Participants and experts at the graduation ceremony


Collective knowledge to build occupational standards in logistics
 

With the participation of lecturers, managers at vocational training institutions, the training course: “Professional Development Program in Industry-led VET Model” has just organized its graduation ceremony in Ho Chi Minh City.


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Participants received Certificate of Participation after the training course


Competency-based training and assessment strategy in logistics sector
 

Lecturers from vocational schools in Ho Chi Minh City who participated in a training course on Competency-based training and assessment (CBTA) strategy in logistics have organized the graduation ceremony and discussed solutions for wide application of competency-based approach following the industry-led vocational education and training in logistics sector in Vietnam.


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Ms Lou De Castro Myles an International Consultant and Teaching Specialist Queensland University of Technology


Lou De Castro Myles and her contributions to Vietnam’s vocational training in logistics sector
 

With more than 40 years of experience in developing and consulting training curriculum for projects, Ms. Lou De Castro Myles, an International Consultant and Teaching Specialist, Queensland University of Technology, Australia, is also well-known as an important contributor to vocational training for logistics sector in Vietnam, through Aus4Skills program


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Australian Ambassador to Vietnam Graham Alliband is pictured during a trip to deliver food aid in Son La province in 1991


Graham Alliband - Former Australian ambassador with 47 years working in Vietnam
 

Former Australian Ambassador Mr. Graham Alliband was conferred an honorary doctorate from Thai Nguyen University for his contributions to the university, marking a new chapter in his connection with Vietnam throughout 47 years. Tuoi Tre (Youth) Newspaper had a recent exclusive interview with him.


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The joy of receiving the Australian Awards Scholarship of new recipient Ms. Phan Thi Rat


Learning to overcome adversity
 

"“My life has changed significantly. I do not care about my disability, I do not have the fear of being looked at or commented on any more. I become confident at school, free to have fun and glow with great happiness when I can do what I want” - said Phan Thi Rát.


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