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1st BIMP–EAGA TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL

EDUCATION AND TRAINING (TVET) FORUM


July 18-19, 2016 RTC-KorPhil Davao City, Philippines

Green TVET
(Green Skills Development)

Presented by:

Exec. Dir. ELMER K. TALAVERA, CESO III


National Institute for Technical Education and Skills Development
Technical Education and Skills Development Authority
6. TESDA
incorporates
5S in NTESDP
2010-2015

2. PH
encourages
WB & int’l
donor
agencies to
replicate NCPP
in other
sectors
How do we define
GREEN SKILLS?
GREEN SKILLS are the . . .
technical skills, knowledge, abilities,
knowledge, values, and values and attitudes
attitudes
needed in the workforce needed
to develop and support to live in, develop and
support
sustainable social, a sustainable and efficient
economic and society.
environmental outcomes
in business, industry, and
the community.
- “Green Skills Agreement” of the - European Centre for the
Council of Australian Development of Vocational
Governments Training (CEDEFOP)
Top-up training for low carbon jobs
Core training NEW low-carbon NEW LOW
CURRENT JOB needed skills needed CARBON JOB
Working on roofs;
Apprenticeship; BTEC;
ELECTRICIAN installation of solar PV SOLAR PV FITTER
NVQ/SVQ
panels
Offshore oil/gas wind OFFSHORE
Apprenticeship; BTEC; Offshore wind
maintenance MAINTENANCE
NVQ/SVQ technology
technician TECHNICIAN
AEROSPACE Apprenticeship; BTEC; Technology-specific WIND TURBINE
TECHNICIAN NVQ/SVQ knowledge TECHNICIAN
Undergraduate or Energy efficiency and
LOW CARBON
ARCHITECT masters degree; zero carbon
ARCHITECT
work experience knowledge
Carbon literacy;
CITY TRADER Undergraduate degree understanding of carbon CARBON TRADER
trading schemes
No specific Sustainability & LOW CARBON
FACILITIES MANAGER
qualification required energy mgt. issues FACILITIES MANAGER
Source: IPPR
Maintenance of … and atop the
windmills along the mountains of Pililia,
shorelines of Rizal
ILOCOS region

Installing/maintaining
SOLAR panels
WASTE SEGREGATION in all TVET institutions will go a very long way.
. . . different shades of GREEN
ILO’s Skills and Employability Department, in cooperation with
CEDEFOP, launched a global investigation of skills
needs for greener economies.
CHANGES IN SKILLS AND OCCUPATIONS FOR GREEN JOBS
DEGREE
OCCUPATIONAL TARGET SKILLS
OF SKILLS
CHANGE RESPONSE EXAMPLES
CHANGE
None or increased
None or only Bus drivers in CNG buses;
NONE training on existing
quantitative national park ranger
occupation
Changing On the job learning Welder in wind turbine
LOW established or short training production;
occupation courses organic farmer
Changing or Short courses or Energy consultant in
MEDIUM emerging longer continuous building; car mechanic for
occupation training electric or CNG cars
Initial training, Solar energy technician;
HIGH
New & emerging university degree or eco-designer;
occupation continuous training biofuels technician
ILO and CEDEFOP 2011 p.96
shifts development
between of new
industries occupations

changing skill
profiles within
occupations
How does greening economies
affect skill needs?
GREEN transformation GREENing existing
Structural Changes
shifts in the economy jobs
Introduction of new
Occurs at the industry
regulations, and the New skills will be
level, causing
development of new needed by workers in
structural shifts in
technologies and many existing
economic activity, and
practices result in the occupations and
thus in employment,
emergence of some industries in the
between and within
entirely new process.
industries
occupations
DOLE’s GODP
(Department of Labor and Employment)

• “Green Our DOLE Program” (DOLE Admin. Order


96 s.2011)

• Aims at ushering the outcomes of cleaner, safer


and carbon-free work environment for DOLE
officials and employees; happy and healthy
workforce; efficient use of resources; and a
system of waste reduction and management
DOLE’s GODP
(Department of Labor and Employment --DOLE Admin. Order 96 s.2011)

strategies
Conserve Awareness
and on
CRITERIA: efficient use environmental
• OS workplace improvement, OSH of resources issues
programs (40%)
• Savings generated from effective
use of electricity, water and fuel Green work values
(10%) and implement
• Implementation and effectiveness green practices as
of the GODP action plan (45%) 3Rs and 5S and
• National greening program (5%) safety
TOP 10 GODP Implementers
• Bureau of Workers with • Technical Education and
Special Concerns Skills Development
• Human Resource Authority (TESDA)
Development Service • Regional Office III
• Institute of Labor Studies • Regional Office 9
• Internal Audit Service • Regional Office 12
• Philippine Overseas • Regional Office 13
Employment (CARAGA)
Administration
What makes a Green Job GREEN?
ILO's definition of green
jobs
Jobs are green when they help
reduce negative environmental Sustainable
impact ultimately leading to Enterprises &
environmentally, economically Economies
and socially sustainable
enterprises and economies.
More precisely green jobs are DECEENT JOBS that: Improve
energy and raw materials efficiency; Limit greenhouse gas
emissions; Minimize waste and pollution; Protect and restore
ecosystems; and, Support adaptation to the effects of climate
change
DECENT: employment that respects the fundamental rights of the human person as well as the
rights of workers in terms of conditions of work safety and remuneration … respect for the
physical and mental integrity of the worker in the exercise of his/her employment”
“An opportunity to compel
TESDA policies to be
GREEN”
-- DG Irene M. Isaac

