A total of 70 vocational schools are expected to be recognised as high-quality establishments during the 2025-2030 period, with at least five satisfying the standards set by the group of developed nations (G20).
VOV.VN - Vietnamese businesses are coordinating with schools to fulfill their human resources needs. This trend has been particularly helpful to the country’s startup movement.
How to improve the quality of trainers at vocational schools in Vietnam was the main theme at a workshop held on March 20 in the framework of a joint project on vocational training between Vietnam and the UK.
A seminar is being held in Ho Chi Minh City from October 23-26 to discuss the effective management of vocational training establishments.
Ho Chi Minh City’s Department of Labour, War Invalids and Social Affairs will send students of local universities, colleges and vocational schools to the Japanese city of Yokohama for training in nursing skills.
Technical vocational education and training (TVET) institutes in Ho Chi Minh City plan to train students in green-growth fields that promote economic sustainability.
Although hundreds of thousands of university graduates fail to secure jobs, students and their families still hope to attend university at any cost, leaving vocational schools struggling to attract enough students to operate.
Ho Chi Minh City authorities have launched a plan worth US$1.54 million to provide vocational training to 12,000 rural workers in 2017.
Forty-five vocational schools around the country will pilot a programme to teach international curricula in 34 vocations to improve the quality of human resources.
The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) and the United Nations Population Funds (UNFPA) published materials for educating sexual and reproductive health and HIV prevention at vocational schools nationwide in Hanoi on November 3.
More manual workers will be recruited over the next three months in Ho Chi Minh City to prepare for the Tet holiday next year, a survey conducted by the Centre for Human Resource Forecast and Labour Information has found.
The 2015 Job Fair was opened in southern Ho Chi Minh City by the General Directorate of Vocational Training and the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs on June 30.
The Government has abolished a regulation requiring foreign teachers to have at least five years of experience in order to work at foreign-invested kindergartens and general education schools as well as facilities offering short-term training courses.
The labour market in HCM City is expected to stabilise by year-end as the economy recovers steam, according to the city's Centre for Forecasting Manpower Needs and Labour Market Information.
The Government has decided to spend VND2.4 trillion (US$115.2 million) to support 23 poor districts nationwide to reduce poverty quickly and sustainably in the next five years.
The southern province of Tien Giang will face a shortage of about 30,000 workers for nearly-opened companies and factories.
A seminar on promoting work culture for sustainable employment was co-organised by the Vietnam Vocational Training Association and the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) on December 17 in HCM City.