|Trainees work in groups as part of the programme. — Photo Courtesy of the Luxembourg Development Cooperation Project VIE/034.|
BẮC KẠN — As many as 50 leaders from 23 vocational schools in the northern region of Việt Nam are gathering in a training programme in Bắc Kạn Province to harness and share their management experience.
The five-day training progamme on “Management of Vocational Education and Training (VET) Colleges” was launched in the northern province of Bắc Kạn.
The event, which will end on Friday, is organised with support from VET-Toolbox, Bắc Kạn Vocational College and the Luxembourg Development Cooperation Project VIE/034.
The objective of the training is to help VET colleges improve their knowledge and management skills and assess the actions necessary to respond to the labour market’s changing demands.
The training is composed of thirteen modules such as strategies and policies, vocational pedagogy, quality assurance, curriculum development, models of excellence in management, customers and society, finances and budgeting, private-public partnerships, Industry 4.0 and business plans.
The training will be conducted by international experts selected by VET Toolbox, a demand-based facility that provides practical support to selected countries implementing VET and labour market reform.
LuxDev Project VIE/034 - Bắc Kạn Vocational Education and Training Phase two has been implemented in the province since 2016 with the goal of improving the management capacity of the province and providing training programmes that meet market needs. — VNS