A Ho Chi Minh City delegation has recently won first prize at a festival for vocational teachers nationwide. In recognition, the deputy chairwoman of the city’s People’s Committee, Nguyen Thi Thu Ha, August 12 awarded credits and rewards to the city’s teachers who succeeded at the event.
Deputy chairwoman of the Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee, Nguyen Thi Thu Ha (R), August 12 awards credits and rewards to the city’s teachers who win prizes at the festival for vocational teachers nationwide. (Photo:SGGP)
The teaching festival attracted 258 teachers from 54 provinces and cities.
The city’s delegation had four teachers who won first prize, two teachers who won second prize, four teachers won third and two teachers won consolation prizes.
In related news, at a seminar on education, vocational training and skills in HCM City on August 12, educational experts forecast that between 2009 and 2010 the city will need more than 270,000 workers each year.
The demand for skills is centered on IT, telecoms, electrical engineering, electronics, the refrigeration industry, food chemistry, tourism and finance.
Currently, the city has many vocational training schools teaching various careers.
Students will still have chances to continue studies despite failing to get into college and university. However, people should choose careers suitable to labor market demand and their abilities, delegates agreed.