Bolabs NITESD
Q:
How can we make the TVET sector

GREEN ?
Bolabs NITESD
A: Redefining
Certifiable
Occupations
Bolabs NITESD
A:
… adopting GREEN PROCEDURES in
Competency Standards
Development

Bolabs NITESD
Redefining Certifiable Occupations

TO WORKER’s
ENVIRONMENT
life & limb
SAFETY
considerations

TO CUSTOMER TOOLS/ EQUIPMENT

the right Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes to ensure SAFETY of worker, customer, tools

and equipment, and, ENVIRONMENT


Bolabs NITESD
… just inquiring,
• (WHICH and) How many of the existing TRs can
be reviewed and rendered GREEN by
incorporating the right GREEN skills or rightfully,
GREEN COMPETENCIES?
• (WHAT and) How many TRs for GREEN JOBS can
be developed?
• (WHICH and) How many existing TRs for GREEN
JOBS can be rendered decent by applying
appropriate technologies and safety practices for
the protection of the worker and the customer ?
• What about TRs adoptive to CLIMATE CHANGE?

Bolabs NITESD
How GREEN are our TRs ?
GREEN JOBS GREEN skills
right competencies that make the jobs
TRs leading to JOBS specific to the
environment-friendly can be purposively
preservation of the environment
added or required

“Palero” on solid waste


management (but is this
RAC NCs : v-a-v HCFC phase-out
decent?); Pest Management;
Existing TRs competencies on recovery, recycling
Photovoltaic Technician;
(246) and retrofitting per RAC Code of
Hydroponics; Vertical Gardening;
Practice (COP) 2012
Carbon Emission Technicians,
Seaweeds Farming; etc.

Future TRs
33 TRs on-going
(for 2016 development/updating
onwards)
Programs Curricula

JOBS
KSAs
TVIs
TVET INSTITUTIONS

WORKPLACES TESDA Policies

People
Learning Materials
SKILL
Bolabs NITESD SCOMPETENCY
ASSESSMENT TOOLS
FCCCII-TESDA Green Technology Center groundbreaking 2/7/14
DOLE SEC. BALDOZ
This is part of the celebration of the 60th year of FCCCII. There are a lot of activities in
the celebration --Trade Fair 20th; Gala Night Feb29th.
Giving skills to trainees … 21st Century World of Work: Green Technology, Green
Skills, Green Jobs. In DOLE, Green workplaces … Graduates of techvoc are taken
from the stigma of being classified as second-class citizens … TESDA as the agency
that ensures that the skills and competencies of Filipino workers are quality…in 202
countries where OFWs work

… students in preparation of the K-12 to acquire knowledge in Green Technology, the


better… choose greener jobs in the market …

In the construction sites, structures must be climate resistant, typhoon resilient, and
sustainable …

Looks at TESDA to come up with twice or thrice as many TRs and that this facility be a
SEC. JOEL VILLANUEVA model to all TVIs … We have to be ready with climate change … Climate adaptable
Green Technology
Power in GREEN skills; Power in GREEN Jobs;
towards a GREENER TVET in the Philippines It is a great honor that the FCCCII chose TESDA as a partner.
with the increasing economic potentials in the country, there has
to be right skills… FCCCII President Dr. Alfonso Siy
In 2012 National TVET Congress, green skills was a declared
concern … There has to be more than just doing landscapes, It is the dream, of the federation to find ways to help the country---TESDA
ornamental gardens The OFWs as unsung heroes … they must be properly trained … increase in income
Maybe we can call this center FCCCII-TESDA Green Technology Innovation Center
This facility will be a GREEN SKILLS HUB … TGITC towards a green
Philippine economy… It started in a Deed of Donation signed January 21 2014 … for a 2-storey building …
Thanked FCCCII for the facility that will position us in the GREEN in order that TESDA create more jobs …
TVET in the country One of the many projects being undertaken by the FCCCII in celebration of its 60th
year…
This is a State of the Art facility that will usher more and more A Training Center supportive of GREEN TECHNOLOGY
meaningful jobs to the Filipino people Recognize Global Climate Change … countries find solutions to adapt and innovate
… increase employment opportunities. Therefore TGT Programs … Very happy for
Declared February 7, 2014 as FIL-CHI Friendship Day the donation.
• Hydroponics, Vertical Landscaping, Photovoltaic,
Direct
Training e-trike & e-bike servicing
Provision

• GREEN Products Fair, Paper presentations, Green Jobs


Product Fair, Policy Forum (Philippine Green Jobs Act of 2016,
/services Clear Air Act, ZERO Waste), GREEN entrepreneurs
Exposition

