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TVETipedia Community Members List
This is an optional listing of members of the TVETipedia Community. All members are welcome to add their name to the list, together with as much (or as little) personal information as you wish to give. The list is sorted alphabetically.
Ashok K. Gaba, Ph.D., email@example.com
Associate Professor, School of Vocational Education & Training (SOVET), Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), New Delhi (India). I am having 23 years research and teaching experience in Open, Distance and Vocational education system. My area of interest is researching blending learning approach of skill based training programme. I had published research papers (n=25) in national and international journals. I am actively involved in designing and developing skill based programme through distance learning. I am also involved in research and development activities in VET system. At present, I am also Executive Editor of e- Journal of Educational Technology, EduTech (http://www.edutech.net.in/Editors.htm).
I decided to join in TVETipedia community for research and development activities.
Alexandra Palazzolo, mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
In internship at Entrepreneurs du Monde, microcredit association, Phnom Penh, Cambodia,
My mission (april-july 2009) is to evaluate the needs of youth in VTC in Phnom Penh that want to be entrepreneurs or are already. How to sensibilize, prepare and support them into self-employment ? I'd like to have more informations about what knowledge and soft skills that are really helpful for very little businesses, and how to provide it.
Alison Mead Richardson, mailto:email@example.com
Education Specialist, Skills Development: Commonwealth of Learning, Canada/Commonwealth countries
COL is an intergovernmental agency supporting the use of open and distance learning using appropriate technologies in Commonwealth countries. I'd like to explore the use of flexible and blended methodologies in both formal and non-formal skills development. I'm interested in the application of educational technology in TVET so I'm keen to see how this wiki works!
Commonwealth of Learning (http://www.col.org)
Anthony Vernon Corbin,
Education Consultant/Instructor, Trinidad and Tobago, Education Consultant and Instructor attached to the Teacher/Instructor Training Unit at MIC Trinidad and Tobago, with over 30 years of TVET teaching experience at both Secondary and Tertiary levels
Cristina Costa , mailto:C.MendesdaCosta@salford.ac.uk
Research Technologies Development Officer at the University of salford,UK, Active participant in several community of practice member and moderator, including the Webheads in Action. Teacher trainer. PhD student in TEL. Online presence (http://www.knowmansland.com)
Research Faculty Member, Oerp- Ministry of Education (http://www.Tvoccd.sch.ir), Iran, PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Sharif University, Mechanical and Mechatronic Curriculum Developer, Education Consultant/Instructor, Head of Mechanical Group.
Fares Pascal, mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Director, computer science departement president at ISAE CNam Liban, Lebanon
Director of Bekfaya teaching center - CNAM Liban , Computer Science department president and teaching
Senior consultant & project manager/quality manager for online distributed applications solutions based on open source products such j2ee j2me and/or php mysql
Pascal Fares: ISAE Cnam Liban blog (http://www.cofares.net)
Former Programm Assistant and TVET Consultant, UNEVOC Germany
Giorgio Da Bormida , mailto:email@example.com
Director at the ELGI Research Malta  (http://www.elgiconsulting.com). My expertise is in international collaborations and networking. My research interests are in ambient learning, mobile technology and ambient intelligence for training, learning and knowledge sharing. I am actively involved in European Commission's Technology Enhanced Learning research. As Practice Manager of Strategic Initiatives US Company, I am contributing to Competence 2.0 Community of Practice, focused on Rapid Skills Acquisition, through Web 2.0 technologies.  (http://www.strategicinitiatives.com/thought_leadership/competence2.html)< br>
Hassan El-Meligy, mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Business Consultant and ICT Expert, Egypt
My interest in TVET is in the area o LMIS and how ICT can support vocational training in both the adminstration and the education.
Henning Klaffke, mailto:email@example.com
Senior Expert (gtz) Director of Advanced Occupational Standards, Oman,
Since 2005 the gtz together with the ministry of manpower is conducting a project called "Occupational Standards and Skill Testing Centre" (OSSTC) The project will run till 2010 and since now we have established for the main occupation on the level of TVET in Oman Standards and entry level tests based on the concept of work process orientation.
news service for Cedefop (European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training), Thessaloniki, Greece.
Maite Santos, mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Information specialist, Cedefop, Greece
Until 2011, Head of Communications at the UNESCO-UNEVOC International Centre and member of UNEVOC (http://www.unevoc.unesco.org)'s web team.
I am quite excited about the possibilities wiki technology offers for online collaboration, especially in less privileged countries, and I hope that we can pass this enthusiasm on to the global TVET community and UNEVOC networks members in particular.
Mohd Noor Hashim, mailto:email@example.com
Hello! I am an academician at the Faculty of Technical Education, Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Mslaysia. Our niche is in TVET Teachers Education and Training of Industrial Trainers. My specialty is in Curriculum Design, Instruction and Assessment in TVET. I am keen and welcome anyone from the international TVET community to share, collaborate and joint effort in research, publication, presentation and consultancy in wide areas of TVET matters. Please do not hesitate to contact me to know what together we can do. Yes..you are welcome to browse us at http://web.uthm.edu.my/fptek/
Moses Busolo Kataka, mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Assessment Expert, Kenya
Moustafa Wahba, Engineer, mailto:email@example.com
Competency Assurance & TVET Consultant, egypt
I am having a B.Sc in Mechanical Engineering and specialized in Project Management, Capacity Building, Competency Based Education and Training CBET, Competency Assurance Management System CAMS used for training, assessment and verification of trainees and students belonging to Technical and Vocational Education and Training TVET Institutions (TVET Institutes, Vocational Training Centres VTCs & Technical Schools), establishment, development, upgrading and management of TVET Insinuations. I am fully familiarized with Competency Assurance Management System CAMS as a process for Competency Based Assessment, Verification, Quality Assurance QA and Quality Control QC of the TVET System.
Naing Yee Mar, mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Programme Officer at UNESCO-UNEVOC International Centre
Intern in Communication at UNESCO-UNEVOC International Centre
in Bonn, 2009
Rabiu Haruna, a lecturer from department of electrical/electronic technology, School of Technical education, federal College of education (Technical) Bichi, Kano State - Nigeria. mailto:email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Subhash Chander Bansal, mailto:email@example.com
senior lecturer, India
Rafael Barrio, mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello, I have worked for about 15 years as a consultant external to the regional government of Catalonia (Spain) for Development on National System of Qualifications and VET and I would like to share with you, for topics of desing to methodology (evaluation, recognition and accreditation) of the professional competences and professional qualifications that can be acquired by people by means of work experience or by means of other non formal and informal ways of learning.