To make it easier for companies to participate in work-based training, governments need to mandate, fund, and train institutions to provide such services.
Alexander specializes in technical and vocational education and training (TVET). His primary work areas include private sector cooperation in TVET, institutional eco-systems and green labor markets. Prior to joining ADB, he was a project manager at the German Development Cooperation (GIZ) where he worked on a variety of TVET topics across Southeast Asia including the ASEAN declaration on human resource development. He also worked in the field of public-private partnerships in the infrastructure sector in Germany.
Alexander holds a master’s degree in Political Economy from the University of Sussex as well as in Management of Development Projects from the University of Manchester. His undergraduate is in Economics and International Relations.
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