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Australia supports first skills forecast for Viet Nam’s port industry

VGP - Viet Nam’s first Skills Forecast Report 2024 -2028 for the Port Industry and an updated Skills Forecast Report 2024–2026 for the Logistics Industry made debut in the northern city of Hai Phong on June 26.

June 27, 2024 11:35 AM GMT+7
Australia supports first skills forecast for Viet Nam’s port industry - Ảnh 1.

The launching ceremony - Photo: vneconomy

These reports help the Government of Viet Nam, the port and logistics industry, and training institutions to understand future labor market trends and needs, to make informed staffing, training and investment decisions in these critical industries.

These reports were produced by the Logistics Industry Reference Council in partnership with the Viet Nam Chamber of Commerce and Industry, as part of Australia and Viet Nam's ongoing collaboration to enhance Viet Nam's vocational education and training.

The reports align with the master development plan for Viet Nam's seaport system for 2021-2030 with a vision to 2050.

These reports encourage closer links between industry and the Viet Nam's vocational education and training sector so that businesses are getting well trained staff to meet demands and colleges are aligning courses and curriculum to industry's needs. Skills forecasts also enable the Vietnamese Government to better plan investments in vocational education and training.

Speaking about the launch, Australian Ambassador to Viet Nam Andrew Goledzinowski said, Australia has supported Viet Nam's human resource development for over fifty years.

With Australia's support, ministries, colleges and port and logistic businesses have worked together and now share the same outlook on skills needs over the next five years for the port industry, and next three years for the logistics industry.

"Our commitment in the Comprehensive Strategic Partnership with Viet Nam outlines our shared vision for Viet Nam's sustainable economic growth that requires a skilled and competitive workforce," Andrew Goledzinowski emphasized.

Australia is sharing its own vocational education and training experience with Viet Nam through Aus4Skills, a partnership aimed at enhancing Viet Nam's human resource capacity to capitalize on emerging economic opportunities and achieve long-term development./.