History of the School's development

PREAMBLE 1. SCHOOL INTRODUCTION             Viet Xo Vocational College of Mechanical and Electrical Construction was renamed from Tam Diep Construction Mechanical and Electrical Vocational College according to Decision No. 358/QD – BLDTBXH dated March 23, 2012. Tam Diep Construction Mechanical and Electrical Vocational College was established on December 29, 2006 under the Decision No. 1988/QD/BLDTBXH of the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs on the basis of upgrading the High School and Vocational Training School of Mechanical and Electrical Construction Agriculture and rural development. The school has 3 training facilities, Campus 1 (main campus) stands in Trung Son ward, Tam Diep town, Ninh Binh province. According to Decision No. 196/QD-NN-TCCB dated January 24, 2007 of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Viet Xo Vocational College of Mechanical and Electrical Construction has the following tasks: – Vocational training at 3 levels: College, Intermediate and Vocational Elementary. - Training to improve vocational skills for employees according to the requirements of production and business establishments and employees. – Training and fostering intermediate professional staff for technical and economic sectors. – Participating in vocational education for workers, teaching techniques and career guidance to high school students. – Participate in the research and application of scientific and technological advances related to the training contents of the university and transfer technical advances into production. – Associate and cooperate with domestic and foreign organizations, training, research, production and business establishments. - Manage and organize the school's officials and properties according to the state management decentralization. 2. THE ROLE AND LOCATION OF STRATEGY IN THE SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT CONSTRUCTION The development strategy of Viet Xo Vocational College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering for the period 2008-2020 aims to determine the goals and orientations for each school activity, and is an effective management tool of the school, gradually shifting from management according to functions and tasks to active and creative strategic management at work. As a basis for policy making and school construction and development plans in each period, with the aim of building Viet Xo Vocational College of Electrical Engineering and Construction to become a multidisciplinary, multi-vocational, multidisciplinary training center. high-level education in the region and towards upgrading to a practical University of Technology in the 2020s. The development strategy is implemented in 3 phases: – Period 2008¸2011: completion of majors training profession. – Period 2012¸2015: building the school brand. – Period 2016¸2020: develop the brand name and upgrade the school into a practical University of Technology. 3. BASIS, LEGAL BASIS – Law on Education 2005, Law on Vocational Training 2007; – Decision No. 25/2005/QD-TTg dated January 21, 2005 of the Prime Minister on stipulating the list of education and training of the national education system; – Resolution No. 14/2005/NQ-CP dated November 2, 2005 of the Government on the fundamental and comprehensive renovation of Vietnamese education in the period 2006¸2010; – Decision No. 201/2001/QD-TTg dated December 28, 2001 of the Prime Minister approving the education development strategy 2001¸2010; – Strategy for human resource development of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development; – Human resource training strategy of the Ministry of Education and Training, the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs and related ministries; – Strategy and development plan of Vietnam's mechanical industry; – Resolution of the 10th Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam; – Decision No. 644/QD-BNN-KH dated March 13, 2007 of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development on permitting the construction of a site master plan and investment in the construction of the Viet Xo Vocational College of Engineering and Construction. – Pursuant to the Resolution of the Xth Central Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam on training human resources for agriculture and vocational training for rural areas. – Consult the development strategy of the University of Irrigation, Hanoi University of Agriculture I, Vinh University of Technical Education; – Basic lessons of the history of development of the Viet Xo Vocational College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. 4. PURPOSE OF DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY The development strategy of Viet Xo Vocational College of Engineering and Construction aims to gradually improve the quality of training, manage and implement the strategic task of training high-quality human resources for the agriculture and rural development sector in particular and for society in general. In the immediate future, it is necessary to build and standardize the contingent of teachers and administrators; step by step modernize material and technical foundations, standardize curricula, curricula and teaching materials in line with the training requirements of the labor market, creating the basis and premise for upgrading the school to become a High-quality vocational training center, towards building a university of practical technology in the Northern Delta and North Central region. 