The Secretary-General of the Office of the Vocational Education Commission (OVEC), Mr. Chaipruek Serirak, reported that the information technology project under the initiative of HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn and carried out by the Distant Learning via Satellite Foundation and OVEC had recently created 1,365 video clips on professional training and publicized them through the website: www.edltv.vec.go.th, so that interested people could download and use them to improve their professional skills.
The video clips are categorized into various disciplines: food science, business management/commerce, fine arts, industry, general education, technology and communication. Under these disciplines, there are many sub-categories that learners can study according to their interests. For example, the food science discipline offers how to make golden shrimp, five-color congee or deep fried Thai pancakes made of taro, whereas the industry discipline provides basic knowledge on semiconductors and PN junction jump heads.
"The length of each of the progressive training clips depends on how easy it is. Anyone can view them and learn for free. In cases where they would like to study with the trainer, they have to contact OVEC vocational colleges that provide the relevant professional training individually. In so doing, they will be able to obtain more knowledge to improve their professional skills," concluded Mr. Chaipruek.