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New joint statement between the Ministry of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs of Vietnam and State of Thuringia (Germany)
02:56 PM 12/04/2019
(LDXH) On April 9, 2019, in Hanoi, Minister of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs Dao Ngoc Dung and Mr. Bodo Ramelow, Chancellor of State of Thuringia witnessed the signing ceremony of the joint statement between the Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) and the Ministry of Labor, Social and Health, Women and Families in Thuringia, Germany in the field of vocational education. Attending the ceremony were Deputy Minister of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs Le Quan, leaders of some agencies and units of the Ministry; The state of Thuringia had the Minister of Labor, Social and Health, Women and Families, many businesses and vocational education organizations ...
Before signing the joint statement, Minister Dao Ngoc Dung and Premier of Thuringia Bodo Ramelow had a meeting to exchange information and the situation of their current cooperation.
Minister Dao Ngoc Dung informed the situation of cooperation with Germany with the Chancellor of Thuringia
According to Minister Dao Ngoc Dung, Vietnam's labor were hard-working and intelligent. In addition, the demand for vocational training, especially in the high-tech fields of Vietnam, was high because of the young and abundant labor force, however the inadequate training was not enough compared to real needs.
Mr. Bodo Ramelow said that the current strong German economy also relied on an important vocational training system. The "Dual" vocational training system in Germany was a form of theoretical and skills learning at the training and practice center of the enterprise for 3 to 3.5 years, depending on the study. The state only provided frame conditions and businesses must provide training forms and modes of operation for a specific product.

Chancellor Bodo Ramelow expressed his willing to cooperate with the Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs

“The training of human resources for Vietnam is not a one-way street but we want to give a good impression to Vietnamese youth when they come to train in Thuringia. Vietnamese students training in Germany will have the best conditions for living and studying. When they have the skills and qualifications, they will build the friendship between the two sides. Besides that, companies in Thuringia are very interested and eager to research and invest in Vietnam, thereby specifying and promoting strategic partnerships between Vietnam and Germany ”- Shared Mr. Bodo Ramelow.
Minister Dao Ngoc Dung and Chancellor Bodo Ramelow witnessed the signing ceremony
To contribute to the successful development of economic relations between Thuringia and Vietnam, Ministry of Labor - Social Affairs of Vietnam Dao Ngoc Dung and the Ministry of Labor, Social and Health, Thuringian Women and Families Bodo Ramelow (Germany) agreed to sign the joint statement. The following are the main contents of the statement:
Firstly, appreciate the initiatives of Thuringian businesses and business associations, the chamber of commerce which encourage young people from Vietnam to complete vocational education training in Thuringia.
Secondly, Thüringen enterprises' contractual conditions for Vietnamese apprentices must comply with German law and equivalent to the German apprenticeship in that business itself.
Thirdly, the Ministry of Labor, Social Affairs and Health, Women and Families in Thuringia will provide support programs for young apprentices from Vietnam in the process of integration with the new environment.
Fourthly, the two sides are ready to assist Thüringen businesses and associations of businesses / chambers of commerce to organize necessary foreign language and cultural training courses in Vietnam for young people’s further study vocational and vocational education in Thuringia.
Fifthly, young people from Vietnam completing education in Thuringia are a contribution to strengthen the economic and cultural relations between Vietnam and Thuringia in the future.
Leaders of both sides and the delegates took souvenir photos at the Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs

Chi Tam
Translated into English by Minh Ngoc

 

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