Cooperation with Vietnamese partner institution NIVT
The National Institute for Vocational Education and Training (NIVT), BIBB and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) have been working together on the topic of VET reports since 2012.
BIBB has been advising the Vietnamese partner institution National Institute for Vocational Education and Training (NIVT) and the Vietnamese General Department for Vocational Training of the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) since 2010 regarding the development and implementation of a sustainable monitoring system in the field of VET. In 2010 MoLISA engaged NIVT with the compilation of annual national VET reports.
In February 2012 a trilateral cooperation agreement that was concluded between NIVT, BIBB and GIZ. Within the framework of the GIZ Programme Reform of TVET in Viet Nam, from March till July 2020, BIBB advised the Vietnamese government on the development of the new Vietnamese VET strategy 2021-2030 and made recommendations. BIBB had already advised on the development of the VET Strategy 2011-2020.
Vietnamese VET reports 2012 -2018
The first Vietnamese VET report was presented in Hanoi in October 2012 at the Regional Vocational Education and Training Conference organised by German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and MoLISA; the event was attended by BIBB President Prof. Esser.
The second Vietnamese VET report was presented in Jakarta in April 2014 during a VET conference organised by BMZ.
The third Vietnamese VET report 2013/14 focused on the cost-benefit of VET.
In November 2017, the fourth Vietnamese VET report (VET Report Viet Nam 2015), was published with a focus on "Centres of Excellence". The executive summary was presented in June 2017 at the fourth regional BMZ VET Conference for Asia in Myanmar.
In April 2018, the fifth Vietnamese VET Report (VET Report Viet Nam 2016) was published, focusing on "Cooperation with enterprises in VET". With the Department for Vocational Education and Training (DVET) a stronger support for the VET Report Viet Nam was agreed upon regarding data access and consideration of the recommendations at political level.
In June 2019, the sixth Vietnamese VET report (Vietnam Vocational Education and Training Report 2017) was published. In addition, two pre-tests of a questionnaire for enterprises were conducted. The results of the survey will be integrated into the VET report 2018.
In October 2020 the seventh Vietnamese VET report (Vietnam Vocational Education and Training Report 2018) was published.
(as of December 2021)