Hanoi (VNA) – Delegates to the 2022 Youth Forum on March 30 compared notes on Party and state policies and guidelines regarding vocational training for young people.
They looked at the vocational training of young people from rural areas or workers, the disabled, ethnic minorities and students, and those who have completed their military service.
Truong Anh Dung, Chief Executive Officer of
Professional training at the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA), said the government has outlined a planning plan for
quality vocational schoolswhich aims for 70 schools by 2025 with 130 professions.
Currently, 25 vocational schools in Vietnam meet Australian standards and another 45 meet German standards, according to Dung.
He briefed participants on policies aimed at promoting vocational training in high-tech sectors and improving the quality of personnel to cope with the fourth industrial revolution.
In his address, Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam said that apart from soft skills, young people should be equipped with other skills such as teamwork and presentation skills.
He called on vocational schools to integrate vocational training into general education in order to improve the quality of vocational training.
Nguyen Dac Vinh, Chairman of the Committee on Culture, Education, Adolescents and Children of the National Assembly, stressed that the professional training of young people should be considered a central task of the education sector and training at all levels.
He proposed that the Secretariat of the Party Central Committee issue a new guideline on reforming and strengthening vocational training in the new situation, and that the legislature and its Standing Committee lead the revision of relevant laws, complete or adopt new ones. new legal regulations to facilitate vocational training./ .