The event aims to help Dong Nai province improve management capacity including skills on personnel management, project management, information and communication, security policies, information technology application, and other soft skills.
IBM Vietnam said the programme has a total investment of US$250,000.
The company will send 11 of its staff from eight countries,to conduct the programme from May 12-June 7.
It will also assist the provincial Department of Health in implementing two projects to improve public health and information technology training and management.
The goal of the two projects is to improve the skills and capacity of health staff in managing and promoting community health programmes, bettering communications on disease prevention, food safety, hygiene and epidemiology, and enhancing the management of national disease prevention programmes.
The two projects will also help increase the quality of public health programmes through information technology application.
IBM will carry out two projects on building information security solutions and training in project management and innovative solutions at the provincial Department of Science and Technology.
The projects aim to improve the security system of the center for advanced science – technology applications in the province.
Since 2008, IBM has organised ten programmes supporting skills and professional experience for provinces across the country including Danang, Can Tho, Quang Ninh, Haiphong, and Hue in the field of human resource management and import and export market expansion.