Assessment of the Vietnamese Vocational Training Strategy 2011-2020
Recommendations for the Vietnamese Vocational Training Strategy 2021-2030
Interested to know more about Vietnam's current and future TVET strategy? The German Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB) in cooperation with the National Institute for Vocational Education and Training (NIVT) conducted an in-depth assessment of Vietnam's TVET Strategy (2011-2020) and made recommendations for Vietnam's future TVET Strategy (2021-2030). The report provides in-depth information on 8 key areas of the Vietnamese TVET stratagy:
- TVET Teachers, Managers and In-Company Trainers
- Efficient VET Institute Network
- TVET Quality Assurance
- National Occupational Skill Standards and Learning Outcomes
- Cooperation between TVET Institutes and entreprises
- VET Attractiveness through international cooperation and awareness raising
- TVET Strategy 2021-2030
The report concludes with 14 recommedations for the Vietnam TVET strategy 2021-2030 (see page 47).
Overview of Chapters and Appendix
The report consists of four chapters. The following chapter 2 (Literature Review and Analysis) elaborates the method and results of the literature analysis of relevant VET documents in detail. Chapter 3 (Summary of Interview Results) provides a comprehensive summary of the stakeholder interview results with regard toeach ofthe focal topics of this study. Chapter 4 (Recommendations) includes the recommendations developed by BIBB experts based onthe literature analysis and on the results of the stakeholder interviews. The appendix includes thereferences (Appendix 1), the list of interviewed stakeholders (Appendix 2), the questionnaire (Appendix 3), the figures of the quantitative questions (Appendix 4) and selected quotes from the interviews (Appendix 5).
The assessment is a cooperation between National Institute for Vocational Education and Training (NIVT), the German Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB) and the Programme “Reform of TVET in Viet Nam” implemented by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).