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In Vietnam now, electronic enterprises tend to increase in size and quality. However, according to statistics from the Institute of Labor Science and Social Affairs, nearly 69% of labors working in the electronics industry are not trained. They are assigned simple jobs such as sales, machine operation.
Linking businesses and vocational education and training schools in vocational education is one of the key tasks of the Government in 2018. Currently, the proportion of business associates "order" with vocational schools increasingly. However, the difficulties in mechanisms, policies and the lack of similarity between enterprises and vocational education institutions create many barriers between the parties.
Vietnam is the second country most affected after Indonesia in the industrial revolution 4.0 (IR 4.0). Facing the challenges and demands of the Fourth Revolution, the traditional training methods of vocational education institutions will have to change. At the same time, the combination between the school and the business must also move in the direction of inevitable society.
At present, vocational schools have to compete with the system of universities, colleges, secondary schools, ..., the co-operate of enterprises with the vocational education institutions are the advantages and outstanding strength of vocational schools to attract students.
At present, it is quite difficult to recruit medium or high level employees, which is common in Vietnamese enterprises as well as FDI enterprises. Enterprises are willing to pay high starting salaries, but it is still difficult to find the right candidate.
Promoting socialization in vocational training is an important factor in addressing the school-school relationship. Enterprises want high quality human resources to meet the demand for labor, the school also needs output for graduates. However, this supply-demand spiral has not really touched.
The Industrial Revolution 4.0 (IR 4.0) has completely changed the face of the world, automation will tend to gradually replace the labor-intensive industries such as textiles and footwear.
Vietnam has an additional 50,000-60,000 jobs per year when participating in free trade agreements such as CPTPP, EVFTA, and RCEP.
"For a long time, public schools in charge of state education have been taking care of everything from recruitment costs and human resources to many passive facilities. Therefore, giving autonomy to schools must be more dynamic, especially in the training and business search. Many passive schools but when the state let go surely will have to change”
Vietnam is the second largest country in terms of the impact of technology and the replacement of labor. According to forecast, in the next 10 years, there will be 7.5 million people, equivalent to 13.8% of Vietnamese workers lose their jobs because of automation technology