The Study of Export-Import Logistics Operation Competence of Thai Employee for Asian Economic Community

Natepanna Yavirach


This research was conducted to support the opening of the Asian Economic Community through the import-export logistic management operation of Thai employee competence. This approach is an innovative concept in Thailand with regards to the application of standard practices for occupation competency in logistic industries. This is the first time of Thai employee competency standard measurement. This can be ensured by obtaining a qualification test and certification from The Institute of Thailand Professional Qualification Standard Institute. Export-import’s competency standard collected by using focus groups from top management and expertise employees in terms of export and import operation.

The research objective is to identify the standard competence of workers for export and import custom operation with the standard practice in terms of the entrepreneurial requirements. Furthermore, export and import competency standard be practiced for internationally as ISO 17024 standardization. As well as export and import operation standards with AEO international operations for the Asian Economic Community in 2016.

The research scope of the study related to custom clearance and custom broker employee in term of standard of occupation competency by using the Functional Analysis, Functional Map which consists of Key Purpose, Key Role and Key Function in relation to the unit of competence which consists of Element of competency, Performance Criteria, Range Statement, Evidence Requirement and Assessment Guidance and setting the competency level form for each career.

Keywords: Competency Standard, Professional Qualification, Export-Import, Logistic Operation, Competence, Custom Broker

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