The 4.0 revolution will impact many aspects of the Vietnamese economy. This requires not only adaptive changes from businesses, but also active evolution of the vocational training system to meet needs.
These are the contents that experts and companies discussed together at the conference “How Industry 4.0 is shaping the future of professional training” which was recently held in Ho Chi Minh City.
According to the assessment of Mr. Truong Anh Dung, Deputy Director of the General Department of Vocational Education (Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs), along with the strong development of industrial revolution 4.0, the issues of Jobs will change, many jobs disappear and many new ones are born, so the list of training and skills of workers must also change to adapt.
Low-level skills will no longer be relevant and traditional methods of organizing training, education and skills development will need to be innovated. Applying IT to teaching and learning management is not only about using computers to operate certain application software, but also about making the most of the infinite resources of the Internet and computers.
“As for the General Directorate of Vocational Education, we have prepared a transition plan towards training to respond to the changes of the industrial revolution 4.0. More precisely, it is about establishing standards of results, standards of knowledge and professional skills, requiring teachers to develop based on criteria for the application of information technologies in teaching. .” – shared Mr. Dung.
Participating in this event, the Deputy Minister of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs, Prof. Dr. Le Quan also highlighted the government’s current strategies to integrate Industry 4.0 and digitalization into the on-ground innovation work of the vocational education and training sector.
Speaking about the impact of Industrial Revolution 4.0 on vocational training, Mr. Nikolay Kurnosov, Director of Bosch Rexroth Vietnam and Cambodia, said that the skilled labor market plays a key role in the digital era. Training programs will need to keep up with industry trends and developments to remain competitive in the future.
Also at this conference, a number of international experts shared the training experiences of many countries around the world so that the Vietnamese side can learn and discuss to find more effective experiences.
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