5. THE PROCESS OF STRATEGY BUILDING SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT - Establish a steering committee to develop development strategies and assign tasks to each member. - Establish project development committees and thematic sub-committees. - Organize to thoroughly understand the content, purpose, meaning and plan of building a school development strategy to all officers, teachers and employees. – Collect input from staff, teachers and students on the draft strategy of the school (through the form of handouts and face-to-face workshops). 6. VALUE OF USING SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY - Determine the specific direction of the school in the future through each period. - Orientation for all activities in the school, as a basis for building plans for each year to strive for completion. – Changing the way of thinking and thinking in management and leadership of organizations in the school. – As a basis for evaluating and monitoring all activities in the school, promptly adjusting and building contingency plans to prevent possible risks. – Identify priority areas for each stage of school development. - Building a team of implementation with appropriate capacity and high professionalism. – Build and improve the spirit of cooperation with partners outside the school. 7. STRUCTURE OF THE DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY Part I: Status of Vocational College of Engineering and Construction Viet Xo Part II: Mission, vision and goals Part III; Advantages, disadvantages, opportunities, challenges. Part IV: Objectives and solutions for each development strategy. Part V: Implementation plan. PART I CURRENT SITUATION OF VIETNAMESE CONSTRUCTION MECHANICAL COLLEGE   I. ANALYSIS OF SOCIAL ECONOMIC SECTORS The economy of our country has gone through a difficult period, the growth rate is quite high and the development is relatively stable. We are industrializing, modernizing and developing a knowledge-based economy, creating a solid foundation to gradually turn our country into a modern industrialized country by 2020. However, after Vietnam officially became a modern industrialized country by 2020. As a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO), our country's economy is increasingly affected by the world economy. Economic and cultural globalization is taking place rapidly, cooperation for development and competition are fierce. This is a major irreversible trend, in which there are global issues that need to be solved by the coordination of countries such as ecological environment protection, food security, labor cooperation. … – Every year we export thousands of workers to regional countries and around the world. However, the labor export of Vietnam is mainly unskilled labor with low skill level and low gray matter content. Workers have not received complete vocational training, so their income is low and the status of workers is not high. In the world, the scientific and technological revolution develops day by day, hour by hour. The issue of human resource training is not only limited to a country or a territory but has become a global integration trend. Grasping the increasing trend of studying abroad in Vietnam, Vietnam's training market is still limited, some industries are still open, developed countries have invested in Vietnam through training. create links or directly invest in the establishment of high-level universities, colleges and vocational schools. The strength of these partners is modern equipment, a team of good and experienced experts, plus the Vietnamese people's preference for international degrees, so training in general and vocational training in particular. have a tendency towards schools with foreign elements. Education is considered as a solid foundation to bring humanity forward to master society, a matter of survival of each country. That is why our Party and State have officially considered education and training as the top national policy, and have gradually reformed education in the direction of integration. Higher education is gradually moving from elite to mass training. Vocational education is becoming compulsory for a number of key industries. Especially in recent years, the State has assigned autonomy and self-responsibility to schools according to Decree 43/ND-CP. This is also what schools in the area have done. – After more than 20 years of renovation, our country's socio-economic has made positive changes, especially economic restructuring, creating a premise for a new development phase. The Resolution of the 8th Central Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam Congress stated: “Industrialization and modernization of agriculture and rural areas is an urgent task in order to gradually renew our country's countryside towards modern production. Economic restructuring between cultivation, animal husbandry and on-site services. Forming towns, townships, vocational training for farmers with the policy of "separation of agriculture, no separation of homeland". – The proportion of untrained workers in the agriculture and rural development sector is still low compared to the general level of society (18.6%/24.2%). Psychologically, learners often feel guilty with schools under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development because the professions are less attractive. – In order to accomplish the above task, schools under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development in general and Viet Xo Vocational College of Electrical Engineering and Construction in particular need to quickly adapt to the new requirements and tasks concretized in school development strategy for each stage.     II. GENERAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT, COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS AND CURRENT IMPACTS 2.1 Overall Impact Assessment Through analyzing the domestic and international context on socio-economic, science and technology, globalization, cooperation and competition in professional and vocational education, training needs, labor market... Currently, competition is increasingly fierce between regions, regions at home and abroad. Vietnam is a country with a young population, a high proportion of labor force, about 56% population, but only 24.2% trained workers. Every year, it is necessary to create jobs for 1.5 ¸ 2 million people, this is an opportunity for vocational training to develop. – For learners and socio-psychologists mainly have aspirations to attend universities, especially schools with foreign elements. Under the current conditions, learners, depending on their educational level and economic conditions, have the right to choose a profession and training institution, including studying abroad or studying abroad. Therefore, the State must have appropriate policies to encourage vocational training and create jobs for workers. – For teachers, the State needs to have policies and priority regimes to attract qualified and talented forces who are always enthusiastic about vocational training; adopt policies to expand and link in vocational training work between production establishments and schools, creating conditions for learners to approach work through practice. – The explosion and expansion of vocational training institutions nationwide leads to information interference, even loss of trust for learners, making it difficult to determine which vocational training institution is standard. The State needs to have specific policies in planning the network of vocational schools nationwide instead of in ministries, branches and localities as at present. 2.2 Competitive Impact Analysis Viet Xo Vocational College of Engineering and Construction is currently training 5 majors (Mechanical, Electrical, Economic, Construction, Information Technology) with 17 occupations. – Accounting major with 14 teachers, including 6 masters and 8 bachelors of economics. The number of pupils and students studying at the school is 1101 (of which College: 571, TCCN: 530). This is the main industry of the school, with an annual growth rate of 20%, although there are many schools participating in this training in the region. Annually, graduating students reach 98%, in which good and good students reach over 30%, the employment rate after graduation is over 76%. – Mechanical Engineering Department with 24 staff and teachers (including 7 masters, 12 mechanical engineers). The number of students and students studying is 772 (CNN: 195, TCCN: 64, TCN: 513). This is an industry with many different professions and levels of education. Among them, a new profession is Automotive Technology. The infrastructure of the industry still lacks many equipment. This industry always has to compete with schools belonging to the Ministry of Transport, the Ministry of Industry and the Ministry of Construction, which have always affirmed their strengths through national examinations. - Electrical - Electrical automation with 21 teachers (including 8 masters, 13 engineers). The number of students enrolled in this major is 1045 (College: 514, TCCN: 156, TCN: 375). This is one of the industries with the most students, professions and levels of education. For many years the quality of training was relatively good. However, newly opened occupations such as electronics, refrigeration, and automation still lack teachers and lack of synchronous facilities. As the industry with the largest number of schools in all ministries, provinces and cities participating in training, competition is an inevitable factor. – Mechanical Engineering with 19 teachers (including 2 masters, 9 engineers). There are 742 pupils and students enrolled (CDN: 99, TCN: 643), mainly engaged in electric welding, steam welding and metal cutting and processing. As an industry with a rapid increase in the number of students in recent years, the school's training quality is always confirmed compared to other schools in the region. However, this industry is not the strength of the university, but the advantage often belongs to the schools of the Ministry of Industry and the Ministry of Construction, which are partners that need to compete, including LILAMA I Ninh Binh Vocational College. – Construction industry with 45 teachers (including 31 engineers). The number of students and students enrolled is 608 (CNU: 122, TCCN: 150, BC: 336). This is the field of study with the lowest number of students (compared to the percentage of teachers) due to the psychological inferiority of the construction profession, which is capable of self-practice without training. However, the construction professions of the school have always