Project Title

Strengthening Innovative Skills Training and Education for Increasing Workers' Inclusion in the Digital Age 

Project Year

2018   

Project Number

HRD 03 2018A 

Project Session

Session 1   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

HRD 03 2018A 

Project Title

Strengthening Innovative Skills Training and Education for Increasing Workers' Inclusion in the Digital Age 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: General Fund 

Project Year

2018 

Project Session

Session 1 

APEC Funding

92,000 

Co-funding Amount

15,885 

Total Project Value

107,885 

Sponsoring Forum

Human Resource Development Working Group (HRDWG) 

Topics

Human Resources Development 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Viet Nam 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Australia; Chile; Indonesia; Japan; Malaysia; Russia; Singapore; Thailand 

Expected Start Date

01/08/2018 

Expected Completion Date

30/12/2019 

Project Proponent Name 1

Nguyen Minh Hang 

Job Title 1

Deputy Director General 

Organization 1

APEC 2017 National Committee 

Postal Address 1

No 6 Ba Huyen Thanh Quan Str, Ba Dinh District, Ha Noi, Viet Nam 

Telephone 1

84-24 32373031 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

apecmofavn@gmail.com 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Nguyen Minh Hang 

Project Summary

This project aims to develop a set of recommendations on innovative education/training to address the issues of skill gaps and low-skill workers’ marginalization as a subsequence of The 4th Industrial Revolution. The project will include a 2-day Workshop to be held in Viet Nam in September 2018, which brings together various stake-holders from APEC and related organizations to: (i) assess the impacts of digitalization and automation on vulnerable workers; (ii) share best practices and coordinate policy measures on how to utilize innovative education and training to help workers update their skills and knowledge to increase their employability and actively participate in rapidly changing economic environment; (iii) To identify focused areas of cooperation in innovative education/training to meet  new market demands; and (iv) develop a compendium of recommendations to submit to HRDWG. 

The project matches with the key priorities of the ASF General Funding for 2018, including: Developing Human Capital; Facilitating technology flows and harnessing technology for the future; Integration into global economy; Addressing social dimension of globalization.

Relevance

Relevance – Region: The 4th Industrial Revolution has biased relative labour demand in favour of skilled workers since modern technologies will require more brain and less brawn compared to the industrial era. Computers and skilled workers, in other words, complement each other well, and will leave unskilled workers increasingly less space in the labour market. These changes will likely render various occupations obsolete and expose more workers to vulnerable employment, which will affect 50 per cent of jobs in Southeast Asia and the Pacific, and 40 per cent in East Asia[1]. Evidence shows that the risk of automation could deny poorer economies the opportunity for economic development resulting in new digital divides and greater inequality.

The Asia-Pacific is considered as the driver of global economic growth but today’s workers across the Asia-Pacific region are finding that jobs increasingly require new and innovative digital skills and competencies. Effective training in and delivery mechanisms for such skills are in short supply, creating barriers to both meaningful employment and an efficient workforce[2] to meet new business demands. The low digital literacy level of an increasing portion of the workforce is poised to become a pressing, common concern for all APEC members, as the widening skill gaps prevent APEC economies from utilizing their workforce in the rapidly changing economic environment.

Relevance – Eligibility: The project matches with the key priorities of the ASF General Funding for 2018, including:

·   Developing Human Capital;

· Facilitating technology flows and harnessing technology for the future;

·  Integration into global economy;

·  Addressing social dimension of globalization.

Relevance – Capacity Building: The project intends to develop capacity through the exchange of information and knowledge among participating APEC member economies.

It will also contribute to identifying capacities, experiences, best practices required to narrow the gaps in educations and training between developed and developing economies in APEC.

It is anticipated that the project will lead to exchange of policy measures, best practices and recommendations on innovative skills training and education will contribute towards raising awareness for disadvantaged people in the digital age.


