|The Centre for Support of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises in the North in partnership with MVV Entrepreneur Academy Corporation on Friday in Hà Nội launched SME E-learning, a free online course for SMEs. — VNA/VNS Photo Hằng Trần|
HÀ NỘI — The Centre for Support of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises in the North (TAC-Hà Nội) in partnership with MVV Entrepreneur Academy Corporation launched SME E-learning on Friday in Hà Nội, a free online course for SMEs.
SME E-learning features various online lessons covering key corporate issues, including sales and marketing, finance, accounting, human resource management, production management, strategic thinking and leadership skills, said director of TAC-Hà Nội, Lê Văn Khương.
The move is part of the centre’s efforts to assist with the enforcement of the Law on Support for SMEs, which took effect from January 1, 2018, he noted, adding that it aimed to provide fundamental knowledge and management skills for business managers and startup owners.
The course was built on the MVV Everlearn e-learning platform using cloud computing technology to offer integrated advanced learning tools.
With this system, learners can study anywhere at any time on their smartphones. They will also benefit from a wide range of online learning materials, including numerous case study videos, and at the same time, they can contact and interact with each others on the system.
Khương said he hoped that SME E-learning would encourage more Vietnamese SMEs to pay heed to human resources.
This year, the course has provided 15 online lessons developed by the MVV Entrepreneur Academy Corporation. All the lessons are available on the website: vietnamsme.gov.vn and the Facebook fanpage: facebook.com/TACHANOI.
Learners can register to join the course via https://bit.ly/sme-elearning.
According to the Ministry of Planning and Investment, about 98 per cent of the over 700,000 businesses in Việt Nam were SMEs and the private economic sector – of which SMEs made up the majority – contributed about 48 per cent to the country’s GDP and created over 50 per cent of total jobs. — VNS