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Wednesday, July 11, 2018

ASEAN Promotes People Mobility Across The Region

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), in its goal to improve tourism and economic growth in the region, is now improving ways to mobilize people as a part of the vision called ASEAN Connectivity 2025 which aims to bring common benefit to its member countries.
It means hassle-free travel, education and job opportunities for all ASEAN members translated to robust economic boom and active tourism.
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The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), in its goal to improve tourism and economic growth in the region, is now improving ways to mobilize people as a part of the vision called ASEAN Connectivity 2025 which aims to bring common benefit to its member countries.  It means hassle-free travel, education and job opportunities for all ASEAN members translated to robust economic boom and active tourism.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links     One way to do this is by improving the mobility of people within ASEAN, thus, unlocking greater opportunities for the entire region.      Around seventy ASEAN officials representing the education, labour, and economic sectors participated in the Third National Qualifications Framework (NQF) Phase IV Workshop yesterday. The workshop focused on developing some components of the ASEAN Referencing Report and an informal peer review exercise which served as a venue for learning exchange from the experience of the endorsement process of the European Qualifications Framework Referencing Report.      In her opening remarks, the Chair of the ASEAN Qualifications Reference Framework Committee, Ms. Rosimah Sumaimah Binti Haji Matassim from Brunei Darussalam National Accreditation Council stressed the importance of the workshop as a crucial step to progress into actual activities of the referencing process for ASEAN Member States (AMS) and reviewing process for the AQRF Committee. The workshop took a step-by-step approach to enhance knowledge, support capacity building and accumulate experience of AMS towards the development of a full-pledge AQRF Referencing Report.    On behalf of the Secretary-General of the Ministry of Higher Education, Prof. Dr. Hazman Shah Abdullah, Deputy Chief Executive Officer for Quality Assurance, Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) welcomed all participants of the Workshop. He highlighted that Malaysia’s strong commitment to the AQRF is part of their support to the ASEAN Community, and that through the involvement of the referencing exercise, Malaysia could learn and share with other AMS in pursuit of enhanced quality in higher education, better promotion of lifelong learning and people-to-people mobility.    The event was hosted by the MQA in coordination with the ASEAN Secretariat with support from the ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand Free Trade Area Economic Cooperation Support Programme.  READ MORE: 11 OFWs Illegally Detained In A Room For 1 Week, Asking For Help   You Too Can Earn As Much As P131K From SSS Flexi Fund Investment    Survey: 8 Out of 10 OFWS Are Not Saving Their Money For Retirement    Dubai OFW Lost His Dreams To A Scammer

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One way to do this is by improving the mobility of people within ASEAN, thus, unlocking greater opportunities for the entire region.

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), in its goal to improve tourism and economic growth in the region, is now improving ways to mobilize people as a part of the vision called ASEAN Connectivity 2025 which aims to bring common benefit to its member countries.  It means hassle-free travel, education and job opportunities for all ASEAN members translated to robust economic boom and active tourism.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links     One way to do this is by improving the mobility of people within ASEAN, thus, unlocking greater opportunities for the entire region.      Around seventy ASEAN officials representing the education, labour, and economic sectors participated in the Third National Qualifications Framework (NQF) Phase IV Workshop yesterday. The workshop focused on developing some components of the ASEAN Referencing Report and an informal peer review exercise which served as a venue for learning exchange from the experience of the endorsement process of the European Qualifications Framework Referencing Report.      In her opening remarks, the Chair of the ASEAN Qualifications Reference Framework Committee, Ms. Rosimah Sumaimah Binti Haji Matassim from Brunei Darussalam National Accreditation Council stressed the importance of the workshop as a crucial step to progress into actual activities of the referencing process for ASEAN Member States (AMS) and reviewing process for the AQRF Committee. The workshop took a step-by-step approach to enhance knowledge, support capacity building and accumulate experience of AMS towards the development of a full-pledge AQRF Referencing Report.    On behalf of the Secretary-General of the Ministry of Higher Education, Prof. Dr. Hazman Shah Abdullah, Deputy Chief Executive Officer for Quality Assurance, Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) welcomed all participants of the Workshop. He highlighted that Malaysia’s strong commitment to the AQRF is part of their support to the ASEAN Community, and that through the involvement of the referencing exercise, Malaysia could learn and share with other AMS in pursuit of enhanced quality in higher education, better promotion of lifelong learning and people-to-people mobility.    The event was hosted by the MQA in coordination with the ASEAN Secretariat with support from the ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand Free Trade Area Economic Cooperation Support Programme.  READ MORE: 11 OFWs Illegally Detained In A Room For 1 Week, Asking For Help   You Too Can Earn As Much As P131K From SSS Flexi Fund Investment    Survey: 8 Out of 10 OFWS Are Not Saving Their Money For Retirement    Dubai OFW Lost His Dreams To A Scammer
People mobility means that restrictions on travel for ASEAN people will be minimized and the mechanics for visa applications will be a lot easier and simple.
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), in its goal to improve tourism and economic growth in the region, is now improving ways to mobilize people as a part of the vision called ASEAN Connectivity 2025 which aims to bring common benefit to its member countries.  It means hassle-free travel, education and job opportunities for all ASEAN members translated to robust economic boom and active tourism.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links     One way to do this is by improving the mobility of people within ASEAN, thus, unlocking greater opportunities for the entire region.      Around seventy ASEAN officials representing the education, labour, and economic sectors participated in the Third National Qualifications Framework (NQF) Phase IV Workshop yesterday. The workshop focused on developing some components of the ASEAN Referencing Report and an informal peer review exercise which served as a venue for learning exchange from the experience of the endorsement process of the European Qualifications Framework Referencing Report.      In her opening remarks, the Chair of the ASEAN Qualifications Reference Framework Committee, Ms. Rosimah Sumaimah Binti Haji Matassim from Brunei Darussalam National Accreditation Council stressed the importance of the workshop as a crucial step to progress into actual activities of the referencing process for ASEAN Member States (AMS) and reviewing process for the AQRF Committee. The workshop took a step-by-step approach to enhance knowledge, support capacity building and accumulate experience of AMS towards the development of a full-pledge AQRF Referencing Report.    On behalf of the Secretary-General of the Ministry of Higher Education, Prof. Dr. Hazman Shah Abdullah, Deputy Chief Executive Officer for Quality Assurance, Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) welcomed all participants of the Workshop. He highlighted that Malaysia’s strong commitment to the AQRF is part of their support to the ASEAN Community, and that through the involvement of the referencing exercise, Malaysia could learn and share with other AMS in pursuit of enhanced quality in higher education, better promotion of lifelong learning and people-to-people mobility.    The event was hosted by the MQA in coordination with the ASEAN Secretariat with support from the ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand Free Trade Area Economic Cooperation Support Programme.  READ MORE: 11 OFWs Illegally Detained In A Room For 1 Week, Asking For Help   You Too Can Earn As Much As P131K From SSS Flexi Fund Investment    Survey: 8 Out of 10 OFWS Are Not Saving Their Money For Retirement    Dubai OFW Lost His Dreams To A Scammer
The implementation is divided into three phases.
Enhancement of ASEAN travel trough making information dissemination easier which started its planning phase at the later part of 2016 and now moving on its first phase in mid-2017 up to the last part of 2019. Phase 2 implementation will begin on 2020 up to 2025. The same timeline goes for making ASEAN the visa processes easier.

This year starts the Phase 1 of the establishment of vocational training programs among ASEAN member states as well as the support for education exchange across ASEAN countries.




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