Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training (Cambodia)
The Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training was established in 2004 in the third legislature of the National Assembly in accordance with Sub-Decree No 52, dated April 1, 2005, on the organization and functioning of the Labor and Vocational Training Centers. However, in 2014 it was amended by Decree No 283 dated 14 November 2014 on the organization and conduct of the Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training.
To achieve the above vision, the Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training has the following major missions:
Strengthen and promote the implementation of relevant international laws, regulations and conventions to ensure better working conditions and maintain the harmony of professional relationships.
Strengthen occupational health and safety at work, prevent the use of child labor and promote the rights of migrant workers.
Strengthening the development and implementation of Cambodia's qualification framework, national standards, capabilities, programs and capacity-based learning materials and test reports throughout the Kingdom of Cambodia to promote a highly effective and efficient vocational education and training system. Known publicly, nationally and internationally.
Transform the Technical and Vocational Education Training (TVET) in line with the evolution of industry and community needs.
Strengthening the implementation of Equitable Vocational Education and Training, with particular attention to women, persons with disabilities, persons with disabilities, few opportunities in society, youths, and drop-outs.
Provide effective job placement services such as matching job seekers and job vacancies to improve job market efficiency.
Collect, analyze, and compile labor market information as the basis for efficient employment services as well as provide data sources for policymakers, providers of education, employers and the general public.
Develop policies and regulations to contribute to increasing employment opportunities and creating jobs both at home and abroad to the Cambodian people.
Provide an effective, transparent, accountable, and timely social security service for those who are under the provisions of the Labor Law to help relieve difficulties in old age, mortality, employment risk, or other contingent liabilities. Illness and maternity.
Strengthening institutional capacity, improving the efficiency and providing services to the people.
Promote and promote public-private partnership to ensure the supply of financial resources to develop the employment and vocational training sector.
Strengthening partnership with national and international development partners.
Promote gender equity and reduce the gender gap in employment and vocational training.See more