The Viet Nam VET Report 2019 is now available in English. The publication provides a comprehensive picture of the Vietnamese VET system the year before the Covid pandemic hit.
Some data food for thought:
Only 23.68% of the labour force aged 15 and over had a three-month training qualification or above
Wage-earners with elementary VET qualifications earned an average of VND7.84 million per month, better than college graduates(VND7.26 million) and intermediate-level VET graduates (VND6.98million)
NOS assessments was applicable for a total of 51 occupations
02 first independent VET accreditation bodies were established in 2019
≈7.7% of Vietnamese enterprises had cooperation ties with VET institutes
In 2019 Vietnam was ranked 102/141 countries by the World Economic Forum on the “quality of vocational training” indicator.
Started from 2011, the Vietnam Vocational Education and Training Report is an annual publication produced by the National Institute of Vocational Education and Training (NIVT) in cooperation with the Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB) and the Vietnamese-German Programme “Reform of TVET in Vietnam” (GIZ).