Hon. Rosalinda Dimapilis Baldoz ASEAN 2015

Report
ASEAN 2015
Where lies the Philippine
Competitive Advantage?
HON. ROSALINDA DIMAPILIS-BALDOZ
Lecture Forum on the theme:
Ensuring Growth that Matters: ASEAN Integration and Inclusive Growth
Parallel Session 2: Education and Human Capital Development in the
Philippines: Bridging the Development Divide
Ateneo De Manila University's Professional Schools
November 12, 2014
“Human resource is the country’s greatest advantage and most prized asset”
- President Benigno S. Aquino III
Integration
People
Economic
Growth
8 Key HRD Reforms
1. Budget priority for education, health and
training
2. K to 12
3. Elimination of bias against technicalvocational education
4. Industry-driven education and training
curricula
8 Key HRD Reforms
5. Strengthened Labor Market institutions
6. Regular, real-time capture of in-demand and
hard-to-fill occupations in KEGs
7. Industry-led school-to-work transition
programs
8. Philippine Qualification Framework (PQF)
alignment with ASEAN Qualifications
Reference Framework (AQRF)
AGRIBUSINESS
agricultural economist, agricultural
engineer, agricultural pilot/crop
duster, agricultural scientist,
agronomist, bioinformatics analyst,
fish biologist, floriculturist, food
chemist, geneticist, marine biologist,
marine scientist, marine technician,
plant entomologist, plant pathologist,
soil scientist, taxonomist,
aquaculturist, chemist, horticulturist,
naval architect
CONSTRUCTION
agricultural designer, environment
management engineer/urban
planner, fabricator, pipe fitter,
scaffolding installer, steel fabricator,
structural engineer, structural fitter,
computer numeric control machinist,
geologist, safety engineer, surveyor
IT/BPM
2D digital animator,
animation artist, animation
checker, animation technician,
clean-up artist, in-between
artist, in-between checker,
layout artist, mechatronics
engineer, medical
transcription editor, MIS
developer, multimedia artist,
platform engineer, specialist
(learning solution), human
resource specialist
HEALTH & WELLNESS
biochemical engineer, clinical
instructor, cosmetic dentist, cosmetic
surgeon, laboratory technician,
microbiologist, physical therapist,
radiological technician
HOTEL, RESTAURANT & TOURISM
airport representative, cake decorator,
cuisine chef, customer service
assistant, event coordinator, executive
chef, food beverage assistant, food
safety expert, ice carver, gourmet
chef, interpreter, licensed wine
experts, magician, multilingual tour
guide, agri-tourism specialist,
operations manager, aquaculturist,
horticulturist
WHOLESALE & RETAIL TRADE
administrative officer, building
administrative officer, leasing
manager, management
analyst, marketing officer,
treasury assistant, human
resource specialist, operations
manager
MINING
mining engineer, miner
(skilled) volcanologist,
meteorologist, geoscientist,
chemist, geologist, surveyor
TRANSPORT & LOGISTICS
account executive, aircraft
maintenance mechanic,
fiberglass applicator, gantry
operator, operations analyst,
pilot, trade development
specialist, CNC machinist,
safety engineer
MANUFACTURING
assembler, automation
technician, fleet
supervisor/manager,
plant operator, quality
assurance officer,
quality assurance
specialist, sewer,
furniture maker,
chemist
REAL ESTATE
rural and urban planner,
surveyor
POWER & UTILITIES
chemist, geologist,
geoscientist
SHIPBUILDING
naval architect,
underwater welder
RENEWABLE ENERGY
ethanol machine processing
operator
Indicator
Labor Market Efficiency
Flexibility in wage determination
Pay and Productivity
Country capacity to retain talent
Country capacity to attract talent
Reliance on professional
management
Cooperation between Labor and
Management
Hiring and Firing Practices
Redundancy cost in weeks in salary
Women in Labor Force, ratio to
Men
2010
2011 2012
Baseline
2013
Signal
100
109
44
71
76
+
+
+
+
113
96
74
113
102
76
103
117
57
104
91
71
48
50
38
32
+
65
55
38
34
+
110
109
113
118
108
120
117
124
-
99
103
109
111
-
HRD-Related DW Indicators
Indicator
Youth
unemployment
rate (%)
Workers certified, %
of workers assessed
(TESDA Certification
rate)
Target
2010
Baseline
2011
2012
2013
Signal
Decreasing
17.6
16.3
16.2
16.1
+
83.0
84.2
85.7
88.7
+
Increasing
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