JAWATAN KOSONG Administrative Assistant Gred SEN19 SEAMEO SEN

SEAMEO SEN ingin mempelawa Warganegara Malaysia yang berkelayakan bagi mengisi segera kekosongan bagi jawatan Administrative Assistant Gred SEN 19 di SEAMEO SEN.

Tarikh tutup permohonan adalah pada 8 Julai 2022.

Untuk maklumat lanjut, sila layari pautan tertera: https://link.seameosen.org/adminassistant


SEAMEO Regional Centre for Special Educational Needs

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  • Warganegara Malaysia
  • Berumur tidak kurang daripada 18 tahun pada tarikh tutup iklan perjawatan.
  • Mempunyai kelayakan Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM).                                                                     


  • Menyediakan surat, memo dan dokumen operasi bahagian;
  • Melaksanakan tugas pengurusan fail/dokumen bahagian;
  • Melaksanakan tugas pengurusan penyediaan mesyuarat/program bahagian;
  • Menyediakan minit / keputusan mesyuarat bahagian; dan
  • Melaksanakan proses kewangan bahagian


  • Surat permohonan perjawatan.
  • Resume / CV, salinan kad pengenalan (IC), salinan sijil-sijil akademik dan dokumen sokongan yang berkaitan (telah disahkan) perlu dikemukakan secara e-mel kepada humanresource@seameosen.edu.my
  • Tarikh tutup permohonan 8 Julai 2022 (Jumaat) / 5.30pm.
  • Hanya calon yang layak sahaja akan ditemuduga.

Press Release SEAMEO Centre Directors Meeting 2021: Reimagine the Future, 21 July 2021


Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization

Mom Luang Pin Malakul Centenary Building, 920 Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Tel: +66(0) 2391-0144 I Fax: +66(0) 2381-2587
Email: secretariat@seameo.org I URL www.seameo.org

Press Release

SEAMEO Centre Directors Meeting 2021: Reimagine the Future, 21 July 2021

21 July 2021 – In response to the COVID-19 challenges in 2021, the annual SEAMEO Centre Directors Meeting (CDM) 2021 is virtually conducted on 21 July 2021.  The meeting is organised back to back with the 9th SEAMEO Integrated Operation Plan (SIOP) Worskhop on 22 July 2021. 

The SEAMEO CDM serves as a platform for the Centre Directors and Senior Officers of 26 SEAMEO Regional Centres/Network to share and discuss regional development programmes and work plans for improving education, science, and culture for the Southeast Asian region. The meeting is also a venue for expanding the developmental programmes with new partners and strengthening the existing partnerships.

The SEAMEO CDM 2021 is participated by approximately 220 participants, consisting of Centre Directors and Senior Officers from 26 SEAMEO Regional Centres/Network, one Associate Member Country, one Affiliate Member, and 21 partner organisations who are UN agencies, governmental organisations, development agencies, universities, and enterprises. 

A total of 32 Working Papers, 12 from SEAMEO Secretariat and 20 from SEAMEO Centres/Network, were presented through ad-referendum. The highlighted working papers of SEAMEO Secretariat are such as Report on SEAMEO COVID-19 Accessible and Responsive Education Support (SEAMEO CARES), SEAMEO-UNESCO-GPE Collaboration: Online Course for Teachers of Learners with Disabilities, and SEAMEO Inter-Centre Collaboration Programmes.  

The working paper of SEAMEO Regional Centres covers various areas of development such as Language Education; TVET; History Education; Science, Mathematics and STEM Education; Early Childhood Care Education and Parenting; Museum Architecture; Educational Leadership and Management; Health Education; Adult Education; Higher Education; Education Innovation Award; Community Education Development; Agricultural and Rural Innovation; South-East Asian Sales Competition; and Sufficiency Economy and Sustainability.          

One of the highlights of 2021 CDM is the Sharing Session by the Key Partners on the topic ‘Reimagine the Future’, presented by UNESCO Asia Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, UNICEF EAPRO, International Task Force on Teachers for Education 2030, ASEAN Secretariat, and the Institute for the Promotion of Teaching Science and Technology (Thailand). 

The sharing session is followed by the Marketplace or Networking Session with 21 partners who agree to present the proposed programmes and collaboration to the SEAMEO Regional Centres. The 26 SEAMEO Centres/Networks are encouraged to actively discuss and explore collaborative programmes with the invited partner institutions via 21 virtual meeting rooms.  The details of the discussion and prospective collaborations among SEAMEO Units, and partners are presented after the Networking Session.  

On the following day of 22 July 2021, the Workshop on the 9th SEAMEO Integrated Operation Plan (SIOP) is conducted with the SEAMEO Regional Cenrtes to discuss and finalise the SEAMEO Integrated Operational Plan for FY 2021/2022 to 2025/2026, aligned with the SEAMEO Strategic Plan 2021-2030. 

The next SEAMEO CDM will be organised in July 2022

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Announcement of the 2019 SEAMEO-Japan ESD Award, Theme: Building Peace in Schools and Communities

The Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO) and the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan (MEXT) in cooperation with UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education are pleased to announce the 2019 SEAMEO-Japan Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) Award, with the theme of “Building Peace in Schools and Communities”.

The objectives of this year’s award scheme are:

1. To raise awareness of peace education and sustainable development in schools and communities in Southeast Asia and Japan.

2. To promote and share initiatives and good practices that support sustainable development through the integration of peace education into the holistic school programmme and the school’s contributions in improving/developing “culture of peace” in the communities.

3. To encourage schools to develop and improve current ESD activities and programmes.

We would like to invite all public and private schools as well as vocational and technical schools (certificate level) in 11 SEAMEO Member Countries, namely Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Timor-Leste and Vietnam to submit the information about their respective school’s activities/programmes relating to the theme.  Details of the award and guidelines for submission of entries are available in the SEAMEO website: www.seameo.org [1] or http://bit.ly/2019SEAMEOJapanESDAwardThe last day for submission of entries is ON 2 SEPTEMBER 2019.

Announcement of the 2018 SEAMEO-Japan ESD Award. Theme: Applying Local Wisdom for Environmental Conservation

The objectives of this year’s award scheme are: To raise awareness of local wisdom applied for environmental conservation and sustainable development in schools and communities in Southeast Asia and Japan. To promote and share initiatives and good practices that support sustainable development through the integration of local wisdom into the teaching and learning practices and […]

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“Anyone Can Make a Game” Game Development On‐line Training for Students  

On the occasion of SEAMEO 50th Anniversary in 2015, a project entitled SEAMEO 50×3 Schools’ Network was developed with its aims to leverage capacity of school leaders, teachers, and students through capacity development programmes and other contributions from 21 SEAMEO Regional Centres, SEAMEO stakeholders, and partners. The SEAMEO Schools’ Network also enables the participating schools to help each […]

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