Vietnam, Taiwan (China) Promote Cooperation in High-quality Human Resources Training
The program aims to promote cooperation in education as well as training high-quality human resources, meeting the requirements of Vietnamese - Taiwanese businesses.
According to Ngo Pham Tran, Chairman of the Taiwan-Vietnamese Economic, Cultural and Educational Development Association (Taiwan-Vietnamese Association), the Taiwanese government began to promote policies in 2017 and has continued to do so. According to Tan Huong Nam, there are numerous measures to encourage Taiwanese businesses to invest in Southeast Asian nations, with Vietnam being one of the most popular destinations.
More than 6,000 Taiwanese companies have invested in Vietnam as of 2019, according to data from the Taiwan Business Association, mostly in traditional sectors like clothing and footwear. However, a surge of Taiwanese electronic investors has started to swarm to Vietnam in recent years. Large companies including Foxcom, Weistron, Compal, Peragron, and so on, have made investments in the North of Vietnam and will soon enter these major firms' supply networks to join them.
|Ngo Pham Tran, Chairman of the Association for Economic, Cultural and Educational Development of Taiwan - Vietnam spoke at the program. Photo: Long story
"I serve as a consultant for Taiwanese investors in Vietnam. The Taiwan-Vietnamese Association and the Electronic Association held an investment survey with close to 20 business groups on September 25."
"To encourage suppliers to opt to invest in Vietnam, 9 northern provinces were studied In order to create a bridge between Taiwanese and Vietnamese schools in order to sign cooperation agreements and create training programs that meet the demands of our investors, the Joint Training Program of the Education Delegation is being implemented this time. and equipment to Vietnamese schools so that they may teach top-notch human resources in accordance with their demands," according to Ngo Pham Tran.
Le Van Chuong, Deputy Director of the Department of Vocational Skills - General Department of Vocational Education (Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs), spoke at the ceremony and noted the significance of the occasion for fostering university collaboration. Vietnamese educational institutions and Taiwan are working together to generate top-notch human resources for Vietnam.
|Le Van Chuong, Deputy Director of the Department of Vocational Skills - General Department of Vocational Education (MOLISA) delivered a speech. Photo: Long story
Le Van Chuong asserts that Vietnam has a population of around 100 million people, 2/3 of whom are employed, and that the country is in the prime of its population development.
"Vietnam has a large pool of young people, thus enhancing the quality of the workforce is very important and calls for the support of industrialized nations and territories. We anticipate access to more advanced teaching strategies and technological advancements from other nations and areas, including Taiwan," said Chuong.
Le Van Chuong estimated that there are around 700 colleges and universities in Vietnam. As a result, he hopes that collaboration and training will be flexible, varied, and extremely effective. In Taiwan, cooperation not only serves as business training but also promotes national growth.
|Signing a partnership agreement to work together to train top-notch human resources in Vietnam. Photo: Long story
According to Prof. Dr. Truong Thuy Hung, former rector of the National University of Economics Taipei and CEO of Human Resources Bank III, 16 Taiwanese universities participated in the initiative.
Vietnamese students are accepted in Taiwanese colleges because Taiwan and Vietnam share a lot of similarities in terms of their cultures, customs, and habits. Many regulations are being expanded by the Taiwanese government for Vietnamese students, such as the ability to reside and work in Taiwan after graduation.
The Taiwanese government is focused on encouraging the growth of companies in Southeast Asia, especially Vietnam. Human resources are crucial for doing this, therefore collaboration between Vietnamese universities and Taiwanese universities will be advantageous for both parties.
|Signing an agreement for collaboration between Vietnamese and Taiwanese educational institutions. Photo: Long story
"Many Taiwanese enterprises want to invest in Vietnam, but having human resources is the first step. In order to meet the demand for talent and labor force, I hope that colleges in Taiwan and Vietnam would work together", said Truong Thuy Hung.
The National Center for Creative Startup Support, the Vietnam Association of Community Colleges, and the Radio-Vietnamese Association all signed collaboration agreements during the program.
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