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Tet (Lunar New Year) is an important time of year for every Vietnamese person worldwide, but it's that little bit more special for Lu Van Phong and his family this year.

More than 132,000 Vietnamese go overseas for work in 2019

More than 132,800 Vietnamese workers went working overseas during the 11 months of 2019, surpassing the year's target of 120,000, according to figures from the Vietnam Association of Manpower Supply (VAMAS).

HCM City has new plan to eliminate homelessness, begging on streets

Though HCM City has tried to take care of beggars and the homeless for years, many people continue to beg for money, saying they have had goods or cash stolen, or need to find their lost relatives, among other explanations. 

Vocational training sector seeks to develop

Vietnam's vocational training sector is seeking to fix its long-term problems and develop into a strength.

Germany pledges US$235 million in next two years for Vietnam's green growth

The funding will focus on energy, environment, and vocational training in the next two years.

Do all new engineer graduates in Vietnam need to undergo retraining?

A survey conducted at Japanese-invested enterprises found that 100 percent of new engineering graduates in Vietnam have to be retrained for one or two years to satisfy requirements of enterprises.

Vietnam Educamp 2019 envisions new prospects for education

The Vietnam Educamp 2019, a forum on education, was held in Hanoi on August 17, giving a chance for educators and experts to share their ideas, experience and research results on issues related to education at all levels and vocational training.

Primary schools and teachers not ready for new general education curriculum

The new general education programme issued by the Ministry of Education and Training at the end of last year will be applied for the 2020-21 school year.

HCM City hosts Asia Pacific Career Development Association forum

Two hundred and fifty delegates from 22 countries and territories discussed career development in the era of Industry 4.0 at the 7th APCDA conference that opened on Wednesday in HCM City.

Addicts receive free job training at detox establishments

 VietNamNet Bridge – A 31-year-old man from HCM City burst into tears 11 months ago when his daughter visited him for the first time at Detoxification Establishment No 3 in Binh Duong Province.

Decree sets requirements for foreign-invested vocational training institutions

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Vietnamese Government has issued a series of conditions required to set up a foreign-invested vocational training institution in Vietnam, expected to take effect from March 20.

Snipping your way to a better future

 VietNamNet Bridge – Pham Thi Tam, 30, used to think that she would never escape from poverty.

Vocational training part of therapy for mentally ill

 During the day, the Centre for Mental Illness and National Devotees in the northern province of Hai Duong looks like a busy workshop.

NA worried about admin inertia, growth quality

National Assembly deputies raised a host of concerns on Thursday, including the failure to nip wrongful appointments in the bud, the quality of growth and healthcare services, and relevance of training given to workers.

Regional countries agree on safe labour migration

Ministers of labour from Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Viet Nam – agreed to improve their migration management system and share responsibilities in contributing to safe labour migration.

Human resources training needs improvement

The so-called fourth industrial revolution, also known as Industry 4.0, will provide more development opportunities for businesses but will also require businesses to prepare qualified human resources

HCM City economy still on track to achieve targets

 VietNamNet Bridge – HCM City’s economic performance in the first five months of the year has been rock steady.

Mekong handicraft villages face labour shortage

Traditional handicraft villages in the Mekong Delta province of An Giang are facing labour shortages as young people are leaving to work at industrial parks in HCM City and southeastern provinces.

Vocational training drains State budget

 VietNamNet Bridge – Overlapping and poor co-ordination among vocational secondary schools or technical high schools continues to drain the State budget.

Awareness low of autist needs, abilities

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vocational training and occupational counselling for people with autism is needed to help them live independently and better integrate into society,