Given the importance of good labour market information for education and employment, many governments investing significantly in gathering and handling Labour Market Introduction (LMI). They recognise that complex skills in LMI and forecasting exercise need to be develop in foreseeing future demand for skills, identifying bottlenecks and changing requirements of occupations and the reshaping of qualifications. These matters were stressed by His Excellency Ismail Haji Salam, High Commissioner of Malaysia in Brunei Darussalam at the Closing Ceremony of the Regional Training Programme Labour Market Introduction (LMI) for Guidance on Education and Employment yesterday morning.
His Excellency said that the aim of most LMI is to support labour market policy and career decisions, re-assuring the data and practices on LMI in developed countries, with more private agencies are playing important roles. A total of 27 participants from 10 SEAMEO member countries has successfully completed the two-week training. Throughout the training, the participants were introduced to the knowledge and skills about LMI, that include the development of LMI, that can increase the quality of training. The fourth regional programme carries the theme "Effective Usage Labour Market Information for Guidance on Education and Employment". The program was organised by SEAMEO VOCTECH Brunei Darussalam as part of the capacity-building for the educators in the country and across the Southeast Asia region.
Source: Radio Television Brunei