theme is more specifically incline toward leveraging technology application in TVET in the region and beyond. This theme is in line with the 5th ICIET 2020 which focus on innovative education technology. This joint conference discusses not only topics pertinent to vocational education and trainings, but also ICT and digital technology for education, innovation and engineering education, and educational pedagogy.  This conference is a conducive environment for TVET stakeholders to collaborate together to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 pandemic in TVET areas.

Keynote Speakers

Wikan Sakarinto, S.T., M.Sc., Ph.D.

Director of Directorate General Vocational Education, Ministry of Education and Culture, Indonesia. Keynote speech title: Link and Match (Marriage) between Vocational Education and Industry/World of work

Asst. Prof. Dr. Sommai Pivsa-Art

President of RMUTT, Thailand. Keynote speech title: Innovative University: Changing Mindset of Higher Education

Prof. Madya Ts. Dr. Asnul Dahar Bin Minghat

University College of Islam Melaka, Malaysia / Razak Faculty of Technology and Informatics, UTM Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Keynote speech title: Vocational College’s Lecturer and Students Preferences on Practical Teaching Methods for Electronic Subject

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Michael Grosch

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology - KIT, Germany. Keynote speech title: Developing a Competency Standard for TVET Teachers in Asian Countries

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Danny Meirawan

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Indonesia.
Keynote speech title: Management of UPI Center of Excellence in Technical and Vocational Education and Trainings (UPI CoE in TVET)

Dr. Ruly Marianti

Principal Program Advisor - GIZ Germany. Speech title: Vocationally related GIZ Activities: Advancing E-commerce for Tourism Development in Lombok – West Nusa Tenggara

Themes and Subthemes

UPI TVET Conference 2020 main theme:

“Technology to Improve the World of TVET”

The conference invites contributions on the following topics:

  • Standards of vocational education teacher
  • Occupational/labor standards
  • Current status of TVET in the region
  • TVET policy development and harmonization
  • Vocational education as regional challenges
  • Access to education and training
  • Safety and health at the workplace
  • Ethical aspects
  • Human rights
  • Greening on TVET framework
  • Improving and assuring TVET quality
  • School-to-work transition
  • Skills development for employment
  • TVET teacher competencies (technical, didactical, transferable and organizational competencies, industry experience)
  • TVET teacher professional development opportunities (in-/pre-service training, industry immersion, ToT)
  • TVET management staff competencies
  • Inclusivity in vocational education
  • Inclusion of women in TVET
  • Inclusion of persons with disabilities in TVET
  • Inclusive employment
  • Gender in TVET
  • Pedagogical enhancement with e-Learning
  • Blended learning
  • Collaborative learning
  • Game-based learning
  • Groupware-based learning
  • Immersive learning
  • Multimedia-based learning
  • Project-based learning
  • Simulation-based learning
  • Synchronous and asynchronous learning
  • Video-based learning
  • Performance assessment
  • Basic science in engineering education
  • Engineering education reforms
  • New technologies in education
  • Industry and education collaboration
  • Research and development in engineering education
  • Globalization in engineering education
  • Women in engineering education
  • Computers, internet, multimedia in engineering education
  • Organization of laboratories
  • Agricultural bio system engineering education
  • Mechanical engineering education
  • Electrical and electronic engineering education
  • Civil engineering and architectural education
  • Logistics engineering education
  • The organization of TVET provision during the pandemic
  • Online distance learning of TVET delivery
  • Challenges of TVET provision during the pandemic
  • Resiliency and best-practices of TVET provision during the pandemic
  • The design and delivery of learning courses
  • Access to digital equipment, tools, and infrastructures to support online learning process

Important Dates

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Venue

Online Conference using Zoom Meeting Platform.

FPTK UPI hosts this online conference with the capacity of up to 1000 online users (16-17 September 2020).

Abstracts and Submissions

Call for Abstracts

Authors are requested to submit an abstract to the Organizing Committee by August 20, 2020. Abstract must contain the following section: introduction, aim of the study, method, results, conclusion and keywords. The abstract must have no longer than 200 words. The abstract must be submitted through the conference submission system.

Abstract and Manuscript Submission

To submit an abstract, authors must register first (click here). Then they can submit their abstracts by logging in to this site (menu “Submission System” then “Login”). The manuscript (full paper) can be submitted only after authors submit their abstracts. The whole submission process is done fully online (NOT by email) to guarantee smooth administration.

Letter of Acceptance (LoA) and Letter of Invitation (LoI) can be downloaded directly from your account once your abstract is accepted to be presented at the conference.

The full paper must be submitted two weeks after the conference day (25 September 2020). Please go to “Submission System” menu then “Login” to submit the full paper.

Publication

Conference Publication

Abstracts and full papers are peer-reviewed by scientific committee members. After undergoing a thorough review process, selected papers will be published in the 6th UPI TVET Conference Proceeding, published by Atlantis Press indexed by Web of Science (or CRC Press indexed by Scopus).

As another option of publication, presented papers can be included in a non-indexed proceeding of ICIET Conference Proceeding published by RMUTT, Thailand.

Targeted Publication from UPI Affiliated Authors

This conference targets publications of more than 50 UPI Affiliated authors and presenters. Target for all participants of UPI TVET conference is 200 participants, ranging from students and general participants from UPI and TVET providers in South East Asia.

