A Dataset Quality Assessment of TVET Educational Services toward Employability Skills in Malaysia Technical Universities Network

Published: 8 September 2023| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/t3vnjb953g.1
Mohamad Zuber Abd Majid


This study presents a comprehensive dataset quality assessment of TVET (Technical and Vocational Education and Training) educational services with a focus on employability skills in the context of Malaysia's Technical Universities Network. The dataset encompasses a wide range of variables related to educational services and their impact on graduates' employability. The dataset assessment revealed notable findings regarding the teaching staff aspect and the training delivery aspect within the TVET education services offered at Malaysia's Technical Universities Network (MTUN). The findings indicate that the TVET education services at MTUN have a strong foundation in terms of teaching staff expertise, which contributes to the success of TVET human capital resources. The dataset holds significant potential for reuse across various domains. Researchers can leverage the dataset to conduct in-depth analyses, explore correlations, and identify best practices in TVET educational services that contribute to the development of employability skills. The dataset can be used to generate new insights, validate existing theories, or explore emerging trends in the field of TVET education and employability. Furthermore, the dataset can serve as a foundation for comparative studies with other countries or regions, enabling cross-contextual analysis and knowledge sharing. The dataset quality assessment contributes to the understanding of TVET educational services and their impact on employability skills within Malaysia's Technical Universities Network. It serves as a valuable resource for researchers, policymakers, educational institutions, and industry stakeholders, facilitating evidence-based decision-making, collaboration, and improvement within the TVET sector.


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This research is funded under GG-2022-020.


Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia


Higher Education, Human Capital, Labor Market