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Promoting cooperation between the Directorate of Vocational Education and Training and Skills Consulting Group
10:11' 9/5/2022

On July 5, 2022 , Dr. Pham Vu Quoc Binh , Deputy Director of Directorate of Vocational Education and Training and representatives of leaders of departments and units: DVET Office, Department of Vocational Skills had a meeting. with Mr. Jim So, Regional Director for Asia, Skills Consulting Group (SCG) and Commercial Development Department, Consulate General of New Zealand in Ho Chi Minh City.

Deputy Director General Pham Vu Quoc Binh (second from left) speaks at the meeting






At the meeting, Mr. Jim So, Asia Regional Director, presented the areas where SCG has strengths and has been implementing in other countries such as: exporting products related to TVET; building a model of combination between state management agencies, enterprises and TVET institutions; formulating and developing vocational skills standards; training teachers and lecturers; training cooperation to recognize diplomas and certificates; standardization of occupational skills standards according to international standards,…

(Mr.) Jim So, Asia Regional Director, Skills Consulting Group (right) spoke at the meeting

Deputy Director General Pham Vu Quoc Binh also highly appreciated the development of New Zealand's education system and presented to SCG about the solutions that the Vietnamese TVET system will implement in the near future.

After listening to the exchange of Deputy Director General Pham Vu Quoc Binh, SCG expressed interest in activities in which New Zealand and SCG have strengths such as: promoting digital transformation; developing and training teachers and educators at schools and businesses; develop mechanisms and models of cooperation between TVET institutions and enterprises suitable in the context of Vietnam; supporting school-school cooperation between Vietnam and New Zealand; training teachers in Vietnam and New Zealand, etc. The SCG side also discussed the shortage of human resources in some professions in New Zealand; training model in Vietnam and in New Zealand and recognized by New Zealand, EU, UK; organizes the Asia Regional Vocational Education Forum…

 In addition, DVET also proposed SCG and the Consulate General of New Zealand to support the implementation of cooperation activities that have been signed by the Directorate of Vocational Education and Training and the New Zealand Intergovernmental Cooperation Agency. Vocational education and skills development in 2020.

 At the end of the meeting, the two sides agreed to continue to exchange, cooperate and share information to soon deploy activities in the near future.

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