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“Synthesis - Blending English Language Proficiency Utilizing SBAC 2030 Triple A in TVET Curriculum in Today’s Innovative and Digital Era”

The global epidemic of COVID-19 ushered in a new normal, reshaping teaching and learning methods. New workforce industry certification requirements are being implemented, adapting new course curricula and competency capabilities for yet-to-be-created occupations. TVET fosters the growth and development of education for society's alternative and practical livelihoods as well as employment. This includes the significance of the English language in reshaping course content and syllabuses to accommodate this new standard. The "Building Future Skills" initiative at Siam Business Administration Technological College (SBAC) is a prominent frontrunner in today's TVET education. The institution's pedagogical structure caters to the "digital native" generation of students. SBAC continues to maintain high rankings by responding to new innovations and digital literacy. SBAC maintains top quality in the delivery of engaging quality education through its triple-A bandwagon: Align, Acquire, and Apply, in response to new innovation and digital literacy. These three prospective elements are critical in the development of course content and syllabuses. This research begins with the first A- A-align, which is based on the results of the initial assessment conducted prior to the start of the course. It highlights the student's low and high spots in terms of English proficiency. It also gives teachers information on the student's interests, as well as the abilities the learners need to improve. The second A stands for Acquire, students will be able to begin the course using personalized learning modalities that are relevant and designed for their major. Students will be able to obtain the necessary knowledge, skills, and competencies to meet today's workforce qualifications. Finally, the third A represents Students/graduates who can now use the taught knowledge and skills proportionate to this generation's expectations, both from the institution and the employing industry, after completing the course. The internet eon connects totally to the worldwide portfolio of today's new invention, with the English language leading as a universal interchange to its specialized purpose in the technical and vocational industry. By incorporating English competence into the TVET curriculum, non-English native-speaking countries gain a significant advantage. While human capital remains the most important factor in innovation and digital intervention, employing businesses around the world are focusing on science, Technology, Robotics, Engineering Arts, and Mathematics (STREAM) blended alongside English for Specific and Vocational Purposes adapting, knowledge, and skills competencies for new and yet-to-be-created jobs. SBAC has developed a framework for TVET teaching and learning that addresses New Qualification Competencies (NQC) anticipating 2030 as a leading TVET institution in Thailand.