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Cooperation in vocational training remains loose

Cooperation in vocational training remains loose

Only 12.3 percent of Vietnamese businesses have regular cooperation with vocational schools, making it difficult to improve the country’s vocational education and solve unemployment.

Vietnam, Japan sign MoC on sending skilled labourers overseas

Vietnam, Japan sign MoC on sending skilled labourers overseas

VOV.VN - The Department of Overseas Labour under Vietnam’s Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs along with the Japan Ryokan & Hotel Association, signed a Memorandum of Cooperation on October 4 regarding the dispatch of specific skilled Vietnamese workers to Japan to work in the hospitality and hotel service sector.

Vietnam studies Germany’s dual training system

Vietnam studies Germany’s dual training system

A delegation of the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) led by Minister Dao Ngoc Dung recently joined various working sessions with German authorities on vocational training.

War veteran helps disabled people integrate into society

War veteran helps disabled people integrate into society

VOV.VN - As Chairwoman of Thanh Xuan district’s Disabled People’s Association in Hanoi, war veteran Nguyen Thi Thuy Ngan has organized numerous programs to help people with disabilities integrate into society.

Vocational training needs to attract participation of enterprises

Vocational training needs to attract participation of enterprises

Enterprises are not interested in collaboration with vocational training establishments to train students or update their internal training programmes because the laws are not clear about their role and responsibilities, according to Vo Tan Thanh, Director of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s HCM City Branch.

Non-governmental organisations active in social welfare

Non-governmental organisations active in social welfare

Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) have been very active in social welfare projects across Vietnam, said Deputy Minister of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs Le Tan Dung at a conference in Hanoi on December 19 to promote cooperation with NGOs in this field.

Vietnam, RoK share experience in communications development, education

Vietnam, RoK share experience in communications development, education

A delegation from the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee's Commission for Information and Education, led by its deputy head Nguyen Thanh Long,is on a working visit to the RoK from December 10-14 to explore experience in communications development and education.

Vietnamese SMEs offered chance to learn from senior Dutch experts

Vietnamese SMEs offered chance to learn from senior Dutch experts

A meeting was held in Hanoi on December 8 to introduce cooperation opportunities between Vietnam’s small- and medium-size enterprises (SMEs) and PUM Netherlands senior experts - a volunteer organisation committed to the sustainable development of SMEs in developing countries and emerging markets.

HCM City calls for German state’s investment in training

HCM City calls for German state’s investment in training

Vice Chairman of the Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee Tran Vinh Tuyen has highlighted good chances investors from Germany and its Saxony state will have when investing in areas of the city’s demands, especially in education and vocational training.

Personnel training – key to marine economy sustainably

Personnel training – key to marine economy sustainably

Human resources development has been seen as the key to developing the marine economy sustainably as well as managing, using and protecting maritime resources in Vietnam, as these sectors require a large and skilled labour force.

HCM City aims for sustainable poverty reduction

HCM City aims for sustainable poverty reduction

Ho Chi Minh City aims to reduce the number of poor households by 0.8 percent next year and raise the average income per capita of these households by 3.5 times by 2020 compared to 2011.