Best
• GREEN TVET campuses, GREEN workplaces
practices

• GTC Website, publications, newsletter, journals, GREEN


GREEN library, GREEN souvenir items (GREEN shirts, mugs, caps,
business etc)
center
The TESDA Green
Technology Center is The TESDA Green Technology
envisioned as a state-of- Center will be the new hub
the-art building which shall for various Green technical
cater to various trainees, vocational education and
clients and stakeholders in training programs.
different fields and areas of The Center will showcase
technical vocational different green technology
education and training. programs such solar-powered
The center is envisioned to lighting, vertical gardening,
be a campus of ideas and landscaping, hydroponics,
resources towards inverter technology, and E-
environmental innovation trike Servicing.
and stewardship
How Green is Our Landscape?
• Soil Quality – rich in
organic matter
• Eco-Friendly – by feeding
the soil with compost
• Irrigation Techniques and
Moisture Retention –
drip irrigation for less
water consumption
• Recycled Goods – use
recycled materials such
as mulch for compost
and hardscape using
stones nearby to retain
soil
Modelling
TGTC shall serve as a model in green technology in sustaining
better and healthier environment, with features such as:

• Vertical gardens and landscaping as showcase of course offerings


• Implementation of waste segregation system
• Use of solar panels / lighting
• Use of recyclable materials (supplies/training materials)
• No parking space (carless campus) - encourages walking rather
than riding to the TGTC; promotes conservation of resources
(gas/fuel)
Seminars/ Symposia

Exhibits and Technical Learning Sessions

Regular Training Programs to be Offered


1. Photovoltaic System Installation and Maintenance
2. Landscaping
3. Hydroponics
4. Vertical Gardening
5. e–Trike Servicing
6. Inverter Technology

Networking/ Partnerships/ Advocacies

Community Extension Service


PHILIPPINE GREEN JOBS ACT OF 2016
• RA 10771
• . . . employment that contributes to preserving or
restoring the quality of the environment, be it in
agriculture, industry or services sector…

• granted special tax deductions and duty-free importation of capital


equipment for companies that will help create a “green economy” for
the country

• . . . business enterprises that generate and sustain


green jobs shall enjoy special deduction from the taxable
income equivalent to 50% of the total expenses for skills
training and research development expenses.
PHILIPPINE GREEN JOBS ACT OF 2016
• RA 10771
• Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Act of
2010;
• Organic Agriculture Act of 2010;
• Renewable Energy Act or 2008;
• Biofuels Act of 2006;
• Clean Water Act of 2004;
• Ecological Solid Waste Act of 2000;
• Clean Air Act of 1999;
• Fisheries Code of 1998
Source: Country Paper on TVET and Sustainable Development (Dir. Elmer K. Talavera, CESO III)
GREENING TVET INDICATORS

GREEN GREEN
culture Campus
GREENING
TVET
indicators
GREEN GREEN
Research curriculum

GREEN
Community
Source: “Developing a Greening TVET
Framework” by Prof. Shyamal Majumdar, Ph. D.,
GREENING TVET INDICATORS

GREEN
Campus
GREENING
TVET
indicators • Green policy and
objectives
• Resource management
• Management systems
for M&E
Source: “Developing a Greening TVET
Framework” by Prof. Shyamal Majumdar, Ph. D.,
GREENING TVET INDICATORS

• Green programs and courses


• Green practices in classroom
and lab
GREENING • Industry–Institute
TVET interaction
indicators
GREEN
curriculum

Source: “Developing a Greening TVET


Framework” by Prof. Shyamal Majumdar, Ph. D.,
GREENING TVET INDICATORS

GREENING
TVET
indicators
• Green practices at
community level
• Community participation
• Innovative programs and
GREEN
Community
projects Source: “Developing a Greening TVET
Framework” by Prof. Shyamal Majumdar, Ph. D.,
GREENING TVET INDICATORS
• Research programs in
Sustainable
Development
• Impact and Outcome
• Management and
GREENING
Monitoring
TVET
indicators
GREEN
Research

Source: “Developing a Greening TVET


Framework” by Prof. Shyamal Majumdar, Ph. D.,
GREENING TVET INDICATORS
• Participation and
involvement
• Innovative programs
GREEN
culture
GREENING
TVET
indicators

Source: “Developing a Greening TVET


Framework” by Prof. Shyamal Majumdar, Ph. D.,
• Recognition,
Validation &
Accreditation (RVA)
of GREEN SKILLS

• Recognizing
GREEN SKILLS in
non-formal learning
settings: A
comparative study
in Asia
• Piloting the model in selected countries
Pro-GOD, pro-ENVIRONMENT, pro-PEOPLE, pro-COUNTRY
Have a nice

GREEN LUNCH
daghang salamat .
1st BIMP–EAGA TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL
EDUCATION AND TRAINING (TVET) FORUM
July 18-19, 2016 RTC-KorPhil Davao City, Philippines

Green TVET
(Green Skills Development)

Presented by:

Exec. Dir. ELMER K. TALAVERA, CESO III


National Institute for Technical Education and Skills Development
Technical Education and Skills Development Authority