Education and training development
The case of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Keywords:education and training, human resources, Ho Chi Minh City, socio-economic, Vietnam
Today, countries around the world, including Vietnam, consider investing in education and training as an investment in development not only for today's generation but also for future generations. Education and training development is a leading national policy. Promoting its potential and advantages, Ho Chi Minh City is aiming to become the center of industry, services, education and training, science, and technology of Southeast Asia. To meet that requirement, Ho Chi Minh City identifies education and training as the top national policy that plays a decisive role in achieving sustainable development goals. Within the framework of the article, the author presents the current situation of education and training development in Ho Chi Minh City; thereby offering some appropriate solutions to develop education and training to meet the requirements outlined in the era of industrial revolution 4.0.
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