Under the program, 300 participants who are workers at Zamil Steel Vietnam Company would attend different course on skill training. The duration of these training courses are around three months, from June 15 to September 19.
Vice Director of the Hanoi’s Department of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs Nguyen Thanh Nhan.
Participants would have an opportunity to receive training from experts and lecturers at the Vietnam-Korea Vocational College of Hanoi at their workplace.
Vice Director of the Hanoi’s Department of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs Nguyen Thanh Nhan said among 12 supporting policies under resolution No.68/NQ-CP dated July 1, 2021 of the Government, strong focus has been placed on equipping workers with new skills, so that they are able to continue working in the post-pandemic period.
According to Nhan, workers under this policy would be able to upscale their skills or adopt to the new working environment after returning to work.
Nhan said these are the key factors for workers not only to ensure their livelihood, but also contribute to the development of their companies in the future.
Nhan said the Vietnam-Korea Vocational College of Hanoi is among the top four vocational colleges in Hanoi, expecting workers at the company would have a good environment to enhance their skills and subsequently earn higher income afterward.
Nguyen Cong Truyen, principal of the Vietnam-Korea Vocational College of Hanoi, said this is the second time the college and Zamil Steel Vietnam cooperate on training employees.
Truyen said the course with a combination of theoretical and practical learning would help participants expand their careers in the future.