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Major Achievements

High employment rate through industry-oriented training: 85.8% in 2015 Leading major government objectives for competence-oriented society: NCS-based Work?Study Training Program Offering a social ladder for vulnerable segments through employment: baby boomers and women with career gaps Lifelong employment through lifelong skills: vocational development college
Degree programs
  • “KOPO for employment! brand > Leading model for vocational colleges
  • 2015 MOE employment rate announcement: KOPO 85.8% <Vocational colleges: 61.4%, 4-year universities: 54.8%>
Nondegree programs
  • Supporting lifelong vocational development through training programs for every life-cycle stage
  • Supporting free semester programs in middle schools and expanding vocational programs for general high schools
    • Free semester programs: 15,043 participants in 2015
    • Vocational training programs for general high school seniors: 829 in 2015
  • Special vocational training programs for university graduates (and expected graduates) to mitigate youth unemployment
    • Free semester programs: 15,043 participants in 2015
    • Humanities majors recruited for intensive craftsman programs (12) in the second half of 2015
  • Expanding vocational training opportunities for middle-aged and female job seekers
    • Baby boomer program: 1,007 (2013) → 1,398 (2014) → 1,874 (2015)
    • Women with career gaps: 646 (2013) → 1,050 (2014) → 1,333 (2015
Improvement Trainings
  • Offering vocational competence improvement trainings in order to heighten the competitiveness of the businesses, maintaining and creating further employment opportunities
    • Supporting the development of high-quality skilled workforce: 26,534 (2015)
    • Reorganizing existing curricula to NCS-based curricula and strengthening industry-oriented training opportunities * Increasing advanced course enrolments: (2014) 14.5% → (2015) 35.2%
Government objectives
  • Leading the effort toward competence-oriented society as a public vocational training institution
  • Work–Study Training Program Fulfilling a leading role in the development of Korean Work–Study Training Program
    • Development of NCS-based Work–Study Training Program: (2014) 1,611 → (2015) 2,678
    • Development and Management of Work–Study Training Program Expert Committee Pool: 1,220
    • Providing business Off-JT support and operating Joint Training Centers for consultation support: 28 out of the 59 Joint Training Centers in the nation is run by KOPO (47.5%), providing consultation support and monitoring services (to 2,226 corporate partners)
  • National Competency Standards Embedding and promoting public acceptance of NCS
    • Reorganizing all KOPO curricula in accordance with NCS: 294 departments (114 multifunctional, 129 craftsmen, 10 advanced majors, and 11 master technician courses)
    • Developing an expert pool for the introduction and promotion of NCS: NCS experts (296), competency evaluators (230)
    • Conducting trials on process evaluation-based qualifications to contribute to the NCS quality management: 8 multifunctional technician courses, 10 craftsman courses