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GIZ Suggests Vietnam Urge Firms Participate More in Vocational Education and Training
13:52' 7/13/2020

Vietnam should urge businesses to participate more in vocational training, including financial tasks, suggested Dr. Juergen Hartwig, director of the Program Reform of technical and vocational education and training (TVET) in Vietnam, under the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ). He lauded that Vietnam’s policies are more and more encouraging TVET units to cooperate with firms and have more autonomy. However, such cooperation is still weak and Vietnam should provide more policies, such as preferential tax policies, to encourage firms to join in TVET. He gave an example that the GIZ’s Vietnam Germany TVET reform program led to positive results, such as firms paid for the training of learners during courses at firms. Besides, he suggested that Vietnam should encourage experts from firms, firms, associations, and the VCCI to join hands in building standards of training programs and ratings of learners. 
Source: GIZ Hanoi


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