Institutions and organizations live in an era characterized by rapid technological development and digital transformation, which requires them to adapt and innovate to survive and compete in the market. One of the institutions that needs institutional transformation is the Jordan Vocational Training Corporation, in order to keep pace with the changes taking place in the labor market and meet the needs of the new era.
The Fourth Generation Revolution, also known as the “Fourth Industrial Revolution”, is one of the most important technological revolutions affecting all aspects of daily life, including education and training. The needs of the modern labor market require the provision of vocational training commensurate with the requirements of future jobs and the new skills required.
The fourth generation revolution provides a variety of tools and technologies that can enhance the vocational training experience and enhance its impact. One of the most prominent of these tools is virtual reality and augmented reality, which allow trainees to practice practical skills in a safe and realistic environment without the potential risks of the real world.
Using the mechanisms and tools of the future, the Jordan Vocational Training Corporation can provide innovative and interesting learning experiences for trainees. For example, educational bots can be used to teach technical and technical skills, by leveraging artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities to analyze the performance of trainees and provide immediate feedback and specific guidance.
In addition, AI can be used to analyze data and forecasts, which helps in determining labor market needs and directing training programs accordingly. AI can also be used to develop customized e-learning platforms, which provide personalized and effective learning experiences for learners.
It is important that these techniques and tools be integrated into the Jordanian vocational training strategy, and provide appropriate training and qualification for youth and job seekers. This strategy must be sustainable and take into account expected future changes in the labor market, ensuring that trainees are ready to face upcoming challenges and achieve professional success.
In the end, there must be cooperation and partnership between the Jordan Vocational Training Corporation and the private sector, whereby local companies and organizations can contribute to achieving this institutional transformation by supporting technical training, job creation and applied training.
In this way, the JVTC can successfully transition into the new era, meet the changing labor market needs, and achieve sustainable development and professional success for the trainees. The use of the fourth generation revolution and the mechanisms and tools of the future with artificial intelligence constitutes a real opportunity for transformation and development in the field of vocational training in Jordan.
Eng. Jafar Alomari