Registration Fee and Payment

Registration Fee

International Presenters

 

Presenters

General presenters

Student presenters

International

USD
175/paper

USD
150/paper

Indonesian Presenters

 

Publication
Option

General presenters

Student presenters

1

Publication
in Atlantis Press indexed by Web of Science (or CRC Press indexed by Scopus)

IDR 2.500.000

Including:

IDR
2.250.000 

Including:

Participation
fee:

IDR 500.000

Publication
fee:

IDR 2.000.000

Participation
fee:

IDR 250.000

Publication
fee:

IDR  2.000.000

2

Publication
in Online RMUTT ICIET-UPI TVET Conference Proceeding
(non-indexed)

IDR 2,000,000

Including:

IDR
1,750.000 

Including:

Participation
fee:

IDR 500,000

Publication
fee:

IDR 1,500,000

Participation
fee:

IDR 250.000

Publication
fee:

IDR 1,500,000

Participants

 

Participants (General/Student)

International participants

USD 20

Indonesian 

IDR 250,000

Payment

Please do bank transfer for the registration fee to:
Bank Name: Bank BNI
Swift/ BIC: BNINIDJAXXX
Virtual account number: 9881 9541 2040 8013
Account Holder: TVET

After making the payment, author MUST upload the transfer proof via this website (NOT Email). Author can upload by logging in to our submission system. Payment receipt can be downloaded directly from your account once your payment is confirmed by the committee.

Tentative Program

Wednesday, 16 Sept 2020
08.00-08.30
Participants check in/registration (Entering Zoom Waiting Room)
08.30-09.00
Opening Ceremony & Welcoming Remark
09.00-12.00
Keynote Speakers Session
12.00-13.00
Lunch Break
13.00-15.00
Parallel Session (Oral Presentation)
15.00-15.30
Break
15.30-17.00
Parallel Session (Oral Presentation)
Thursday, 17 Sept 2020
08.00-08.30
Participants check in/registration (Entering Zoom Waiting Room)
08.30-12.00
Parallel Session (Oral Presentation)
12.00-13.00
Lunch Break
13.00-15.00
Parallel Session (Oral Presentation)
15.30-16.30
Closing ceremony

Advisory Board

  • Asst. Prof. Dr. Sommai Pivsa-Art (President of RAVTE)
  • Prof. Dr. R. Asep Kadarohman, M.Si. (Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia)
  • Prof. Numyoot Songthanapitak (RMUTT, Thailand)
  • Prof. Dr. Didi Sukyadi, M.A. (Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia)
  • Prof. Dr. M. Syaom Barliana (Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia)
  • Dr. Eng. Agus Setiawan, M.Si (Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia)
  • Prof. Dr. Prasert Pinpathomrat (RMUTT, Thailand)
  • Prof. Datuk Ir. Dr. Wahid bin Omar (UTM, Malaysia)
  • Prof. Dr. Mike Y. K. Guu, (NPTU, Taiwan)

Scientific Committee

Internal Committee:
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Indonesia:

  • Dr. Ana, M.Pd. 
  • Prof. Dr. Ida Hamidah, M.Si. 
  • Dr. Bambang Darmawan, M.M. 
  • Prof. Dr. Ade Gafar Abdullah, M.Si.
  • Dr. Danny Meirawan, M.Pd.
  • Dr. Iwa Kuntadi, M.Pd.
  • Dr. Dedy Suryadi, S.Pd., M.Pd.
  • Dr. Yadi Mulyadi, M.T. 
  • Dr. Sri Subekti, M.Pd. 
  • Dr. Lilis Widaningsih, S.Pd., M.T. 
  • Dr. Rina Marina, M.P. 
  • Dr. Mumu Komaro, M.T. 
  • Dr. Yatti Sugiarti, M.P.

External Committee:

  • Dr. Margarita Pavlova (Director, UNESCO-UNEVOC Center, Hongkong) 
  • Prof. Dr. Maizam Alias (UTHM, Malaysia) *
  • Prof. Hiroyuki Iida (JAIST, Japan)
  • Prof. Dr. Tetsu Kubota (Hiroshima-University, Japan) *
  • Prof. Dr. Thomas Schröder (Technische Universitat Dortmund, Germany) *
  • Prof. Lilia Halim (UKM, Malaysia) *
  • Dr. Asnul Dahar Minghat (KUIM, Malaysia) *
  • Assoc. Prof. Muhammad Sukri Saud (UTM, Malaysia) *
  • Dr. Nazeri bin Mohammad (IPGK Perlis, Malaysia) *
  • Dr. Phil. Dadang Kurnia (GIZ-Germany) *

*to be confirmed

Organizing Committee

Internal Committee
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (Indonesia):
  • Ilhamdaniah, S.T., M.T., Ph.D.
  • Mustika Nuramalia Handayani, M.Pd.
  • Saifurahman Iman Pratomo, S.Si.
  • Restu Minggra, S.Pd., M.T.

External Committee
RMUTT (Thailand):

  • Asst. Prof. Dr. Pakornkiat Sawetmethikul
  • Asst. Prof. Dr. Tianwod Pasawano
  • Ms. Kochaporn Mekamitdee

Information on Visa and Accommodation

Visa Information
Official Information about Thailand Visa can be found here.
https://www.thaiembassy.com/thailand/thailand-tourist-visa.php

Accommodation
Conference venue website:

http://www.deevanaplazaphuket.com

See here for more information about hotels in Phuket, Thailand.

Secretariat and Contacts

UPI TVET Conference Chair:
Ilhamdaniah, S.T., M.T., Ph.D.
(Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia)

Secretariat in Indonesia:

  1. Mustika Nurmalia Handayani, M.Pd.
  2. Dr. Siscka Elvyanti
Contacts:

ICIET RMUTT Conference Chair: 
Asst. Prof. Dr. Pakornkiat Sawetmethikul

(RMUTT) 

Secretariat in Thailand:

  1. Banleng Sramoon, RMUTT, Thailand   
  2. Khochaporn Mekanimitdee, RMUTT, Thailand 

Contacts:

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