The forum is jointly organized by the National Assembly’s Committee on Culture, Education, Adolescents and Youths (CCEAY), the Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs and the National Committee on Youths of Vietnam.

Ta Van Ha, deputy head of the CCEAY said that the event aims to improve the awareness of the young people and society about vocational training policies. It will offer an opportunity for young people to share their aspirations and recommendations relating to vocational training to meet the current period’s requirements.


Information collected at the forum will serve as reference for the CCEAY and other N.A.’s agencies in proposing policies on vocational training for youths to the N.A. and Government, he said.

It is expected to draw the participation of representatives from the Government, N.A. agencies, ministries and central agencies; leaders of provinces and centrally-run cities, youth organizations; young N.A. deputies, experts, scientists; and representatives of businesses, vocational training institutions and international organizations.

Key issues to be tabled at the forum include guidelines and policies of the Party and State on vocational training for young people, vocational training for rural youth disabled, ethnic minority youths, demobilized soldiers and students. Policies and recommendations on vocational training for young people in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic and the fourth industrial revolution and other related issues will be high on the agenda.

Source: VNA