|Faculty of Technical and Vocational Education|
The Faculty of Technical and Vocational Education (FTVE) of the Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM), was formally known as the Faculty of Technical Education (FTek).
Our renowned excellences in Teachers Training in Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TT-TVET) niche areas is traceable back to the year 1993 when we started as one of the core departments of the Polytechnics Staff Training Centre (PSTC) that produced qualified polytechnics lecturers and instructors. PSTC was upgraded and renamed as Kolej Universiti Teknologi Tun Hussein Onn (KUiTTHO) on May 1998. On May 27th. 2000, the department was restructured and renamed as the Department of Technical and Vocational Education (DTVE) under the auspices of the Faculty of Engineering Technology, KUiTTHO. On May 1st. 2004, the department was upgraded as the Faculty of Technical Education with the dissolution of Department of Engineering Technology. The rebranding of the faculty to the present new name, is endorsed by the Ministry of Higher Education on June 23rd. 2011, to reflect our continuous and significant contributions to the rapid changes and transformation of the Technical and Vocational Education (TVET) Systems, both locally and abroad.
To educate and train world class, competitive professional human capital in the various discipline, to explore, expand and apply knowledge and modern technologies, in TVET based on tauhidic paradigm.
To educate and train world class, competitive professional human capital in the various discipline within the technical and vocational education, to explore, expand and apply knowledge and modern technologies, based on the concept of Tauhid.
The primary objectives of the Faculty are:
The functions and responsibilities of the
faculty members are closely tied towards fulfilling the vision, mission and
objectives of the Faculty of Technical and Vocational Education through
fulfilling eight areas of academic activities, as the following - The
functions and responsibilities of the faculty members are closely tied
towards fulfilling the vision, mission and objectives of the faculty as well as
eight areas of academic activities listed below:
1.1. Teaching and Learning:
To carry out quality and suitable students centered teaching and
learning approaches in TVET.
1.2 Research and Development
To conduct education industry needs focused research and development
based on contemporary needs for innovative and creative products of the education
and education-related production industries.
1.3 Academic Writings and Publications.
To inculcated a more creative and innovative academic writings and
publications activities in TVET.
To generate smart industries and faculty partnership that enhances
expertise, knowledge, skills and expertise in TVET.
1.5 Lifelong Learning
To inculcated the participation in lifelong learning through seminars,
colloquiums, forum and professional developments workshops in TVET.
1.6 Staff Developments:
To develop a holistic human capital development activities in TVET.
1.7 Community and Social Services:
To foster a sustainable local community-faculty relationship.
1. The Department of Professional Education
2. The Department of Engineering Education
3. Department of Vocational Education
1. Doctor of Philosophy in Technical and Vocational Education
Faculty of Technical and Vocational Education has provided various modern and state-of-the-arts facilities for teaching and learning. These laboratory facilities are administered by the departments of the faculty and being clustered according to their respective specialization, namely the Laboratories of Professional Education Department, the Laboratories of Engineering Education Department, and the Laboratories of Vocational Education Department.
• Multi media and Information Technology Laboratory
• Domestic & Commercial Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Laboratory
The Department of Vocational Education was just established in the year 2012. As the youngest department of the faculty, for the moment we are sharing the exisiting expertise, staff and laboratories facilties with the other departments in the faculty. All of these laboratories comply with DOSH safety guidelines and are in the process of being commissioned to conduct Malaysia Skills Certification (MSC/ SKM) programmes. These laboratories are the following;
• Electrical Wiring Laboratory
Dr. Razali bin Hassan
Faculty of Technical and Vocational Education
Tel No : +607-456 4028/4122/4113/4012/4030/4011
|Last Updated ( Isnin, 29 April 2013 )|