FTMS Global (Cambodia) and Zaman University co-organised an event with the topic of ASEAN Integration 2015 focusing on Education Sector and Employment opportunities on Saturday, 21 June 2014 and presided over by H.E. Dr Nath Bunroeun, Secretary General of MoEYs and Moderated by Dr. Sok Siphanna, Advisor of RCG and CDC together with other key international experts from Zaman University, FTMS Global Academy (Singapore), ACCA and UNESCO.
Education plays a key role in the upcoming ASEAN integration in 2015 and the government policy, regulations and coordination in preparations for ASEAN integration will help key stakeholders such as educational institutions and individual students to gain knowledge and work out the best possible pathway for their own success.
This workshop ASEAN Integration 2015: Focusing on the Education Sector and Employment Opportunities, organized by Zaman University and FTMS, aims to explore insights from key stakeholders’ perspectives ranging from government policy maker to the benefactors of the system including students, young professionals and employers.
Plenary session 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Panel discussion 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Moderator: H.E Dr Sok Siphana, Managing Partner, Sok Siphanna & Associates,
Advisor to the RGC & to the Council for the Development of Cambodia
1. H.E. Nath Bunroeun, Secretary of State of Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports.
2. Mr Senaka Fernando, Board Member, Secretary General and Treasurer of CAMFEBA & Head of ACCA Cambodia.
3. Mr Santosh Khatri, UNESCO Education Specialist in Cambodia.
4. Mr. Balbeer Singh Mangat, CEO, FTMS Global Academy.
5. Dr. Giuseppe Sapienza, Director of Research Centre of Zaman University.
The goals of the workshop are:
- To discuss about education sector preparations into the ASEAN integration 2015 from the perspectives of key policy makers to educational institution.
- To understand the key topics and challenges faced upon the upcoming ASEAN integration 2015 within the education sector of Cambodia.
- To explore the way in which demands of skills and professions would change in the setting of ASEAN integration and what employers would look for in their HR capabilities
The workshop intended to be a starting point for further initiatives aimed at promoting awareness of ASEAN values and increase students opportunities.
During the workshop, one of the key messages from the speakers is together with an academic degree program, Cambodian students should also study an international professional qualification / academic program to prepare them well for ASEAN integration.
At the workshop, FTMSGlobal Academy (Singapore) also launched its ASEAN Integration Scholarship for FIA and ACCA professional qualifications to provide opportunities to Cambodian nationals to study international professional qualifications in Cambodia and other ASEAN countries such as Singapore, Malaysia, Bunei and Vietnam.
- ASEAN Integration Scholarship for FIA and ACCA 2014
- Opening remarks by H. E Dr. Nath Bunreoun, Secretary General of MoEYs
- ACCA Presentation by Mr Senaka Fernando, Board member of CAMFEBA of Head of ACCA Cambodia
- Presentation of Mr Santosh Khatri, UNESCO Education Specialist
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