affirmed their brand through training quality: the rate is quite good, reaching over 40%; employment rate after graduation reached 95%. However, the teaching staff of the Faculty of Civil Engineering has not yet reached the standard level, the percentage of teachers who have not graduated from university is still high (30%), which requires improving the quality of the faculty's teaching staff in the near future. . – Information Technology (under the Faculty of Basic Science and Basic Engineering) with 18 teachers (including 7 masters, 11 engineers). The number of students studying information technology is 171 (College: 107, TCCN: 64). This is a new industry opened since 2006. Viet Xo Vocational College of Mechanical and Electrical Construction is a central school located in Tam Diep town, Ninh Binh province, which is the center of industrial development in the North Delta and North Central region. There are many advantages in building and developing vocational training. This is an area with a high population density, relatively developed intellectual level, especially a dynamic economic area. But in recent years this area has opened up too many vocational schools and establishments with vocational training. There are 5 vocational schools in Tam Diep town. The whole province of Ninh Binh has 18 vocational training institutions, not to mention the neighboring provinces such as Thanh Hoa, Ha Nam and Nam Dinh. That creates strong competition among schools in this area. Currently, many colleges and universities in the country have been training a number of majors in parallel with the Viet Xo Vocational College of Engineering and Construction. Therefore, it is necessary to upgrade a number of traditional professions and open new ones to meet the goal of a multi-disciplinary, multi-vocational and multi-level school. On the other hand, on the path of our country's WTO integration, there will certainly be many universities with 100% investment of foreign capital, so it is necessary to renew training programs, manage and improve training quality. to be able to strengthen linkages and be competitive enough. 2.3 Cross-impact analysis The five most important practical factors affecting from inside and from outside to the training efficiency of the school are: 1. The quality of the school's education compared to the social ground is assessed as standard. Graduates and graduates are accepted and recruited by more and more production facilities and businesses, confirming the prestige and quality of training of the school, the number of enrollments is increasing every year. Many of the school's students have gone on to study at higher levels through transfer programs, affiliated with universities or studying abroad. 2. The staff and teachers are experienced in teaching, enthusiastic and responsible in education and training. 3. Material and technical facilities and equipment for teaching are lacking and outdated. 4. The accommodation conditions are still lacking in both the number of rooms and living facilities compared to the number of students who register for boarding. 5. Living conditions in the locality where the school stands are relatively reasonable compared to the economic ability of learners. III. CURRENT SITUATION OF SCHOOL 3.1 About the organization and management of the school * These achievements: Viet Xo Vocational College of Electrical Engineering Construction, formerly known as High School and Vocational School of Mechanical and Electrical Construction Agriculture and Rural Development, was established on January 3, 1997. But the history and tradition of the school. Not to mention the history of the previous member schools: – Central High School of Agricultural Mechanics was established in 1960; – Intermediate School of Agricultural Construction was established in 1968; – Viet Xo Agricultural Mechanical Workers School was established in 1979. During the years of independent existence, the member schools have trained tens of thousands of technicians and skilled workers for the agriculture and rural development industry. Many successful people hold important positions in the state management apparatus in all parts of the country. Up to now, Viet Xo Vocational College of Mechanical and Electrical Construction still promotes the tradition of the three old schools. After more than 12 years of construction and development, the school has basically built an effective operational management apparatus. – The school has an effective unified management system from the Board of Directors to the member units, making an important contribution to the existence and development of the school. – Established organizational and operational regulations, legal documents creating a legal corridor for all activities of the school on the basis of administrative reform. - Developed a system of criteria and modes of fostering and developing teaching staff, focusing on developing female cadres in the cadre structure, improving student and student management in the direction of the people. Ownership, publicity on the basis of discipline, love and responsibility, creating conditions to strive and train students to become comprehensive citizens. – Qualified teachers: over 80% have university and postgraduate degrees; 100% achieved pedagogical level 2; there are 4 excellent teachers, 18 excellent teachers at the national level and 71 excellent teachers at