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4th SEA Creative Camp

Background
Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) has been identified as one of the seven priority areas of SEAMEO Education Agenda for development in Southeast Asia, which were agreed at the Strategic Dialogue of Education Ministers (SDEM) meeting in September 2014. According to the 2nd High Officials Meeting (HOM) on SEA-TVET in Bali, May 2016, and the 3rd HOM on SEA-TVET in Kuala Lumpur in May 2017 highlighted the regional strategies to improve 21st skills, global competitiveness, innovative and creativity of TVET students. Besides the issues of creative industry, industry 4.0, digital careers and trends of future work were recommended to be integrated in TVET education for preparing our Southeast Asian youths with advanced knowledge and skills which are necessary for future careers in globalisation. In response to the above regional policy directions and recommendations from the high officials’ meetings, the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organizations (SEAMEO) in cooperation with Ministry of Education and Culture of Indonesia and SEAMEO Centres have organised the following SEA-Creative Camp in 2018.

1st SEA Creative Camp “Future Careers for Youths”: Feb-May 2018
Supported by the Ministry of Education and Culture of Indonesia, the 7 online courses conducted successfully during February-May 2018 with approximately 5,197 participants or 1,507 teams from 452 schools in 7 countries, namely, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand, China, and India. 

2nd Creative Camp “Future Careers for Youths”: May-August 2018
The SEAMEO Secretariat in collaboration with SEAMEO Regional Centres, conducted the 2nd Phase of SEA Creative Camp during May-August 2018 for high schools/colleges/universities students (15-21 years old) and teachers in Southeast Asia and beyond. To leverage the capacity of winners and develop partnership among schools, the winning schools of the 1st phrase were invited to deliver the trainings and lectures at this 2nd Phrase Online Workshops. There were approximately 1,115 students, 207 teachers from 208 schools in 4 countries, namely, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, and Thailand participated in the 2nd SEA Creative Camp. 

2nd Creative Camp “Future Careers for Youths”: May-August 2018
The SEAMEO Secretariat in collaboration with SEAMEO Regional Centres, conducted the 2nd Phase of SEA Creative Camp during May-August 2018 for high schools/colleges/universities students (15-21 years old) and teachers in Southeast Asia and beyond. To leverage the capacity of winners and develop partnership among schools, the winning schools of the 1st phrase were invited to deliver the trainings and lectures at this 2nd Phrase Online Workshops. There were approximately 1,115 students, 207 teachers from 208 schools in 4 countries, namely, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, and Thailand participated in the 2nd SEA Creative Camp. 

3rd SEA Creative Camp “Future Careers for Youths: Integration with Entrepreneurship”
SEAMEO Secretariat in collaboration with SEAMEO Regional Centres, Ministry of Education and Culture and Ministry of Research Technology and Higher Education of Indonesia will organise the 3rd SEA Creative Camp “Future Careers for Youth: Integration with Entrepreneurship” during September 2018- January 2019. The programme will be launched for registration in August- September 2018

Objectives of the SEA Creative Camp
Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) has been identified as one of the seven priority areas of SEAMEO Education Agenda for development in Southeast Asia, which were agreed at the Strategic Dialogue of Education Ministers (SDEM) meeting in September 2014. According to the 2nd High Officials Meeting (HOM) on SEA-TVET in Bali, May 2016, and the 3rd HOM on SEA-TVET in Kuala Lumpur in May 2017 highlighted the regional strategies to improve 21st skills, global competitiveness, innovative and creativity of TVET students. Besides the issues of creative industry, industry 4.0, digital careers and trends of future work were recommended to be integrated in TVET education for preparing our Southeast Asian youths with advanced knowledge and skills which are necessary for future careers in globalisation. In response to the above regional policy directions and recommendations from the high officials’ meetings, the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organizations (SEAMEO) in cooperation with Ministry of Education and Culture of Indonesia and SEAMEO Centres have organised the following SEA-Creative Camp in 2018.

  1. To provide intermediate-advanced technical and vocational knowledge and skills in areas of advanced technology, entrepreneurship and competencies to students and teachers in Southeast Asia
  2. To promote global competitiveness, and 21st century, and entrepreneurial skills of students required for their future careers
  3. To encourage creativity and share ideas/practices and innovative projects among the participants
  4. To establish career networking platforms among the specialised group of youths/students/teachers.Participants:It is expected that the SEA Creative Camp will be participated by high school, TVET, and university students and teachers but the age of students must be between 15-21 years old from the Southeast Asian countries, namely, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, Singapore, Timor Leste, and Vietnam. However, the participation from other countries beyond Southeast Asia is welcomed.

Requirements for participants in the SEA Creative Camp:

  • Registration must be applied by a team of students with name of teachers (Please check details of each workshop for the maximum number of teachers and students in each team)• Each school/college can send maximum of 15 teams per 1 workshop.
  • 15-21 years old students who study in secondary school, non-formal education, TVET schools/colleges/ polytechnics, and universities
  • Good command in English communication
  • Participants should have minimum knowledge and skills as required by each workshop.
  • Participants should be able to attend workshop through Webex online system and be able to review the sessions which the participants cannot attend.

Prizes and Certification:
At the end of each workshop, the project outputs will be evaluated and selected the winners. Each workshop will have the following monetary prizes:

  • 1st Prize: 7,000,000 IDR/team
  • 2nd Prize: 6,000,000 IDR/team
  • 3rd Prize: 5,000,000 IDR/teamHowever, the monetary prizes will not be provided if the submission of final project outputs is less than 15 entries for each workshop, and the quality of final project outputs are not eligible as the winners according to the criteria. (This decision depends on the Sponsors).The following certification to the winner, shortlists and participants will be provided at the end of the announcement of winners:

Certificate of Participation:
For all participants (students and teachers) who submit the final project assignments to the Committee.

Certificate of Recognition:
For all winners and shortlisted teams (teachers and students) who can produce outstanding outputs/product models at the end of the workshop.

Certificate of Appreciation:
For all working committee, hosts, workshop committee members, speakers, resource persons and sponsors