Students of the Cao Thang Technical College in their practice session

Vocational training finds new potential

Statistics from the university entrance examination this year showed that many colleges were able to gain a very positive registration rate of 75 – 100 percent of their target this year, however, many local less well-known colleges and vocational colleges are not able to attract a sufficient number of students.
Students are learning a job at a vocational school in HCMC (Photo: SGGP)

English to be compulsory subject in schools

Since 2018, the Ho Chi Minh City’s People Committee required English to become compulsory subject, aming to improve vocational training quality for the youth.

HCMC wants vocational training for disabled students

HCMC wants vocational training for disabled students

Ho Chi Minh City proposed the Ministry of Education and Training to work out a vocational training for students with disabilities to help them integrating the society and earning money to feed themselves.
 
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Schools asked to collect tuition fee in accordance with law

The Ministry of Education and Training has sent its document to public facilities of higher education and vocational training institutions, asking them to collect tuition fee of the academic year 2017-2018 in accordance with the law.
 
Rural laborers work in a company in Cu Chi District (photo: SGGP)

Rural laborers find it hard to have job

District authorities said that it is difficult to encourage laborers in rural districts to take park in vocational training courses and it is more difficult to find suitable jobs for them.
Vietnam targets 5.5 million trained workers in rural areas by 2020

Vietnam targets 5.5 million trained workers in rural areas by 2020

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and the Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs yesterday jointly hosted a national conference on vocational training for rural labors, discussing solutions to obtain the target of 5.5 million trained workers by 2020.