Vocational Education and Training (VET) has great breakthroughs in 2018. VET is a key task to improve the quality of human resources, to suffice the requirements of the industrial revolution 4.0. According to recent reports, VET has achieved positive changes, VET effectively suffice the needs of learners, labor markets and enterprises, especially high technology department.
Simplify administrative procedures
On March 30, 2018, the Directorate of Vocational Education and Trainning (DVET) issued Decision No. 213 / QD-TCGDNN about improve the administrative plan. Up to date, all of the missions have been directed, of which 55/82 missions have been completed.
In the first 6 months of 2018, all activities have been closely monitored. Promulgated: Decree No. 49/2018 / ND-CP dated March 30, Circular No. 03/2018 / TT-BLDTBXH dated 15/6/2018; The remaining documents are being implemented as planned.
Review and propose abolishment and simplification of 71.6% of administrative procedures in VET. The DVET has signed cooperation with business associations, large corporations; establishing a working group linking education with labor market, decent work ...
In the first two quarters of 2018, VET achieved positive results such as renovating and improving operation efficiency, localities have been guided to review and rearrange their establishments. At the same time, to intensify the propaganda on changing the social awareness of vocational training and business development; To build and launch the application of vocational training - select schools on mobile phones in order to support foreign educational establishments in the recruitment and support of pupils, students and trainees.
VET has gradually improved, some areas have reached the level of the region and the world. The quality and skills of human resources through VET are gradually catching up with the labor market and engaging in almost all sectors of the national economy, taking on complex jobs and positions.
Overcoming enrollment targets at vocational schools
According to the report of MOLISA, the enrollment rate for the first nine months of 2018 was 1,746,000, reaching 79% of the plan; enrollment at intermediate and college level is about 396 thousand people, reaching 73% of the plan; elementary and other vocational training programs on 1,350 thousand people, reaching 81% of the plan. Vocational training, job creation for female workers, especially in rural areas are paid attention, over 48% of female workers are employed.
Industrial revolution 4.0 and the effects of new technology will bring both opportunities and challenges to the employment situation in Vietnam. The preparation of effective human resources in the environment requires high skills will bring great opportunities for businesses and workers in Vietnam. VET is the central task in Vietnam's development goals at present. VET should be proactive in developing training programs to meet the needs of the business; Improve admission process with better quality programs and increase marketing; To raise the quality of lecturers, managers and leaders according to international and modern models on vocational training establishments; Effectively enforces the national level framework.