[1]. According to 2016 (ILO) report: "ASEAN in Transformation: How Technology is Changing Jobs and Enterprises?", automation could have significant implications for labour-intensive manufacturing sectors. It could result in large displacement of mostly low-skilled workers. In the auto sector alone, over 60% of salaried workers in Indonesia and 73% in Thailand could be displaced by automated production. In Viet Nam, about 75% of workers in electronics and 86% in apparel and footwear are also at risk of automation.

[2] . See recent research including: “Digital Labor Markets and Global Talent Flows,” Horton, Kerr, Stanton (2017). Also see recent APEC Project DARE and Global Competencies at http://www.apecglobalcompetencies.com 

Objectives

Assess the impacts of digitalization and automation on vulnerable workers, through the sharing of information of the government participants from APEC economies and  and research report of scholars and representatives from international organisation.

Share best practices and coordinate policy measures on how to utilize innovative education and training to help workers update their skills and knowledge to increase their employability and actively participate in rapidly changing economic environment;

Identify focused areas of cooperation in innovative education/training to meet  new market demands; and develop a set of recommendations on medium-term to long-term innovative approaches to education and skills development to increase employability for the workers (including new entrants to the labour market, older workers or seasoned workforce); and

Develop a compendium of recommendations to submit to HRDWG to build up the new Action Plan that follow the ongoing 2015-2018 Action Plan.

Alignment

Alignment - APEC:  

This project responds to APEC Leaders’ instructions on the goals of inclusive growth and quality human resource development in the Digital Age in 2017 where they committed to “strengthening human resources development, including through education and life-long learning, technical and vocational education and training (TVET), and up- and re-skilling to increase workers’ employability, mobility and preparedness for the digital age; and ensure that active labour market policies can better match the needs of the labour market with various aspects of skills training and development.”

This project contributes to the implementation of 2 important documents adopted as annexes of APEC Leaders’ Declaration 2017: (I) the Action Agenda on Advancing Economic, Financial and Social Inclusion (Item 6.c: strengthening human resource development policies for the digital age and the future of work, including by intensifying efforts for re-skilling and life-long learning and targeting workers displaced by structural changes); and (ii) the Framework on Human Resources Development in the Digital Age as it respond well to these specific taskings mentions in the Framework, as follows:

-  assess the impact of digitalization and automation on labour market outcomes, demand and supply, and policy intervention, including structural adjustment policies to increase workforce participation, support the reintegration of displaced workers and sectoral, occupational and geographical mobility;

-  examine labour market challenges for vulnerable groups and policy measures  that support their adaptability to structural change;

-  identify approaches to government-wide policies that support labour market adaptability, employment, life-long learning and workforce participation; and

-  anticipate and identify the future skills and competencies in the region that  will  be required to meet the need of emerging technologies and digitalization across the life- long learning continuum; and

-  investigate and share information on the best means and best practice in teaching, learning, and distance-learning of those skills in need in the digital age.

-  It is also  in alignment with the general theme of APEC 2018 Harnessing Inclusive Opportunities, Embracing the Digital Future. 

Alignment – Forum: By focusing on  exploring best policy practices for the vulnerable groups and measures to enhance innovative skills training, this project aligns well with all three priority area of the APEC HRDWG Action Plan 2015- 2018: (i) Supporting   inclusive   and   sustainable   growth   to   address   the   social   dimensions   of   globalization,  including  equality  and  needs  of  vulnerable  groups; (ii) Enhancing  human  resource  quality  to  meet  supply  chain  demands; (iii) Facilitating mobility of  labor  and  skills  development. 

This project also directly links to directly support the implementation the two key approaches ( to accelerate innovation and to increase employability) of APEC Education Strategy 2016-2030  and Action Plan of APEC Education Strategy, which has been endorsed in 2016 and 2017 respectively.

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: 

-  A Workshop in Jan 2019: A two-day event in Ha Noi, with time allotted to develop conclusions and recommendations.  The Workshop Agenda will cover 4 main sessions: to assess the impacts of digitalization and automation and changes of labour market demands on the vulnerable workers; the sharing of experiences, measures, and best practices among economies; identification of potential areas for cooperation and law/regulation harmonisation; and a concluding session to adopt the Summary Report and Compendium of Recommendations.

