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Doãn Giang Nov 11 2019 9:30AM GMT + 7
Vietnam integrates more and more deeply into the regional and world economy, many bilateral and multilateral trade agreements have been signed, implemented and most recently, participation in signing negotiations. Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) such as Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTTP), Vietnam-European Union Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA), etc. This requires Ask vocational training more diverse to meet the needs of the labor market, train high-quality human resources, meet the development requirements of the economy that requires the participation of the whole society.
Mr. Hoang Quang Phong - Vice President of Vietnam Chamber of Commerce
Opening remark at the forum, Mr. Hoang Quang Phong - Vice President of Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry said: “VCCI has made efforts to carry out many activities to promote the relationship between enterprises and schools. Last July, VCCI organized the launch of a provincial coordination committee on cooperation between businesses and schools in training and recruitment. I believe this is a standard model and can be replicated nationwide under the effective guidance of the NHO. The forum is a bridge connecting businesses and vocational schools, aiming to meet the needs of human resources for the economy. ”
VCCI and NHO have cooperated since 2004, with the support of NHO, VCCI has implemented a new model of vocational training based on the Norwegian model of vocational training, thereby linking the university with enterprises. Accordingly, businesses participate in the training process, contribute to the development of vocational training curricula and methods to meet the needs of enterprises; appointing technical staff to teach at the school; welcoming teachers and students to practice in businesses.
Ms. Tori Tveit - Director of Norwegian Federation of Enterprises (NHO)
We now have the Law on Vocational Education, Decree No. 48/2015 / ND-CP dated May 15, 2015, defining the rights and responsibilities of enterprises in Vocational Education Activities, Circular No. 29/2017 / TT-BLĐTBXH regulating business cooperation between schools and schools. Accordingly, enterprises have the rights and responsibilities in training human resources for their enterprises, coordinate with vocational training institutions to jointly train and order training, and directly participate in training activities. such as developing training programs, organizing teaching, evaluating learning outcomes of apprentices, etc.
Mr. Pham Van Luyen - Deputy Director of Vinh Phuc Department of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs assessed that Vinh Phuc was in a situation of both surplus and lack of labor. "Lack of local labor at factories and companies have a monthly recruiting bill," he said. Many high-quality workers from Hanoi, Phu Tho and Yen Bai came to Vinh Phuc to work. Excess labor is because many workers go to work in Bac Ninh, Thai Nguyen and Ho Chi Minh. In the area, there are 39 vocational training institutions with 7 vocational training schools and 1 training school. Each year, 35,000 workers can be trained from intermediate and primary levels. The scale of 2018 is 71.5%. Vocational schools want to sign orders with businesses and commit to fully meet, including the national, international and ASEAN levels. ”
Ms. Tran Thi Lan Anh Deputy General Secretary of Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Director of (4th from the right)
Vinh Phuc is one of the provinces with good results in connecting enterprises with vocational education. Ms. Tran Thi Lan Anh - Deputy General Secretary of Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Director of the Office of Employers, said VCCI will try to accompany enterprises to build mechanisms and policies to link businesses. career with the school; at the same time support enterprises to build models, curriculum of lecturers to attract cooperation from schools. Successful model of linking vocational education with enterprises in Vinh Phuc will be the foundation for replicating the model nationwide in the future.
The seminar is a forum for State management agencies, business associations / businesses / schools and vocational education institutions to discuss and share content related to career orientation and major. recruitment policies, strengthening the connection between enterprises and vocational training institutions in training and recruiting skilled labor, helping businesses improve the quality of human resources, improve productivity and improve high competitiveness.
Some photos at the Forum