On 11/11/2021, Directorate of Vocational Education and Training in collaboration with the Australian Embassy held a summary of a series of 7 workshops to share experiences on online/combined training methods in TVET. Attending the closing session on the side of the General Department of Vocational Education and Training, there were Dr. Pham Vu Quoc Binh - Deputy Director General of DVET, representative of the Leadership Department of Organization and Personnel; Leaders of the Office and managers of DVET and 150 delegates are school leaders, leaders of departments, faculties, lecturers and teachers selected from 50 colleges in the system. On the Australian side, there were Ms. Jen Bahen - Education Counselor, Australian Embassy in Hanoi, Ms. Ewa Filipiak - Head of International Cooperation, Association of Australian Public Vocational Schools and experts from Australia.
Overview the workshop
Speaker Nick Hyland presents the method of skills assessment in learning online
At the closing ceremony, Ms. Jen Bahen shared an overview of the past series of Workshops to evaluate and encourage cooperation between Vietnamese colleges and Australian TAFEs. Representatives of TVET institutions highly appreciated the quality of the presentations by experts from Australia. Thereby, schools will orient to develop plans to effectively implement online training.
On behalf of the General Department's leaders, Deputy Director General Pham Vu Quoc Binh thanked the Australian Embassy, experts and lecturers for the past 07 seminars. The Deputy Director General shared that: The Covid pandemic in the past 2 years has had a strong impact on all sectors of the world's economy and changes are required for every country and field to meet. respond to new situations, including the field of TVET. Learning and exchanging experiences in training and enrollment from countries with developed TVET systems is an urgent requirement for Vietnam. Supporting capacity building for VET administrators and teachers through international seminars and online training courses, with priority given to management and assessment content in online training; capacity to apply information technology in online teaching design; capacity to digitize lectures, learning materials... similar to this series of experience-sharing seminars in Australia is very necessary and useful for Vietnam. The Government of Vietnam, the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs are very interested in digital transformation, in which online teaching is an important component. Through a series of 7 seminars, it is recommended that Vietnamese colleges be promoted; innovate, edit training methods, evaluate and advise students, invest in infrastructure in applying the transformation model of online teaching and learning. On the side of the Australian Embassy, continue to support Vietnam in connecting the relationship between Vietnamese colleges and Australian TAFEs to replicate the online training model. And also on the occasion of November 20 - Vietnam Teachers' Day, Deputy Director General Pham Vu Quoc Binh congratulated teachers and teachers of schools in the VET system.