September 23, 2022, at the headquarters of the Directorate of Vocational Education
and Training (DVET), Deputy Director General of DVET Pham Vu Quoc Binh received
and 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 the DVET
At the meeting, Deputy Director General Pham Vu Quoc Binh presented an overview of the VET system of Vietnam such as: the number of TVET institutions, the number of enrollments, the training levels, the national qualification framework. Deputy Director General Pham Vu Quoc Binh also mentioned the solutions that the VET system of Vietnam has implemented in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic such as: switching to online training, applying technology in teaching and learning. teaching and learning, training to respond to labor mobility in the context of the pandemic, changes in technology, as well as introducing policies to attract learners into the VET system.
At the meeting, Ms. Mish Eastman raised issues of mutual concern, including the business cooperation model; capacity building for teachers and administrators. Dr. Pham Vu Quoc Binh also hopes that in the future, he will continue to expand cooperation with RMIT University Australia through the activities of the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs and the General Department of Vocational Education to support students of vocational education institutions; cooperate in building training programs for teachers, students, students and employees, towards the recognition of digital skills for these subjects; supporting training to improve qualifications for vocational education managers at all levels as well as consulting in the process of the General Department building an operating and management system to meet the requirements of digital transformation in TVET.
Ms. Mish Eastman spoke at the meeting
At the end of the meeting, Deputy Director General Pham Vu Quoc Binh supported and suggested that the Australian Embassy and RMIT Australia University soon promote the implementation of many programs and projects to support cooperation in the field of TVET, especially capacity building for teachers and learners in enterprises.