-   A survey of participants to gauge the effectiveness of the Workshop. The survey will be tailored based on APEC Project Evaluation Survey Template (BMC1-2014), with slight modification to match with the Workshop. The survey will target all participants of the Workshop

-  A collection of documents and presentations from the speakers presented at the Workshop will be shared to participants (some in hard copies and cloud links) and submit to APEC Secretariat and Chair of HRDWG.

-   A Summary Report to capture the whole discussion, best practices, recommendations, survey results.

-  A Compendium of Recommendations, which aims to provide to HRDWG members  at least 10 key recommendations   to consider incorporating into the new Action Plan (2019-2021) that follow up the  the current  HRDWG’s Action Plan 2015-2018 titled ”Promoting quality employment and strengthening people-to-people connectivity through HRD.

-  The contractor will be the key focal point in preparing the discussion papers (inluding baseline statistics, an overview report of the situation in APEC regions, key topic questions), preparing survey, taking note, drafting the summary report  liasing with members to finetune the recommendations and summary reports. A staff of the contractor will be in charge of checking the language of all the documents to ensure the Summary Report, Compendium of Recommendations, and other written outputs associated with this project, be presented to the Secretariat in a standard of English which requires no further copy-editing and in accordance with the Guidebook on APEC Projects, the APEC Publication Guidelines and the APEC Logo Guidelines

Outcomes: 

-  In the short term, participants will be benefited from what they learned from each other at the workshop. In many similar events, the participants often asked for copies of presentations and speeches they find relevant to their economies and will make use of them in their relevant works (policy making, research, teaching...)

-  At the regular HRDWG Meetings, The PO will ask for members to voluntarily brief on state of play of innovative training and the progress of applying the recommendations from the workshop in each economies.

-  The most important medium term outputis thatthe project aims to contribute 10 key recommendations to the 2019-2021 Action Plan of the HRDWG. As agreed among the members, HRDWG has been developing their Action Plan in the period of 3 year cycle, and 2019 will be the timeline for the new Action Plan that follow up the current 2015-2018 Action Plan. The current APEC HRD Action Plan 2015-2018 titled ”Promoting quality employment and strengthening people-to-people connectivity through HRD”, is somewhat outdated as it could not capture many profound changes (digitalisation, artificial intelligence, automation, 3D printing[1]) in the global context due to the 4th Industrial Revolution and the emerging Digital Age, and therefore lacks the measures and common action plan for adapting with the new context. Leaders have also identified broad direction for HRDWG to focus on through “ the Framework on Human Resources Development in the Digital Age”. Considering the Leaders’ Instruction, the timeline for reviewing the Action Plan, it will be crucial for the New Action Agenda to take on the analysis and recommendations of this project, together with some other projects on Digital Literacy, Digital and Distance-Learning Technologies, etc, which are timely and relevant to the new 4IR context.

- Consider the Leaders’ instructions and the relevancy of the project,once the recommendations from the Project are taken into the new Action Plan, they will be the source for actions of HRDWG in the next 3-year Action Plan. Members will be requested to initiate projects and carry out activities in line with the new Action Plan.

-  KPIs will also be set by measuring the number of project/activities that respond to the items in the Action Plan.

-  The regular HRDWG Meetings (organised biannually) will be the checkpoint when the members brief each other on the progress of work (changes of policy/regulation, adoption of new policies/regulation, and improvement of training programs/curriculums) related to the new Action Plan.

Beneficiaries: The target beneficiaries of this project are:

-  Policy makers/regulators: participants (senior desk officers to Deputy Director-Generals, Director -Generals) from the government agencies (equivalent to the Ministry of Labour and Ministry of Education in Viet Nam) who should have background knowledge on HRD and training and can fully engage in the discussion on the challenges of innovations (Artificial Intelligence, 3d Printing, nano-tech..) on low-tech workers and

-  Educators/trainers from Polytechnic, Vocational training institutes and equivalents: People who have the background knowledge and ability to share their experiences on the challenges of the digital age toward unskilled/low-skill workers

-  MSMEs: Representatives who can talk about challenge in HRD and HRM in their business in the context of the Digital Age

-  International  and Regional Organisations (UN bodies, ILO, OECD, WEF, ASEAN,: Representative who have deep background knowledge and can share about the broad overview of international cooperation on the issue, and can give suggestion on measures and best practices from their respective organisations.

