The plan calls for the authorities to ensure the scale and structure of training industries and occupations to support the socio-economic recovery and development of Hanoi. According to the plan, the training quality of a number of schools would approach the level of countries in the region, some would even reach the level of developed countries in the region and in the world; around 1.15 million people would receive training, or an average of about 230,000 people per year; contributing to increase the rate of trained workers to 75-80%, of which the rate of workers with certificates reaches 55.5%.
By 2030, Hanoi would focus on improving the quality and effectiveness of vocational education in order to meet the needs of skilled human resources for a developing country with modern industry; actively participate in the international human resource training market; a number of schools would meet the regional standards; contributing to raising the rate of trained workers in the city to 80-85%, of which the rate of workers with degrees and certificates reaches 60%.
Regarding the vision to 2045, the capital's vocational education is expected to develop and meet the demand for highly skilled human resources of Hanoi's labor market; leading the country in vocational education development activities, catching up with ASEAN's advanced level, having outstanding competitiveness in a number of training industries and occupations.
To accomplish the above objectives, the Hanoi People's Committee promulgated 8 main groups of tasks and solutions. Accordingly, Hanoi will focus on improving the effectiveness and efficiency of state management of vocational education in the area; accelerate digital transformation, modernize facilities and equipment, and renovate training programs and methods in vocational education activities.
The city will research and apply science and technology innovations; promote vocational guidance and development of startups. In addition, Hanoi would increase mobilization and improve the efficiency of financial resources for vocational education, while promoting international cooperation on job training.