The Impacts of On- The Impacts of On-the-Job Training on Job Training on Job Training on Labor Market Outcomes Labor Market OutcomesDual Training Dual Training Dual Training System in the Philippines

Futoshi Yamauchi / Kim, Tae Jong / Kye Woo Lee / Marites Tiongco

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This paper estimates the impacts of the Philippine Dual Training System (DTS) on labor market outcomes using a recent survey that tracked graduates from DTS and non-DTS programs provided by vocational training institutes. DTS programs partner with local employers to combine on-the-job training (OJT) with the conventional school- or center-based instructions, while non-DTS programs consist solely of the latter. The estimation results in Fuzzy Regression Discontinuity Design show a significantly positive impact on the most-recent monthly earnings. Quantitatively, the impact on the most-recent monthly earnings attributable to DTS is large, that is, more than 75% increase relative to the average non-DTS program graduate earnings, and the impact significantly increases with the OJT intensity, measured by the number of hours of in-company training and work. The above results indicate that the OJT part of DTS is the essential contributor to higher earnings of the DTS graduates.

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Angelo King Institute
Dual training; On-the-job training; Labor market; Philippines
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Angelo King Institute Working Paper Series Working Paper Series er Series 2017-039
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