-  Academia/scholars on Education and HRD Training, as selected by members, who have been doing research in this field and can present on suggested measures/recommendations.

-  Representatives from related Groups in APEC (ECSG, TELWG, PPSTI, HRDWG, SMEWG, ABAC), who can offer insights about ongoing work in their Group and opportunities of synergy and collaboration.

- Representatives from the workers/employees: The PO will try to invite senior workers/employees and ask them to share about how the changing technologies affect their work and how

- Women and Youth Representative: Women and Youth will also be invited to talked about their difficulties/challenges and their demand for innovative training and education in the new context.

-  The low-tech workers are expected to be the indirect beneficiaries of  the Workshop in the longer term, as the project, together with other similar activities in HRDWG on this subject, bring about changes in perception and create more attention to training opportunities for the workers.


[1] A Report by WEF named “Future of Jobs” state that as many as 7.1 million jobs could be lost through redundancy, automation or disintermediation, with the greatest losses in white-collar office and administrative roles. This loss is predicted to be partially offset by the creation of 2.1 million new jobs, mainly in more specialized “job families”, such as Computer and Mathematical or Architecture and Engineering.

Dissemination

Hard copies will be provided to all the participants.  Electronic publication will also be used to disseminate the  documents (agenda, speeches, powerpoint presentations from speakers, Summary Report, Compendium of Recommendation)widely. The  Summary Report and Compendium of Recommendations, after being endorsed by the Workshop and thoroughly check for compliance with APEC Project Guidebook, APEC Publications, IP and Logo Guidelines,  will be submitted to the Publication Section of the APEC Website.  Websites of the  Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs, ILO could also be used to disseminate the information with hyperlink to APEC website.

The Compendium and Summary Report will be submitted at the Publication Section on the APEC Website.

A press release on the Workshop will be published on relevant media including the official newspaper of MOFA Viet Nam (www.baoquocte.vn), and that of Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (www.laodong.vn).

The target audience includes those who are interested in, involved directly or indirectly in including governments’ officials, educator, trainers, representatives from business and business associations.  There is no intention to sell the outputs delivered by this project. Member economies are expected to disseminate results of the Workshop with their respective agencies and business communities through their websites. All organizations, academia and other participants involved in the Workshop are also expected to share its outcomes. A follow-up communication on this regard will be circulated a month after the Workshop.

There is no intention to sell outputs arising from this project.

All the reports and related communication materials will comply with APEC Publications, IP and Logo Guidelines.

Gender

Gender issue is seriously considered in this projects. Women are involved in the development of this proposal and both men and women will get equal opportunity to participate in the project implementation including in the process of preparatory stage, consultation and direct labours, etc. In addition, to address gender concern and make sure that men and women are engaged efficiently in the workshop. The Contractor will help collect sex-disaggregated data of participants and speakers/experts.

Female participation as speakers or delegates to the workshop will be encouraged based on the highest efficiency of the project, therefore, the percentage of female speakers and participants will be decided at a later stage. However, the organizers will make sure that women are most encouraged and created favorable conditions to take part in and contribute to the workshop by disseminating information and invitation to as many women as possible. For example, invitations will be sent through APEC PPWE (Policy Partnership on Women and the Economy), Women Business Associations of Viet Nam and APEC member economies if available to invite and draw their attention to the workshop. The project aims to target at least 30% of female participation.


Work Plan

Timing

Activities

Deliverables

Feb 2018 – Mar 2018

Develop and submit concept note to APEC for consideration.

Concept Note

Mar 2018 – May 2018

Develop the full Project Proposal.

