An Employment Opportunity

Young people in Israel choose applied technological professions in industry, commerce and services as an opportunity for quality and sustainable employment that enables economic mobility and strengthens the economy in Israel.

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Goals

Fostering the growth of an ecosystem
and supporting the development of an active technical education space
Influencing public policy
through research and partnerships
Supporting the advancement of technical colleges and trade schools
with a focus on curriculum and teaching, learning infrastructure, job market integration and branding
Engaging employers to be involved in technical education and vocational training
curriculum and teaching, learning infrastructure, hands-on work experience (apprenticeships, internships) and introducing students to the job market
Engaging employers to be involved in technical education and vocational training
curriculum and teaching, learning infrastructure, hands-on work experience (apprenticeships, internships) and introducing students to the job market
Supporting the advancement of technical colleges and trade schools
with a focus on curriculum and teaching, learning infrastructure, job market integration and branding
Influencing public policy
through research and partnerships
Fostering the growth of an ecosystem
and supporting the development of an active technical education space

The Need for Practic-Tech (PT)

Practic-Tech is the encounter between technological knowledge and applied skills in the fields of electrical wiring, machining and construction in industry, commerce and services.
PT lacks professionals who know how to design, manufacture and repair everything around us, such as auto, rail and aircraft mechanics, electricians, air conditioning technicians, machine operators and welders - all in a hi-tech environment.

Practic-Tech is the encounter between technological knowledge and applied skills in the fields of electrical wiring

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points for thinking

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Prospective employees tend to prefer academic education over technical education
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There is a high demand for PT workers
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Employers are not particularly motivated to streamline vocational training
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First-rate education and vocational training are an asset everyone benefits from
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The programs offered by technical colleges and trade schools are often inconsistent with employers' needs
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The job market is changing but the institutions of higher learning are not keeping up with the pace of change
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Government resources are limited
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Supportive public policy is lacking

נקודות למחשבה

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Prospective employees tend to prefer academic education over technical education
ac6
There is a high demand for PT workers
ac7
Employers are not particularly motivated to streamline vocational training
ac8
First-rate education and vocational training are an asset everyone benefits from
ac1
The programs offered by technical colleges and trade schools are often inconsistent with employers' needs
ac2
The job market is changing but the institutions of higher learning are not keeping up with the pace of change
ac3
Government resources are limited
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Supportive public policy is lacking