The world bank earmarks for areas that are needed in today’s dynamic world of work as:
Cognitive skills, which is the ability to understand complex ideas, adapt effectively to the environment, learn from experience, and reason. Hence a growing emphasis on creativity, and critical thinking.
Socio-emotional skills, which is ability to navigate interpersonal and social situations effectively, and include leadership, teamwork, self-control, and grit.
Technical skills, which is the acquired knowledge, expertise, and interactions needed to perform a specific task, including the mastery of required materials, tools, or technologies.
Digital skills, which are cross-cutting and draw on all the above skills, and describe the ability to access, manage, integrate and create information safely and appropriately.
Around the world, progress in technology and global value chains is leading to an increasingly sophisticated industrial landscape, providing opportunities for economic growth and employment.
As a home-grown manufacturing company HACO is keen on promoting industrial development and supporting relevant stakeholders in the education and labor sectors, to identify and apply sustainable and inclusive solutions to industrial skills development.
We believe in leveraging our history and position in the manufacturing sector to advance the country and its citizens towards achieving sustainable economic goals.
We also believe that research knowledge co-creation is key to a successful collaboration. We define co-creation as the process of participative value creation, where we involve all stakeholders to actively participate in problem definition and solving, to develop relevant ad timely solutions.