About INSTITUTE - Institute Innovation Technology Educational and Research for Eastern Institute of Technology Suvarnabhumi (EITS), Thailand
It was established based on the concept of a group of academic experts, experts from various fields with working experience in leading education circles in the country and abroad. Come together with the clear objective of being a part of the educational society that will drive the education system in the country with a sustainable development with a focus on capacity development and driving the economy. Study of the country through the process of innovative skills of human learning into the wisdom of life with complete modern learning materials and processes that have a system based on academic principles and experience of academics at the Eastern Institute of Technology of Suvarnabhumi. It has received correct suggestions from people with knowledge and expertise who have been put into practice with a focus on building a strong "Thai education system" and able to build a sustainable career.
Developing academic potential through concrete and abstract processes, including training and seminars, develop teaching materials to be the most complete and complete solution for use in training seminars.
Institute of Educational System Development And enhance the value of education for the best interests of the country's development.
side, the visitor to use the service: Deliver concrete, abstract knowledge, empower oneself and organization to become a Knowledge Base Society in the integration of the education system
personnel aspects: The Eastern Institute of Technology of Suvarnabhumi will give importance to the development of educational potential, forward the development of important personnel, to work as and to be able to continuously create knowledge and be a model of society.
Social: Eastern Institute of Technology of Suvarnabhumi will focus on human development. To have knowledge by acting as an agency that will develop ideas for maximum benefit in society.
1. Develop an educational system at every age and work system
2. Build a network of scholars to be concrete and abstract.
3. Promote ethics in education
4. Creating a value for everyone All employees take pride in their career.
Development of training courses
The Training Plan outlines the objectives, needs, strategy, and curriculum to be addressed when training users on the new or enhanced information system. The plan presents the activities needed to support tile development of training materials, coordination of training schedules, reservation of personnel and facilities, planning for training needs, and other training-related tasks. Training activities are developed to teach user personnel the use of the system as specified in the training criteria. To develop a Training Plan, refer to the outline.
Include the target audiences and topics on which training must be conducted on the list of training needs. Include in the [raining strategy how the topics will be addressed. This information includes the format of the training program, the list of topics to be covered, materials, time, space requirements, and proposed schedules. Discuss QA in terms of testing, course evaluation, feedback, and course modification/enhancement.
This section provides descriptions of the components that make up each course. If a large number of courses or modules is described, place these descriptions in an appendix. Subsections of this section, if any should he created for each course.
Each course may comprise one or more modules. A course description should be developed for each module. At a minimum, each course description should include the course/module name; the length of time the course/module will take; the expected class size (minimum, maximum, optimal); the target audience: course objectives; module content/syllabus; specific training resources required, such as devices, aids, equipment, materials, and media to be used; and any special student prerequisites. The course description could also include information on instructor-to-student ratio, total number of students to be trained, estimated number of classes, location of classes, and testing methods.