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IMPROVING CAPACITY FOR MANAGEMENT TEAM OF COLLEGES INVESTED TO BE A HIGH QUALITY SCHOOL
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On August 26-27, 2022, in Vinh Phuc, Directorate of Vocational Education and Training (DVET) organized a training course "Improving the capacity of the management staff of the schools invested to become quality schools". high". Attending the training course, there were nearly 200 Principals, Vice Principals, Heads of Training Departments of about 100 colleges that are expected to be invested in becoming high-quality schools. The training course is connected online with 63 Departments of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs of provinces and centrally-run cities.

 Dr. Truong Anh Dung - Director General DVET delivered the opening speech and directed the refresher course






Speaking at the opening of the training course and directing the orientation on the development of vocational education innovation, Dr. Truong Anh Dung, Director General DVET, affirmed that the goal of the training course is to improve the capacity of the staff. management department, helping managers grasp the trends in TVET in the world and Vietnam's orientation. Thereby grasping opportunities, challenges and development trends of TVET to renew thinking, seize the opportunity to catch up with development trends to innovate and improve the quality of VET in an open and flexible direction. , integration. The Director General emphasized that the current trends, position and role of vocational skills of VET, and skilled human resources play an important role in promoting GDP growth, improving national competitiveness and economy will be more efficient, thereby promoting investment efficiency. The fact has shown that developed countries are countries with high skilled labor resources. Therefore, all countries tend to shift, pay attention to TVET,

It is forecasted that with the development of science and technology, the issue of labor skills needs to be improved, with about 10-30% of jobs changing, up to 40% of the workforce will not be able to meet the changing needs. change of work. Automation, in parallel with the COVID epidemic, will accelerate the application of technology to production, thus forecasting 85 million job changes due to job reassignment between humans and machines, 97 million new jobs will appear and therefore up to 40% of workers need to dig.

Director General Truong Anh Dung affirmed that, in the past 20 years, VET in Vietnam has had many changes, many new institutional regulations have been built and promulgated, creating a solid legal foundation, contributing to the development of TVET and contributing to the development of VET. contribute to the socio-economic development of the country. With the orientation of TVET development in the coming time, the Party's document has clearly indicated the direction of developing an open and flexible TVET system, developing high-quality TVET institutions, innovating training methods, and modernizing training facilities. facilities. With the current development trend, TVET needs to meet the human resource requirements for the economy, while providing new training, but the training trend is inevitable, in order to update and improve knowledge and skills for employees. , respond to changes of work. Faced with that requirement, the TVET system needs to innovate, set for themselves specific goals to build a development strategy in the new situation, in which innovation must be carried out synchronously from institutions, policies, operations, and management to institutions. Department of Vocational Education. To carry out that task, the General Department first determined that the human factor is important, so training courses and training programs to improve the capacity of VET managers; especially the team of principals, vice principals, heads of training departments of colleges that are expected to be invested in becoming high-quality schools is an urgent requirement. training programs to improve the capacity of VET managers; especially the team of principals, vice principals, heads of training departments of colleges that are expected to be invested in becoming high-quality schools is an urgent requirement. training programs to improve the capacity of VET managers; especially the team of principals, vice principals, heads of training departments of colleges that are expected to be invested in becoming high-quality schools is an urgent requirement.

Overview of the Conference


During the 2-day period, August 26-27, 2022, lecturers who are heads of specialized departments and units of the General Department and experts representing a number of relevant agencies and organizations presented and discussed. on the following contents: development orientation and assessment, accreditation and recognition of high-quality colleges; Building high-quality training programs; Apply IT and digitization in management and training organization; Enterprise cooperation in high-quality training; Orientation for planning and development into a high-quality school; develop a plan for autonomy; investment orientation of high-quality schools; Skills in school administration, risk management; Share successful lessons on high-quality training programs and accreditation.

Dr. Pham Vu Quoc Binh - Deputy Director General, General Department of Vocational Education and Training delivered the closing speech of the training class.

Deputy Director General Pham Vu Quoc Binh suggested that the Principals and Vice Principals continue to study the content of the materials presented at the class and develop plans and programs to improve the capacity of management staff of the school. In order for the Board of Directors to be enhanced in capacity, the staff of the Departments and Faculty are also raised. Set out specific plans for training and retraining for school staff. The Deputy Director General also suggested that the Department of Organization and Personnel continue to review 1 year of training and retraining for staff in 2022 to immediately prepare a training and retraining plan for 2023 and other contents. content to meet the requirements of innovation and the needs of schools. Continue to plan to propose leaders of colleges to train and study abroad or in the country to study foreign experts. Need to synthesize models.



 

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