Proposal

June 2018 - July 2018

Contractor Finalize the Proposal

Proposal that met the Quality assessment

July 2018- 30 Sept 2018

. Contact relevance academies/agencies to find the candidate contractors

·   Request for submission of CVs and related qualifications

·   Interview and select the candidate

·   Draft the TOR

·   Prepare the justification letter to APEC Sec

·   Inform the selected candidate on the contract’s terms and conditions

·    PO and Contractor sign the contract

·   The ToR or Scope of Services;

·   CV of a recommended contractor;

·   A written justification for the choice of contractor.

·    Notice that the recommended contractor agrees to the standard contract terms and conditions; and

·   Notice of declaration from the contractor

1 Oct - 31 Oct 2018

·   Contractor to prepare Pre-workshop background documents and draft Agenda

·   PO to work with co-sponsors to identify speakers and to consult on the theme and method of organisation

·   Pre-Workshop Documents (An overview report  of the situation in APEC and relevant statistics) and Draft Agenda

·   Preliminary list of speakers

1 Nov – 15 Nov 2018

·   PO to circulate the Agenda and background documents for co-sponsors and members’ comments

·   PO to send out invitation to speakers and request them to prepare presentations

·   Draft Agenda with information of key speakers

15 November – 30 Nov 2018

·   PO and Contractor to check the feed back and make adjusment to the Agenda and background documents

·   PO to check on the response of speakers and make necessary adjustment if speakers do not  response.

·   Revised Agenda and confirmed list of speakers

December

The Contractor to continue to prepare for substantive issues of the Workshop.

The organizer to send out invitation to all participants, preparing finance, advance payment, secure venue and services for the workshop

·   Finalised Agenda and confirmed list of speakers

·   Financial portfolio of the Workshop

·   Preparation checklist

Jan 2019

Organize the Workshop

Contractor circulate the evaluation form and collect the result by end of the workshop

Contractor draft the Summary Report

Contractor draft the Compendium of Recommendation

·   Background research and documents submitted by contractor

·   Activities carried out

·   Summary Report (first draft)

·   Compendium of Recommendations (first draft)

·   Publication on APEC website

·   collected and reviewed

February

Circulate the  outcomes of the Workshop to HRDWG and propose next steps.

Contractor circulate by email the Summary Report to Workshop participants and finalize within February

Contractor circulate the Compendium of Recommendation to Workshop participants and finalize within February

·   Final Summary Report

·   Final Compendium of Recommendations

April

Submit the Completion Report and supporting documents to the APEC Secretariat

Completion Report and supporting document

August 2019

Participate in the Long term evaluation of APEC Projects conducted by the Secretariat

Long term evaluation report


Risks

- To ensure that the workshop is effective, early consultation (4 months before the Workshop)  on its content and methodology would be held with APEC experts, external Contractors and international agencies.

- In order to ensure the workshop a success with widespread and appropriate participants, early invitation and consultation with APEC members’ relevant departments and international agencies will be conducted (2 months before the Workshop), Organizer will limit the number of participants, check positions and CVs, invite observers to avoid the situation of too many people participating in the workshop or participants are not qualified to discuss the issues. Organizer will maintain communications with participants, do a check early enough to allow postponement, and has a list of possible replacement participants,

- Another risk is short of capable speakers. The organizer will make sure to work closely with potential speakers to secure their participation and ask for a soft copy of presentation within 2 months before the Workshop.

- To avoid duplication, three months before the Workshop the PO will consult closely with the overseer of relevant projects (mentioned in item 12 below) to identify any overlapping contents.

Besides, any delays or untimely preparation will be strictly addressed. At the early implementation stage of this project, an ad-hoc team which is in charge of visa application, contract engagement, and participants confirmation will be established to guarantee internal deadlines. Organizers will also secure backup venue, keep financial reserve to cover unforeseen costs.

Monitoring and Evaluation

These following information and indicators will be monitor and evaluate:

-  The number of participants, speakers, press invited at the activities, indicators are the acceptance of the HRDWG members and other relevant stakeholders of the Workshop, which are targetted to be at least 100 participants, 8 international speakers.

-  Agenda and list of speakers, the survey, and Workshop papers are timely prepared and collected.

