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Linking vocational education in the capital with the labor market
On the morning of December 11, at the Center for Culture, Information and Sports of Bac Tu Liem district, the Hanoi Department of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs held a conference to link the capital's vocational education with the market. labor in 2022. Ms. Bach Lien Huong, Director of the Hanoi Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs said: The conference aims to improve the quality of vocational education in the capital, link vocational training with the recruitment needs of enterprises and the labor market, and at the same time promote propaganda, counseling, career guidance, streamlining junior high school students (secondary school), high school students (high school), job introduction for final year students of vocational education institutions (TVET) and workers in the city. Mr. Truong Anh Dung, Director General of the Directorate of Vocational Education and Training (DVET), suggested that colleges and intermediate schools strengthen their connection with businesses in training.
Minister Dao Ngoc Dung affirms his commitment to remove obstacles to general education in vocational schools
The Minister of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs Dao Ngoc Dung said that the Prime Minister had asked the three ministries to focus on solving problems in general education in vocational schools and affirmed his determination to solve the problem right after the meeting. On the morning of October 28, the National Assembly continued to discuss the results of socio-economic development in 2022, and the socio-economic development plan in 2023. The lively discussion atmosphere continued to be maintained, many emerging issues in socio-economic life were pointed out by the delegates. At the discussion session, right before the break, the Minister spoke on issues under the ministry's state management responsibility.  
World Skills Competition 2022 Special Edition: Vietnamese delegation achieves unprecedented achievements
On the morning of October 17 (Vietnam time), the organizers of the World Vocational Skills Competition (Word Skills) 2022 in Germany officially announced that the Vietnamese delegation won two silver medals in CNC milling and CNC turning. 
Training associated with Employment-Advantages of vocational schools
Enrollment work of colleges and intermediate schools this year lasted longer than every year because the universities was still recruiting additionally. Besides colleges and intermediate schools, which are struggling to enroll, there are still schools that have basically "finished" in this race when linking training with employment.
Enhancing worker skills: A key point in digital transformation in Vietnam
It is not technology, but the skills of workers, that are the important keys to the question of labor and human resources in Vietnam in the digital transformation process - especially after the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Editor's note: Responding to National Digital Transformation Day 10/10, VietNamNet Newspaper opens the section "Contributing ideas to Digital Transformation", contributing to spreading good experiences, good lessons, typical characters and stories of both the success and failure of agencies, organizations, localities, businesses as well as people in the journey of transforming operations to the digital environment. VietNamNet would like to introduce the article by Mr. Nguyen Thanh Son, Chairman of MVV Entrepreneur Academy (the business school model that brings a variety of training solutions to businesses).
Deputy Minister of MOLISA Le Tan Dung: Appropriate mechanism is needed to promote self-production of training equipment
On October 10, the opening ceremony of the 7th National DIY Training Equipment Contest, 2022 took place in Vung Tau. This year's contest has the participation of representatives from 57 provinces and centrally-run cities with 381 devices from 191 vocational education institutions.   Speaking at the opening ceremony, Deputy Minister of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs Le Tan Dung affirmed that human resource development, especially high-quality human resources, is one of the three strategic breakthroughs and orientations for building an open and flexible VET system, which focuses on retraining and regular training of the workforce, forming a skilled workforce, creating a basis for the implementation of VET innovation and development in the coming period.  
Vocational skills development and human resources quality improvement
The Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) proposes a group of solutions to develop vocational skills and improve the quality of human resources According to MOLISA, the assessment and granting of national vocational skills certificates were previously regulated in the Law on Vocational Training 2006.
President of Korea meets Competitors ahead of WorldSkills Competition 2022 Special Edition
On the eve of the 2022 WorldSkills Competition 2022, Korean competitors were encouraged by President Yoon Suk-yeol. The President Suk-yeol encouraged the competitors during his recent visit to the Global Institute of Skills Transfer (GIFTS) in Incheon.
Enhancing the effectiveness and efficiency of the National Qualifications Framework - Issues and recommendations from policy perspective
Introduction   The Vietnam's National Qualification Framework (NQF) was approved by the Prime Minister under Decision No. 1982/QD-TTg dated October 18, 2016. Up to that time, the NQF had not been mentioned in any relevant legal documents of Vietnam including the Law on Education, the Law on Higher Education and the Law on Vocational Education, apart from the two documents of the Education Development Strategy 2011- 2020 and the 2011-2020 Vocational Development Strategy. The NQF was not implemented until it was incorporated into the Law on Higher Education 2018 and the Law on Education 2019. Although Decision No. 1982/QD-TTg is considered as a derivative to amend and supplement a number of relevant articles of the Law on Higher Education 2018 and the Law on Education 2019, and possibly the Law on Vocational Education in the future, at the time it was initially developed, it is still subject to certain constraints of all three of the Laws above. Therefore, it cannot avoid a few limitations.   This article presents some key findings on the issue from a policy and legal perspective and proposes some recommendations to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the VQF.   These key findings are extracted from Scientific research subject 16-20.ĐT.004 "Solutions for implementing the Vietnam National Qualifications Framework" under the National Education Science Program in the period 2016 – 2020. The research method used includes collecting secondary information, analyzing the policy framework and some key findings from education and training practices related to the NQF.
On September 23, 2022, at the headquarters of the Directorate of Vocational Education and Training (DVET), Deputy Director General of DVET Pham Vu Quoc Binh worked with RMIT University Australia led by Ms. Mish Eastman, Deputy President (In charge of training), RMIT University Australia is the leader of the delegation. Attending the meeting were Ms. Jen Bahen, Education Counselor, Australian Ambassador, Ms. Duong Hong Loan, Director of External Relations and Strategy, RMIT Vietnam University and related units under DVET. Over meeting

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