Employment-Oriented Reform Processes in TVET

Employment-Oriented Reform Processes in TVET.

Training for teachers to develop curricula and teaching material in Technical Vocational Education and Training and establish a regional technical information system.

In the recent past, Vietnam has achieved impressive economic growth, although this varies  considerably between regions. The employment of large parts of the population is still precarious and their income is low. The structure of vocational training systems, the contents of training and further education courses, curricula and methods don’t always meet the demands of the labour market. In particular, a large number of people do not possess the qualifications that are increasingly required by the labour market and private companies. The provision of qualified staff as multipliers is a key contribution to the improvement of relevance and efficiency of vocational training oriented towards the labour market and the demands of the economy.
This programme consists of a mixture of short-term measures in Germany and Vietnam, accompanying inputs of trainers, and activities relating to the development of a regional technical information system which enables both national information exchange (in Vietnamese) and the trans-national exchange of information and experience (in English).

Target Group:
Vocational school teachers; company instructors; managers and decision-makers from public and private institutions and companies, or from higher authorities, industry and other associations

Partner Organizations:
Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA)
General Department of Vocational Training (GDVT)
GTZ Project „Promotion of Vocational Training“, Vietnam




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