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Linking vocational education in the capital with the labor market
13:55' 12/15/2022

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.
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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.

The conference strengthens information and communication work to raise society's awareness of the role, values ​​and activities in the field of TVET, attracting the attention of businesses, learners and society in the field of vocational education and training. capital vocational education cooperation; Promote and encourage pupils and students at TVET institutes to participate in the creative start-up movement in the Capital area; Create opportunities for connection between TVET institutes and enterprises in improving training quality, timely updating development trends of the market and labor recruitment demand, moving towards joint training in accordance with the law. business needs; Contributing to improving the rate of trained labor of the City.

Mr. Truong Anh Dung, Director General of DVET, said: According to feedback from businesses, when recruiting workers, there are still many skills shortages, which causes workers to do not work in the right professions. . Therefore, in order to develop high-quality human resources, it is necessary to develop vocational skills, to link TVET with enterprises and the labor market; vocational training according to the needs of enterprises. Therefore, the conferences linking TVET with the labor market that Hanoi deploys are practical activities that need to be promoted regularly; businesses provide information to better understand recruitment needs; strengthen training in both vocational skills and soft skills so that students and graduates can meet the job requirements of enterprises when they graduate.

Within the framework of the program, 34 enterprises representing nearly 1,000 enterprises having activities of association and cooperation with TVET institutes in the city have signed cooperation agreements and ordered training with TVET institutions. Operation of the employment session; Displaying and introducing a number of start-up models, practical products, and models of do-it-yourself vocational training equipment typical of students, students and teachers of vocational education institutions; Demonstration of vocational skills in groups of tourism and restaurant services; beauty care; automotive paint technology...

Attending the mobile job session at the program, Mr. Jason, Senior Director of Inventec Appliaces Vietnam Co., Ltd. said: Currently, his factory is located in Quang Minh Industrial Park (Me Linh, Hanoi). is about to go into operation and is in need of recruiting about 2,000 employees. Therefore, through the mobile job session, Mr. Jason hopes to find skilled human resources from colleges and intermediate schools in Hanoi.

As for Nguyen Minh Anh, a middle school student, said: In the immediate future, through the job session, I want to find a part-time job near Tet. After Tet, when I graduate, I will look for a long-term job. Through the job session, I also know about recruitment information, skills needs that businesses need to improve.

According to the Hanoi Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs, the program attracts about 8,000 students from junior high schools, high schools, vocational education centers - continuing education districts: Bac Tu Liem, Nam Tu Liem, Cau Giay, Dan Phuong, Hoai Duc is interested; at the same time, attracting more than 2,000 people to participate in the Mobile Job Introduction session with 40 enterprises participating in recruitment demand at the end of the year.

Currently, in the city, there are 360 ​​vocational education institutions, vocational education establishments (collectively referred to as TVET institutions), of which 310/360 units have registered vocational education activities. (including 69 colleges, 59 intermediate schools, 54 vocational and vocational education centers and 128 enterprises and other types). In 2022, TVET institutions in the area enrolled 251,500 people (33,700 people at college level; 27,900 people at intermediate level; 189,900 people at elementary and under 3 months), reaching 112% of the enrollment plan in 2022, an increase. 13.23% over the same period in 2021.

The rate of students, students and trainees having jobs after graduation reaches 70-80%. Many professions when students and graduates are 100% recruited by enterprises such as air conditioning and air conditioning engineering, electrical engineering, electronics, automotive paint technology, and automotive technology. , automation...

The results of enrollment, graduation and job creation contribute to bringing the rate of trained laborers to 72.23% in 2022, 0.03% higher than the planned target, up 1.13% compared to the planned target. with the year 2021. In which, the percentage of workers with diplomas and certificates will reach 52.5%, exceeding 1.3% compared to the plan set out in 2022, increasing by 2.3% compared to 2022.

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The ceremony of pressing the button to open the conference connecting the capital's vocational education with the labor market in 2022.
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Representatives of the schools informed about the enrollment program.
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