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Vietnam Vocational Education and Training Report 2015 published in English

Cover TVET Vietnam Report 2015

In 2017 the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) and the Directorate of Vocational Education and Training (DVET) officially assigned the National Institute for Vocational Education and Training (NIVET) with the task of annual TVET reporting.

The Vietnam Vocational Education and Training Report 2015 is the fourth report that provides information for policy makers, managers, researchers, technical vocational education and training (TVET) institute officers, enterprise managers, students, and labourers as well as officers of international organisations who are interested in following vocational education and training activities in Vietnam. Focal topic of the Vietnam Vocational Education and Training Report 2015 is the development of high-quality TVET institutes. While the report reflects multi-dimensional issues of vocational education and training activities, it focuses on the development of high quality TVET institutes in the system. Besides the foreword and key findings, the report consists of the following chapters:

  1. Overview of vocational and education training policies
  2. Network of TVET institutes, admission and graduation
  3. TVET teachers and management staff
  4. National occupational skills standards, assessment and certification of national
    occupational skills Standards
  5. Accreditation and assurance of vocational education and training Quality
  6. Financing vocational education and Training
  7. Cooperation with Enterprises
  8. Vocational education and training-related labour market

The Vietnam Vocational Education and Training Report 2015 was conducted within the framework of the trilateral cooperation agreement between NIVT, GIZ “Programme Reform of TVET in Vietnam” and the Federal Institute for Vocational and Training (BIBB) of Germany. Experts and technical staff from these organisations contributed greatly to the report in terms of ideas, technical advice and contents, translation, layout as well as support for publication. Aside from that, representatives of different departments and units of DVET participated in the development process of the report. A number of workshops, scientific discussions and coaching sessions were held to support this report during the development phase.