ICTVT 2024



Education is a fundamental foundation for the development of a nation. In an era of globalization and rapid technological advancement, the need for high-quality, inclusive, and relevant education has become increasingly urgent. Vocational schools play a strategic role in preparing a competent workforce that is ready to compete in the global market. Therefore, innovation in education and training at vocational schools is crucial to producing graduates who not only possess technical skills but also critical, creative, and collaborative thinking abilities.
Scientific innovation in the context of vocational education includes the development of adaptive curricula, interactive learning methods, and the use of advanced information and communication technology. Moreover, global collaboration among educational institutions, industries, governments, and international organizations is key to create a dynamic and responsive educational ecosystem. Through such collaboration, the exchange of knowledge, resources, and experiences can enhance the quality of education and training at vocational schools.
This conference aims to explore how scientific innovation and global collaboration can be integrated into vocational education and training to support sustainable development. Sustainable development encompasses balanced economic, social, and environmental aspects, where education plays a central role. With a focus on inclusiveness and quality, this conference is expected to provide new insights and practical strategies for educators, policymakers, and other stakeholders in improving the quality of vocational education.
Through discussions and exchanges of ideas in this conference, it is hoped that stronger commitment and synergy among various parties will be formed to realize vocational education and training that can address future challenges. Effective innovation and collaboration will become the driving force behind creating excellent and globally competitive human resources, which will ultimately contribute to inclusive and high-quality sustainable development.



Integrating Scientific Innovation and Global Collaboration for Sustainable Development: Inclusive and Equitable Quality Vocational Education and Training Realization


The following are the related topics and sub-themes that can be presented: 

a. Accessible Online Platforms in The Digital Era and Green Technology.

Developing user-friendly online platforms that offer vocational courses and training materials can make education more accessible to a wider audience, including individuals in remote or underserved areas. These platforms can provide flexibility in terms of scheduling and pacing, allowing learners to balance their education with work or other commitments.

b. Utilizing artificial intelligence (AI), big data analytics, data science, and the Internet of Things (IoT) in engineering applications.

Artificial intelligence (AI), big data analytics, data science, and the Internet of Things (IoT) are revolutionising engineering applications across various industries. This integration is driving innovation, efficiency, and sustainability. The impact will lead to significant improvement in productivity, safety, and quality of life. Introducing AI tools and software that can help pre-service and in-service teachers improve their teaching methods. Examples include AI-driven simulation environments where pre-service teachers can practise and receive instant feedback on their teaching strategies. AI can analyse student data to provide personalized insights, suggest tailored learning materials, and automate routine tasks to allow teachers more time for direct interaction with students.

c. Applied mechanics and sustainable manufacturing technology in industry applications.

Applied mechanics and sustainable manufacturing technology are integral in advancing sustainability in industrial applications by optimizing processes, reducing resource consumption, minimizing waste, and enhancing the environmental performance of products and operations. By combining mechanical engineering expertise with sustainability principles, engineers can contribute to the development of an industrial climate with more efficient, resilient, and environmentally friendly manufacturing practices.

d. Blended Learning Models in Vocational Education and Training.

Blending traditional classroom instruction with online learning components allows for a more personalized learning experience. Students can access course materials, participate in discussions, and complete assignments online, while still benefiting from face-to-face interactions with instructors and peers during practical training sessions or workshops.

e. Skill-Based Inclusive-Equitable Curriculum Design and Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) in Preparing the Vocational Student’s Competencies.

Designing a curriculum that focuses on developing practical, job-relevant skills ensures that learners are equipped with the competencies needed to succeed in their chosen field. This approach prioritizes hands-on training, real-world projects, and industry partnerships to bridge the gap between education and employment.

f. Digital Credentials and Micro-Credentials Through Vocational Education and Training.

Utilizing digital credentials and micro-credentials enables learners to earn certifications for specific skills or competencies acquired through vocational education and training. These credentials are easily shareable and verifiable, allowing individuals to showcase their skills to potential employers and advance their careers.

g. Technologies Vernacular and Tailored Educational Content as Personalized Learning Pathways.

Adopting adaptive learning technologies that tailor educational content and instruction to individual learning styles and preferences can enhance engagement and retention. By providing personalized learning pathways, learners can progress at their own pace and receive targeted support where needed.

h. Fostering Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives in Vocational Education.

Implementing diversity and inclusion initiatives within vocational education and training programs ensures that all learners, regardless of background or identity, have equal access to educational opportunities and support services. This may involve providing accommodations for learners with disabilities, offering culturally relevant curriculum content, and promoting inclusive learning environments.



