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Vietnam registered to participate 22 vocational professions at the 13th ASEAN Skills competition


On November 5, the Directorate of Vocational Education held a meeting of the Organizing Committee of the National Vocational Skills Competition to evaluate and learn from the 11th National Vocational Skills Competition and work of preparation to train the National team to participate in the 13th ASEAN Skills Competition to be held in Singapore in 2021.

Attending the conference were General Director of Directorate of Vocational Education Truong Anh Dung, Deputy Director General Nguyen Thi Viet Huong, representatives of subcommittees, National Examination Council, Leaders of host schools, experts ....

About the World Skills Competition and ASEAN Skills Competition, Dr. Truong Anh Dung, Director General of the Directorate of Vocational Education, said that, due to the impact of the Covid pandemic, the General Assembly of the World Skills Competition recently has met and come to agree that the 46th World Skills Competition would be postponed for 1 year, and held in Shanghai, China. Foreseen, the 2021 World Skills Competition will be held in 2022. This is an issue that greatly affects to the organization of the ASEAN’s Skills Competition and the establishment of our National Team in Vietnam. Due to the impact of the Covid pandemic, the continental the regional Competitions cannot be held in 2020. Some countries around the world have organized online occupational skills Compatition such as Russia, Canada, Indonesia, ...
The 11th National Occupational Skills Competition 2020 ensures 7 core values ​​of the competition "diversity, excellence, equity, innovation, integrity, cooperation and transparency". The Competition great succeeded, leaving many deep impressions for the Competitionants, the Competition teams. Especially it was a milestone, a breakthrough for innovation in the development of labour skills and development of vocational education under the direction of the Prime Minister in Directive No.24 / TTg dated May 28, 2020.
At the meeting, the delegates focused on discussing, assessing, exchanging the advantages and disadvantages, analyzing the shortcomings, limitations and propose solutions for the organization of the Vocational Skills Competition.