-  The PO will evaluate whether the Workshop meets its set objectives. This can be assessed comparing what participants gain from the Workshop (using baseline and endline evaluation surveys)

-  On the output of the project, indicators will include the conduct of the Workshop as planned, and completion of reports and proceedings as scheduled, the Compendium of Recommendation to cover about 10 key recommendations.

- Stakeholder feedback will be gathered through a Workshop evaluation form which will cover assessment on objectives, content, speaker effectiveness, knowledge achieved and logistical preparations.

- The project will seek to ensure that presenters/speakers and participants have a significant female representation which is targeted at least at thirty percent.

- The project will also be evaluated based on the economies’ participation in the Workshop, which target no less than 13 economies

-   The PO will also monitor the download count of the summary report.

In a longer terms, the number of recommendations from the Workshop being reflected in the Action Plan 2019-2020 (to be released in the 2nd quarter of 2019) will be an indicators  to be monitored

Linkages

We will either invite or seek consultation from members from related Groups in APEC such as: EC, ECSG, GOS, PPSTI, PPWE, SMEWG, TELWG and GOFD, and other non- APEC stakeholders such as ILO, UNDP, WB, WEF, and OECD, ASEAN...

There are many projects on education and training in HRDWG and related Groups but few projects emphasize directly the changes of the 4th Industrial Revolution. Most recently, a project proposed by US on ”Digital Workforce Development: Leveraging Digital and Distance-Learning Technologies to Build a 21st Century Workforce through Improved Career and Technical Education”  has been approved.  This project focus on Digital and Distance-Learning Technologies, meanwhile our project will focus on Policies that foster innovative training for disadvantaged workers. We will work closely with the US to make sure collaboration and complementary between these two. We also have another project on Enhancing Digital Literacy for Women and Girls, in which the focus is on the specific subject of women and girls.

APEC is the right source of fund of this project as this project respond to many commitments and instruction of APEC Leaders and Ministers. Many researches done by  the PSU and HRDWG have identified that Improving Human Resource as one of the key breakthroughs for creating a new dynamism for growth in APEC.

Sustainability

2018 is a deadline for the HRDWG to review the Action Plan 2015-2018 and prepare for the follow up Action Plan from 2019 toward 2021. This project aims to provide intellectual feed to the construction of the Action Plan. Once the recommendations from the Project are taken into the new Action Plan, they will be the source for actions of HRDWG in the next 3-year Action Plan. Members will be requested to initiate projects and carry out activities in line with the new Action Plan.

Two months before the Workshop, KPIs will also be set by measuring the number of project/activities that respond to the items in the Action Plan.

The regular HRDWG Meetings (organised biannually) will be the checkpoint when the members brief each other on the progress of work (changes of policy/regulation, adoption of new policies/regulation, improvement of training programs/curricula) related to the new Action Plan.

HRD by nature is a crosscutting area of cooperation, Improvement of innovative training for the low-tech workers will benefit all region and all the relating Groups such as SMEWG, PPWE, GOFD, ABAC.

Project Overseers

 

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Contractor: will work with speakers and discussants in drafting, revising and finalizing agenda; conduct researches, collect, analyze and synthesize data; develop curriculum for the Workshop; take notes; develop and finalize the report of the Workshop with recommendations; work as a coordinator in all substantive matters(215 hours total), seek APEC Funding.


Waivers

Waiver

Justification

Waiver for advance payment

Travel airfare, per diem for speakers, active participants – to encourage participation in the project as many speakers and participants are not able to attend the Workshop because of reimbursement. 

Waiver is sought to invite up to 10 speaker to the Workshop

PO requests for funding of up to 10 speakers for both days. In order to make this project a success, the PO strongly believes that experts from public and academic sectors should be invited to share their studies’ outputs and experiences. Their inputs will still be required during the last session that will include discussions of the participating APEC economies on recommendations of the Workshop to the HRDWG.

The number of speakers if reaches 10 will be discussed and decided by the PD based on case by case.  The PO will provide justifications for the PD’s decision. 


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