The training centre is located in the VinFast auto manufacturing complex in the Dinh Vu – Cat Hai economic zone. It is expected to become operational this August, training 200 students in its first academic year.
After finishing a two-and-a-half-year course, trainees will be granted vocational certificates under the Association of German Chambers of Commerce and Industry.
They will have opportunities to work at the VinFast auto and electric bike factory, more than 300 German companies in Vietnam and 47,900 German firms around the world, according to VinFast.
The centre is part of VinFast’s development strategy. In the first phase, the business will mainly employ foreign experts, aiming to become a leading auto and e-bike producer in the region. Meanwhile, it will step up personnel training so its staff can master advanced production techniques.