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Indonesia needs too leverage off its younger population in order to compete regionally and to be a compelling option for foreign investment.

To date, Indonesia has been reluctant to embrace collaborations in education, vocational training and standards.

How do you find common ground between two different education systems? What value could UK vocational education bring to Indonesia and South East Asia? How to show employers that training cost is an investment in productivity and competitiveness, driving growth?

In this webinar we are joined by Graham Hasting-Evans, Managing Director of NOCN, David Butcher, Principal of British School Jakarta, and Yustina Ries Sunarti S.Pd.,M.Sc., Founder and Director of Sekolah Victory Plus. In a frank conversation, we discuss the issues and challenges of the state, educators, and executives in charge of their people development.


  • Graham Hasting-Evans (Managing Director of NOCN)

    Graham Hasting-Evans

    Managing Director of NOCN

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  • David Butcher (Principal at British School Jakarta and Board Member of BritCham)

    David Butcher

    Principal at British School Jakarta and Board Member of BritCham

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  • Yustina Ries Sunarti S.Pd.,M.Sc. (Founder and Director of Sekolah Victory Plus)

    Yustina Ries Sunarti S.Pd.,M.Sc.

    Founder and Director of Sekolah Victory Plus

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