October 9th, 2024
at online platform


Prof. Ts. Dr. Abdul Rasid Bin Abdul Razzaq
Universitas Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia,

Dr. Jon Mason, MACS-CP
 Charles Darwin University, 


Prof. Dr. Mochamad Bruri Triyono, M.Pd.
Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta,

Prof. Dr. Stephan Abele
Technische Universität Dresden,


  Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

About Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

Founded in 1964, Yogyakarta State University (YSU), formerly known as Yogyakarta Institute of Teacher Education and Educational Sciences, is a public university located in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The main campus of YSU, occupied in Karangmalang campus, covers 514.562 m2 of land and becomes one of the leading universities in educational fields. It also has three other campuses in Yogyakarta, including UPP 1 (Mandala campus), UPP 2 (Bantul campus), UPP 3 (Wates campus) and UPP 4 (Gunungkidul campus).  This university has over 32,625 students organized by seven faculties and school, including Faculty of Education, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Faculty of Languages and Arts, Faculty of Social Sciences and Economics, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Sport Sciences, and graduated school. In 2019, there are 67 undergraduate, 30 Master’s, and 6 doctoral programs.  As one of the respectable universities in Indonesia, YSU has ranked 11th over more than 4000 universities in Indonesia. UNY always leads to focus and improves learning, teaching, and research activities by offering outstanding facilities and services, including digital library, sport centre, counseling centre, the health care centre, convention hall and performance stages, post office, physical therapy clinic, and banking services.

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Call For Papers

The paper submitted should never has published before. All papers submitted will be processed through double-blind peer review in order to obtain a high-quality paper. After the selection process has finished, the papers accepted by the committee will be given a chance to be presented and will be submitted to publishers.

Paper Submission

To evaluate the fit of the suggested topic and potential merit of the proposed paper, prospective authors should submit a paper related to the topics of conference. The paper consists of the title, the author(s), affiliation(s), introduction, method, result, discussion,and conclussion. Please highlight the nature and novel aspects of the work and list three to five keywords. The template of paper can be downloaded in here.

Acceptance of papers is based on review of the full manuscript. The organizer of ICTVT only receive FULL PAPER submission.
For paper submission; authors must sign in and create an account through the link: Registration

Publication & Indexing

After careful reviewing process, all accepted papers with registration and presentation will be published in Conference Proceedings (In Confirmation) which is Scopus indexed proceeding. Selected papers will also be published in Scopus indexed journal. Selected papers will also be published in national acredited journal Sinta.

Important Dates

  • Abstract submission Deadline: August 17th2024

  • Abstract Acceptance Date: August 24th2024

  • Full Paper Submission Deadline: September 9th, 2024

Conference Dates

October 9th, 2024

Registration Fee

  International Indonesian
Presenter 150 USD Rp 500.000,00
Participant 30 USD Rp 100.000,00

Publication fee for selected paper*
Rp. 2.750.000,00 = National Journal SINTA 1&2 indexed
Rp. 5.000.000,00 = International Journal SCOPUS indexed

Terms and Conditions

  1. The Presenter (Author) registration fee covers webinar platform, review processing, and publication(The registration fee is adjusted to the publication cost of the publisher)
  2. The registration fee covers one presenter only, and those payment proof should be submitted to our submission system.
  3. Payments are non-refundable, we will only refund an article processing charge for those papers that are rejected by the Publisher.
  4. Participants are responsible for transfer fees and bank charges.
  5. At least one author for each accepted paper must register.


Payment procedure  will be informed after abstract acceptance.
After making the payment, author MUST upload the transfer proof via this website (NOT Email). Author can upload by logging in to our submission system.
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Steering Commitee

  • Prof. Dr. Ir. Slamet Widodo, ST.,M.T. ASEAN Eng. IPM (Vice Dean of Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Indonesia)
  • Dr. Ilmawan Mustaqim, S.Pd.T., M.T. (Vice Dean of Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Indonesia)
  • Dr. Drs. Totok Heru Tri Maryadi M.Pd. (Vice Dean of Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Indonesia)
  • Dr. Apri Nuryanto, M.T. (Head of Department of Mechanical Engineering Education, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Indonesia)
  • Assoc. Prof. Ferry Jie, Ph.D., FCILT, FCES (Department of School of Business and Law, Edith Cowan University, Australian)


IT Support

  • Purwanto, M.Pd. (Department of Automotive Engineering Education, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Indonesia)


Contact Persons


Faculty of Engineering (FT)
Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta
Karangmalang, Yogyakarta 55281, Indonesia.

Contact Persons

 +62274 586734, 542663 (ext, 1276)

 +62 812-3552-2180 (Dewi Eka Murniati, S.E., M.M., Ph.D.)
 +62 852-2890-7853 (Novi Trilisiana S.Pd., M.Pd.)


Faculty of Engineering UNY





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