The Key Impacts of Student Satisfaction with Job Opportunity in Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET), Cambodia

Chanthuch, TRY, Ngounhort, HENG, Veasna, SOU


Aim: This article examines how a virtual case prepares students for job opportunities and satisfaction with vocational and training institutions in Cambodia.  Method: This study included 244 Cambodian students at the BIT and NVIB in Battambang province, Cambodia. A self-administered and structured questionnaire captured how students experienced vocational and training institutions to meet and satisfy their job opportunities based on the job market needs and demands. Result: The results of SEM show that both the BIT and NVIB participants thought joining the vocational training curriculum they received contributed to their job satisfaction opportunities in job market needs and demands linked with the industrial needs.  Conclusion: The BIT and NVIB play different roles in terms of designing "Curriculum Quality," improving "Teacher Capacity," enhancing students' "Satisfaction with Job Opportunities," and influencing "Student Decision making to study." More details of research findings are also discussed in this study.

Keyword: Curriculum Quality, Teacher Capacity, Satisfaction with Job Opportunities, Student Decision making to study, Vocational education and training, TVET.

DOI: 10.7176/EJBM/15-17-04

Publication date:October 31st 2023

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