Establish the International Institute for the Development of Educational Administrators
1. PROJECT STATEMENT
To establish the International Institute for the Development of Educational Administrators
2. PROJECT BACKGROUND
It is the policy of the Thai Government to foster good relationship with the neighboring
and other countries. The AIM is to promote better understanding and mutual respect
which will lead to the prosperity and stability of the region. Subsequently, the
region will be a lot stronger and can play a key role on the world stage. The Ministry
of Education, according to its mandate, is in charge of providing good education
for Thai Citizen. The Ministry realizes that capable human resources is one of the
most important factors for national development and also a prerequisite to creative
economy principle. Therefore, competent education administrators, teachers are the
key elements for project success. The Ministry of Education also accepts the fact
that it can not do it alone. It requires help, assistance and corporation from various
agencies both within and outside the region. The main objectives are to develop,
train and exchange best practice ideas in order to achieve tangible and sustainable
results. With these objectives in mind, the Ministry has come to conclusion that
the establishment of the International Institute for the Development of Educational
Administrators is required.
3. PROJECT OBJECTIVES
3.1 The International Institute for the Development of Educational Administrators
3.2 Training and development programmes for education personnel, both within and
outside the region, developed and delivered.
3.3 International network for education administrators established.
4. EXPECTED OUTPUTS
The National Institute for Development of Teachers Faculty Staff and Educational
Personnel (NIDTEP) has the capability to provide training services by using English
as mean for transferring the knowledge and skill in 3 areas.
1. English language for education administrators
2. Leadership principle
3. The use of Information Technology of Education
The targeted population are officials working in Office of the Basic Education Commission
(OBEC ) and Office of the Private Education Commission (OPEC)
To achieve all of the objectives. Following is the tasks that need to be performed.
5. TRAINING FACILITIES SETUP
It has been decided that dormitories 1 and 2 at NIDTEP will need to be renovated
and upgraded to meet international standard.
6. ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE
In the beginning, the Administrative Board will be in charge of managing the project.
Board members are consisted of personnel from NIDTEP and the office of The Permanent
Secretary of Education. The project will be put under the supervision of The Deputy
Permanent Secretary of Education. At the later stage of the project where more flexibility
is required. The Institute could evolve into service delivery unit (SDU) with the
aims to increase cooperation with the following organizations.
1. Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMECO)
2. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
3. Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)
7. IMPLEMENTATION PLAN
To meet objectives, the project is divided into 3 phases with the first phase starting
1. Project Plan proposed
2. To cooperate with Rajapat Suan Dusit University. The aim is to study and initiate
plan for upgrading meeting, training facilities and also the plan for improvement
of living quarter, food and beverage services.
3.Operating budget for 2554 proposed. (สคบศ is responsible for these activities)
Training and development programmes designed, tested and delivered.
1 Conducting survey on training programmes provided by Training Centres within SEAMEO.
2. In cooperation with SEAMEO, universities within ASEAN countries provide:
A. English language training
B. Organizational development and leadership training
C. The use of Information Technology for education training.
Targeted participants are personnel who work in OBEC and OPEC
Management Board is responsible for these activities.
1. International Network for Education Administrators established.
2. Meeting with educators and organizations who provide educational training conducted
3. Searched and selected international experts on education, leadership and information
8. TIME FRAME
Divided into 3 phases
First phase 2553 Budget Year
Feb. Project developed and proposed
Mar. Seeking Cooperation from various agencies
Apr. Facilities upgraded
May First training curriculum/programmes developed
June First group of Education Administrators trained
July Programmes evaluated
August Second training curriculum/programmes developed
Sept. Second group of Education Administrators trained
9. Name and brief information from organizations who are involved during the initial
stage of the establishments of IIDEA.
1. TICA (Foreign Ministry)
This agency has the authority to:
1.1 Construct plan, study and analyze policy, project, follow up and evaluate international
cooperation for development
1.2 Provide aid to other countries in accordance with the government’s policy.
1.3 Cooperate with other countries for developing and fulfilling obligations agreed
1.4 Cooperate in providing funding for human resources development to personnel
from both public and private sectors.
1.5 Coordinate international development
1.6 Provide information on the results of the development
1.7 Conducting other activities as stipulated by laws governing
1.0 Cooperate with international organizations and volunteer agencies
2.0 Cooperate with East Asia, Southeast Asia, South Asia and Middle Eastern countries
3.0 Manage and disseminate government fund and funds from other sources
4.0 Assist in general administration, scholastic, evaluation, report, statistic
and public relation works
5.0 Cooperate with European, America, Africa, Pacific and CIS countries
6.0 Selecting vendors, suppliers and controlling the use of supplies for the project.
Looking after taxes and special privileges for foreign experts, volunteers, scholarship
recipients and officers on the projects manage by International Development Agencies.
7.0 Manage department budget and budget for International Development Cooperation
2. Office of the Civil Service Commission
It has the responsibility to:
1.0 Study, analyze, conducting research on the effectiveness of government official
development. Conducting training programmes, producing and providing information
2.0 Study, analyze, conducting research on matters concerning policy, system or
method of developing government personnel including those who receive government
scholarships to study aboard.
3.0 Conduct and assist in training of government personnel.
4.0 Work with or rendering support to other agencies as required.
3. SEAMEO INNOTECH
4. SEAMEO QITEP
5. SEAMEO RELC
6. SEAMEO VOCTECH
7. SEAMEO RETRAC
Besides other organizations that are considered to be of value to the IIDEA may
be added in the future.
10. EXPECTED RESULTS
Thailand will be well accepted and respected as a leader in education, educational
development and management among Asean countries.
11. INDICATORS OF SUCCESS
Step Success Factor
1. Consultants for the project selected
2. Project plan completed
3. Project successfully implemented
4. Training conducted for education administrators who work in OBEC and OPEC In
4.1 Training of English language
4.2 Leadership training
4.3 Training on the use of information technology for education
5. Programmes evaluated and the report submitted.