Lam Dong guarantees vocational training quality
08:15 | 23/05/2013 Economy- Society
(VEN) - To guarantee the quality of local vocational training, the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong will adopt a number of measures in the coming period such as training associated on labor market forecasting for workers, translating theory into practice and focusing on qualitative training.
Issuing vocational cards for farmers: More time needed for piloting
15:10 | 17/05/2013 Economy- Society
(VEN) - Due to problems in the implementation process, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) has asked the government for permission to continue piloting the issuing of cards for rural people to attend vocational training courses in the field of agriculture before spreading the model nationwide.
Vocational training for youths in difficult situations
11:00 | 16/05/2013 Economy- Society
(VEN) - Ten young Vietnamese people aged from 18 to 24 living in difficult situations participated and completed the second vocational training program under the Youth Career Initiative (YCI). They were granted graduate certificates on May 6, 2013, opening up opportunities to find jobs in the future.
Ha Giang: A step forward in vocational training
14:30 | 06/05/2013 Economy- Society
(VEN) - According to Ha Giang Department of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs’ report, in the 2010-2012 period, the province's vocational training experienced changes in terms of content and form. The province currently has 18 vocational education institutions, including one college, one secondary school, 12 public centers, one private center and three vocational training schools.
Specialized vocational training model should be replicated
14:05 | 30/04/2013 Economy- Society
(VEN) - At a recent training session on Decision 1956, Director of General Department of Vocational Training's National Institute for Vocational Training Mac Van Tien said: "The specialized vocational training model was piloted in the past three years from 2010 to 2012 and involved the cultivation of cassava, tea, rubber, tobacco, rice, vegetables, mushrooms, breeding of pigs and poultry, and crafts such as welding, knitting, and weaving."