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Deputy PM calls for more human resources planning

Update: September, 29/2012 - 08:43

HA NOI (VNS)— Effective measures on human resource planning and training were the main interest of leaders of sectors from 63 provinces and cities as well as large enterprises during a teleconference with Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Thien Nhan yesterday.

Nhan said all sectors and localities needed to make efforts to accomplish human resource planning and training, based on society's demands.

Participants at the conference agreed with Nhan's idea, and said there was a lack of connection and synchronisation between human resource planning and policies regulating recruitment of human resources.

Co-ordination between relevant agencies at central and grass-roots level in training and .improving quality of employees remained loose, they said.

Many localities had failed to form a council responsible for this issue while some sectors did not have agencies to supervise training activities, they added.

Nhan said it was also necessary for provinces and cities that had already finalised their plans for human resource development to the year 2020 to publicise them for investors, sectors and localities in order to mobilise all available resources and take advantage of their co-operation during their implementation.

In doing so, localities should draft out specific plans to work with investors and enterprises on human resource programmes, especially in the fields of agriculture, tourism and industrial areas for next year, he said.

Each sector should build their own training models based on their enterprises. They should also encourage enterprises to participate in training activities. For example, German companies had plans to take on Vietnamese apprentices in their factories, who would gain full time employment after they graduated.

The Ministry of Education and Training has co-operated with sectors to set up a special mechanism in human resource training in the North-west, Central Highlands, South-West and central Ha Tinh Province in which localities actively define their demand for human resources according to different intellectual levels, sectors and employers. The localities also take responsibility for the recruitment processes.

A website about human resource training set up by the Ministry of Planning and Investment serves as a base for enterprises and sectors to get information about human resources in these localities

The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs in co-operation with other ministries is responsible for setting up a framework of vocational training levels and detailed plans for vocational training centres, suitable with the nation's comprehensive human resource training plan. —VNS

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