Child labour down by 94 million since 2000, a gain now under threat.
According to the survey, about 46.2% of enterprises do not have a cooperation program with schools and vocational training institutions in Vietnam today.
Vocational training associated with businesses is a breakthrough solution. However, the number of businesses in parallel with vocational schools is not much, leading to enterprises "thirst" for labor, and students are still looking for jobs.
On September 25, 2019, in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) attended the Preliminary Conference and Plan Consensus 2019-2020 Aus4Skill Program Project. This is an activity within the framework of the Memorandum of Cooperation between the General Department of Vocational Education (INGO) and the Australian and Vietnam Program for Human Resource Development (Aus4Skills).
In order to promote cooperation in the field of vocational education (MOET) and human resource movement between Germany and Vietnam, from September 23 to September 27, 2019 the delegation of the Ministry of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs The association is headed by Minister Dao Ngoc Dung, who is visiting and working in Germany.
Nghe An is the largest province in the country, every year, Nghe An has a large number of workers participating in the labor market, so the solutions to improve the quality of human resources for industrialization, Modernizing and improving labor productivity, restructuring labor, sustainable poverty reduction and international integration are regularly concerned, directed and achieved remarkable results by all levels, sectors and localities.
Labor in small and medium-sized enterprises in Quang Ngai province will be supported 100% of the cost of short-term vocational training. During the training period, employees are fully entitled to social insurance and health insurance regimes.
In order to improve Vietnamese labor skills, Deputy Minister of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs, Mr. Le Quan said that linking business (enterprises) and vocational schools is a breakthrough. All solutions from improving the quality and promoting autonomy in vocational training are aimed at meeting the human resource requirements of enterprises. To do so, must have the participation of businesses.
Developing vocational training programs in enterprises is a very urgent issue today in the renovation and improvement of the quality of vocational education. However, how to effectively implement this work is a new issue.
Connecting vocational education with businesses is an important solution to improve the quality of training, helping graduates quickly integrate into the labor market.
On December 11, 2019, in Yen Bai province, the Directorate of Vocational Education & Training (DVET) in collaboration with the Danish Embassy in Vietnam, the Ministry of Children and Education of Denmark organized Phase 2 of the Project on Vocational Education Development - Danish - Vietnamese Cooperation.