Traning for Womens towards Management in TVET

Sarebah Warman, Hazleeza Abd Halim


This paper discusses on gender and the implications for gender in management by building upon current research on doing gender well  and re-doing or undoing gender and argue that gender can be done well and differently in technical and vocational education and training (TVET) as well as skillsdevelopment in rural areas, mainly pertaining to agriculture and related activities and exploresexisting gender differences.Recently, there has been a renewed interest in training and skills development because of increased evidence that a minimalist approach to microfinance for poverty reduction and enterprise development did not lead to sustainable growth. The paper argues that many training interventions do not cater for the specific needs of women who are under-represented in formal training programmes and often directed towards typical female occupations. It reviews vocational and skills training in several supported programmes and explores how these target the poor and most vulnerable and to what extend gender differences in training provision,

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