Students of Vocational College of Machinery and Irrigation

Adoption of international standards in vocational education and training (VET)

Currently, VET colleges aim to provide employees to obtain not only practical knowledge and skills for working at domestic enterprises and companies, but also satisfy foreign language requirements and international, regional occupational standards for working at foreign joint ventures and firms. To meet this target, VET schools and colleges should focus on fostering international cooperation and linkages.

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Nearly 200 academic leaders lecturers from Thai Nguyen University and its member universities participated in the workshop

University Quality Assurance: International experience and application to Vietnam’s universities

Earlier, on August 14, 2018 a workshop on University Quality Assurance was also held at Tay Bac University. In addition to the workshop, Tay Bac University is conducting a self-evaluation process. Under the ‘Improving Quality of Universities in the Northern Mountainous Region’ component of Aus4Skills, consultants on university accreditation have been invited to support Tay Bac University in this activity in the period from July to November 2018.

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Students of Vocational College of Machinery and Irrigation in a forklift operator training calss

Vietnam’s Logistics sector facing a shortage of highly-skilled workforce

“Most Vietnamese logistics companies consider employee training as an expense, not an investment. This perspective will not enhance competitiveness of the sector...” This is the opinion of Mr. Nguyen Duy Minh, General Secretary of Vietnam Logistics Business Association (VLA), at a talk about human resources training issues in the logistics sector.

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Students of Vocational College of Machinery and Irrigation

The vocational college without a day-off

We visited the Vocational College of Machinery and Irrigation (VCMI) in Dong Nai Province on a Sunday in May 2018 and saw groups of students in blue uniform excitedly entering their classes. The College Rector, Doctor Nguyen Van Chuong and his colleagues had arrived earlier and prepared for a usual working day. “We have more classes on Saturday and Sunday than week-days. Many vocational colleges wish to have such a work schedule!” – said Chuong cheerfully.

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Deo Thi Thuy

A THAI ETHNIC MINORITY FEMALE LECTURER RAISING FUNDS FOR HER CAMPAIGN AGAINST SEXUAL HARRASSMENT AT UNIVERSITY

During my six-week intensive training in Australia, I was very impressed about a center in Southern Australia focusing on prevention and control of sexual harassment and rape issues. The center is permitted to conduct forensic examinations. At that time, I wished that Vietnam would have a center like that; such hope is still alive in me…,said MSc. Deo Thi Thuy.

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