TESDA Secretary Mamondiong (Second form left) listens eagerly as the discussions on the future of Technical Vocational Education across ASEAN countries are presented by International academic experts. Joining him in the audience are the local and regional education exprets from all over Indonesia. Indonesia’s
In attendance for the Global Educational Supplies and Structures (GESS) Exhibition and Conference held in Jakarta Conventional Center last September 27, 2017 (L-R) Shafrek Sultan, Regional Marketing Manager (Asia Labtech International ltd.); David Bungallon, Provincial Direcotr – Mt. Province; Sody Budhiwaskito, Indonesia Program Manager,
Expressing sign of approval. This highly anticipated conference features discussions aimed at helping teachers, educators and academics of all levels to develop their skills, gain insight from international experts and local practitioners and take home some practical teaching methods.
Secretary Mamondiong carefully examines the documents provided during the GESS Conference. GESS Indonesia has become as important platform for education professionals to gain insights from local and global education experts through more than 100 sessions, workshop and presentation aimed at improving the quality of the
Top-level education experts attended opening day of GESS Indonesia 2017 (L-R) Catur Luswanto, Assistant of Human Welfare, Provincial Government of DKI Jakarta; Javier Luque, senior Education Specialist, The World Bank; M. Zein, Representative, Ministry of Religious Affairs RI; Ananto Kusuma Seta, Expert Staff of