|A training course for female workers under framework of the Korean public-private partnership co-operation project in Hai Duong Province. — Photo KOICA
HAI DUONG (VNS) — Female human resources in Hai Duong Province will receive training under a Korean public-private partnership co-operation project, Beautiful classroom.
The US$200,000 project, which is aimed at training female human resources for managers in service industry, started this morning at Hai Duong Vocational Centre.
Disparity in the incomes of male and female workers and unsafe work environment are the main factors obstructing women from participating in the economy, said KOICA's Chief Representative Chang Jae Yun.
"Through this project, we want to help women improve their skills in service industry as that will help them reach higher positions at work," added Yun.
Some 150 managers in the service industry will be given classroom training in English, Korean languages, and computer as well as service skills in 2015, with an aim to provide skilled managers for Korean enterprises in Hai Duong Province.
The project is funded by Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) and Asiana Airlines.
There are currently more than 270 foreign enterprises, including 30 Korean firms, operating in Hai Duong Province. — VNS