Skills International Press Release - 12/3/2018
Skills International (Skills) is delighted to announce the signing of a Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) for cooperation with the Hanoi Vocational College of High Technology (HHT).
Under this MOU, Skills and HHT will work closely together to develop the vocational education offering in Vietnam, with the ultimate goal being to enhance the skills of HHT teachers and graduates, ensuring Hanoi city and Vietnam’s workforce is prepared to meet the future skills needed to continue to boost its impressive economic growth.
This will be achieved through working together to leverage and build capability across a variety of areas, including curriculum and programme development, industry engagement, apprenticeship programmes, as well as assessment and moderation.
About Hanoi Vocational College of High Technology
Hanoi Vocational College of High Technology (HHT) is one of Vietnam’s top vocational education colleges offering training programmes in over 90 industry sectors. HHT trains and supplies highly qualified employees for Hanoi Capital and the Northern key economic region of Vietnam. HHT opened its doors in 2010 and now has over 5,000 students, with over 85% of students finding employment prior to graduation – testament to HHT’s focus on ensuring graduates have the knowledge, skills and attitude desired by industry.
About Skills International
Skills International is a fast-growing education consultancy based in New Zealand working with countries around the word to improve skills development and vocational education programmes policies, processes and frameworks for the citicens of those countries. Skill’s parent company, The Skills Organisation, is the standard setting body for over 22 industry sectors in New Zealand. With over 20,000 trainees and working with over 5,000 employers, they are mandated by the New Zealand government to work with industry to lift workplace skills, improve capability and encourage growth, a sentiment mirrored in the work Skills International does around the world.
For further information regarding Hanoi Vocational College of High Technology, please contact:
Mr. Tung Nguyen, International Cooperation Officer, Hanoi Vocational College of High Technology (HHT)
For further information regarding Skills International Limited, please contact:
Bridget Dennis, General Manager, Skills International