The G20 Training Strategy aims to enhance the relevance of education and training outcomes to labour market demands and to build the capacity of those engaged on Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) through assisting the constituents to develop or improve their systems of national and sectoral Skills governance.
Vietnam’s Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) in close coordination with Vietnam’s Directorate for Vocational Education and Training (DVET), under the framework of the Russian Federation funded project ‘Applying the G20 Training Strategy: A partnership of the ILO and the Russian Federation‘ organized a consultation workshop and a technical meeting to report the preliminary results of the ‘Skills for Trade and Economic Diversification‘ methodological analysis currently being undertaken in the Vietnamese Agriculture sector.
Public-Private Partnerships: Business-TVET Collaboration for Developing and Improving Vocational Training Programmes in Viet Nam
Under the umbrella of the Russian Federation -funded project ‘Applying the G20 Training Strategy: A partnership of the ILO and the Russian Federation‘, Vietnam’s Directorate for Vocational Education and Training (DVET) organized a workshop on the importance of strengthening Business - TVET institution collaboration for developing Competency Based Training (CBT) programmes towards improving worker’s employability and increasing private sector competitiveness.
1st NPSC meeting of the “Applying the G20 Training Strategy: A Partnership of the ILO and the Russian Federation” (Phase 2) project in Viet Nam
Viet Nam´s Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) Directorate of Vocational and Educational Training to boost collaboration with the ILO, under the Russian Federation -funded project “Applying the G20 Training Strategy: A partnership of the ILO and the Russian Federation“ (Phase 2 ).
The overall objective of the workshop has been to enhance the capacity of national and sectoral practitioners, social partners, policy institutions, training providers and academic institutions to:
- Analyse and anticipate skill needs in export-oriented sectors that have growth potential; and
- Design effective skills response strategies that contribute to higher and more diversified exports with more and better job creation.