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Thailand: Enriching Human Resources for Tech Advancement

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During the Fiscal Year 2023, two classes were held at the conference room of the Kanchanaburi Provincial Education Office to improve digital technology skills. The opening meeting of the personnel capacity building project was chaired by Ms Piyanat, director of the human recourse’s organisation, and other officials’ groups and communities attending the meeting.

Concerning this issue, the organisation arranges activities to improve personnel’s comprehension of digital skills and how to apply them practically.

Competent personnel within the office take on the role of speakers and share their expertise in diverse technological and digital proficiencies, such as web design and news clip editing. The primary goal is to enhance human resource development and cultivate a work environment that encourages continuous learning to be adaptive in this technological era. This is an effort undertaken by Thailand to recover the economy and develop adaptive human resources post-COVID-19.

It is well-known that the global economy is predicted to undergo 50% digitalisation by 2025. Among the countries leading in accelerated digital transformation, Thailand aims to raise its digital economy to 50% by 2030.

Since the start of the pandemic in March 2020, approximately 30% of digital service consumers in Thailand were new users, and the consumption rate among internet users reached 90%, the second highest in the region, just after Singapore. The report indicates that the pandemic has expedited the adoption of digital technologies in Thailand, primarily in response to prolonged mobility restrictions and the need to sustain operational activities.

The report suggests that although the government has already implemented various measures to promote the digital agenda, there is room for further action to foster the development of digital services within the public. This entails encouraging competition and incentivising the compatibility of digital markets, improving the availability of digital skills and complementary competencies, and facilitating access to funding for innovative initiatives.

Puchaphong Nodthaisong, Secretary-General of the National Digital Economy and Society Commission Office of the National Economic and Social Development Board (NESDB) stated that since 2021, there had been a notable rise in production and digital services, contributing to the growth of Digital GDP from 12.97% to 14.07% compared to the previous year. “These encouraging trends indicate the emergence of fresh growth prospects for the Thai economy. The effective adaptation of digital technology in economic activities showcases its potential in the digital era,” he said.

The National Security Council (NSC) aims to expand its achievements and build upon the groundwork laid in 2023. The committee intends to harness the full potential of technology, leveraging new dynamic advancements and capitalising on emerging opportunities. Enhancing knowledge, skills, and potential among the general population in remote areas.

Additionally, the NSC has set a target to complete eight significant projects by 2023. These projects align with global technological advancements, economic conditions, societal needs, and future-oriented trends.

The roadmap will progress Thailand to Phase 3 of digital development, encompassing Full Digital Transformation by 2027. This will be followed by Phase 4: Global Digital Leadership, focusing on human resource development and cultivating skills and knowledge to utilise digital technology effectively.

Thailand is committed to enhancing the adaptability of its human resources in the digital era by enriching them with digital education, fostering a workforce ready for the technological landscape.


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