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Teachers of the Vocational College for the Central Highlands Ethnic Minority Youths completed the training courses in South Korea
15:10' 4/11/2016
(According CDNTNDTTN)

After 3 months of professional training in South Korea, on 16th March 2016, a delegation consisting of 30 teachers in Information Technology, Electricity - Electronics and Automotive Technology from The Vocational College for The Central Highlands Ethnic Minority Youths has returned to the country.
Along with training and further training course for 15 managerial staff of the school and other units of the People's Committee of Dak Lak Province held from 5/11 until 18.11.2015, the training, further training course for 30 abovementioned teachers is part of manpower training plan under the project “Upgrading the Vocational College for The Central Highlands Ethnic Minority Youths” funded by the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA).

The delegation visited KOICA headquarters in Seoul
The training, further training course was held at the University of Shinhan - the project management consultant - with the main contents as follows: (1) Learn the training techniques and advanced skills training and upgrading operational skills in the Vocational College for The Central Highlands Ethnic Minority Youths (2) Capacity building of curricula development and teaching methods; (3) development of professional teachers and enhancing competitiveness of highly-skilled labor force;… Accordingly, 30 teachers were divided into 3 groups by professions: Information technology, Electricity - Electronics and Automotive technology. In addition, teachers also learned about the Korean National Standards: NCS - these are the tools used for training, recruitment, human resources management in South Korea; learn about the policies of vocational guidance and vocational training in South Korea; learn about the student counseling activities as well as how the start-up and employment counseling center at Shinhan University operates; ....


The teachers involved in learning and practice at the University of Shinhan
In particular, during the last 2 weeks of the training course, with support and guidance of the professors at the University of Shinhan, three groups of teachers designed the curriculum framework in preparation for the further training course for employees of enterprises and teachers of vocational schools in Vietnam (in 3 areas: Information technology, Electricity - Electronics and Automotive technology). The teachers will continue to work on the curriculum after completing the training course and return home. This further training course for employees of enterprises and teachers of vocational schools in Vietnam is also part of the plan on human resources training within the project. The course will be conducted by professors from the University of Shinhan and 30 aforementioned teachers from the Vocational College for The Central Highlands Ethnic Minority Youths in order to strengthen the links between vocational training institutions and enterprises; improve skills for vocational teachers as well as employees of the enterprise; aims to expand the output for students, …
According CDNTNDTTN

 

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