the provincial level. * Restrictions Due to the existence of the history of the process of merging the 3 schools, the leadership apparatus is still cumbersome, many focal points overlap, the percentage of officials and employees working indirectly is still high, and the work management efficiency is high. not high, lack of standardization process. – The effectiveness of the government has not been fully developed due to the unreasonable decentralization and delegation mechanism, the lack of synchronous lever policy system to create a strong enough endogenous motivation. – About the management team: + Over 40 years old 100%; the proportion of female staff accounts for 6%. + Capacity and qualifications are not equal, there is still limited ability to adapt to the requirements of innovation, integration and management thinking. 3.2 About training * These achievements – As of April 2008, Viet Xo Vocational College of Mechanical and Electrical Construction has trained 21,720 technicians and skilled workers, of which TCCN: 7824; BC: 14,096. If the number of graduates from the old schools is included, the number is 41,577. – The number of graduates with jobs is 71.6%, in recent years it has reached 87%. – From 2000 to now, the training scale of the school has increased by more than 200% (in 2000 there were 2,100 students, in 2008 there were 4,439 pupils and students) – In the last 5 years with professional qualifications in addition to 4 traditional majors: Mechanical engineering. Gas, Electricity, Finance-Accounting and Construction, since 2003 the school has opened the Information Technology major. With the qualification of workers (BCE), the school opens more professions: Electronics, Refrigeration, Electrical automation, Pipeline, Iron industry, Crane. Since 2007 until now, the school has been assigned the task of vocational training with College level: Automotive Technology, Welding, Corporate Accounting, Computer Repair and Assembly, Electronics, Refrigeration, Electrical Automation , Industrial electricity, Construction engineering. – The school has applied information technology, used electronic lesson plans, and managed data on computers; has built a synchronous team of teachers, adding many young teachers who have the ability to promptly respond to new requirements and tasks. * Restrictions: - There is no school development strategy. – The quality and content of training have not kept pace with the rapidly developing requirements of society, lacking an appropriate system of quality assurance mechanisms. – The training program is still heavy on theory, light on practice and does not pay due attention to skill training. – Investment is still low and slow, learning materials do not meet the requirements of practical teaching due to fluctuating prices but the norm of materials does not change. Facilities and equipment for teaching and research have not met the requirements of improving learners' skills. – The school's staff and teachers are still incomplete in terms of composition, age, especially for new professions, there are still many highly qualified teachers. – There is no Learning Resource Center and quality accreditation system. – Although the living standards of officials and teachers have been improved, the standard of living is still low. Some teachers are not fully committed to their training career. 3.3 About facilities – Area of the school campus: 210,800 m2. – Construction area 23,103 m2, in which theory classrooms (65 rooms) 10,079 m2, workshop (48 workshops) 8735 m2, laboratory 86 m2, motorbike garage 2,466 m2, multi-purpose house 1,192 m2, principal office and offices of departments and faculties 2,169 m2, large hall 1,279 m2, student canteen 1,120 m2. Compared with the standard 20/TCN-1985, the campus area is basically satisfactory. However, most of the construction items built in the 70s of the last century have been seriously degraded. Every year the school has to invest in renovating and repairing billions of dong but still cannot meet the requirements of using use. Most of the workshops and laboratories have outdated equipment and are few in number. 3.4 About scientific research and its relationship with the socio-economic environment * These achievements: – As a vocational school, the research capacity and capacity to deploy scientific and technical services of the staff and teachers are still limited. In recent years, the school has mainly applied practical training combined with production to produce products with negligible revenue. Innovative research activities to improve technology are mainly focused on modeling learning tools and innovations in teaching. In this field, in more than 10 years of operation, there have been 62 improvements at the provincial level and hundreds of improvements at the school level, saving the budget hundreds of millions of dong. However, the application in production is not much. – The school has made great efforts in conducting surveys on the labor market and training needs of sectors and localities; linking with production facilities to train and retrain workers to improve their skills; signed production internship contracts for students, students at production facilities. * Restrictions: – The university has not brought into full play the potential of technical facilities, human resources and capital in scientific research and production applications. – There has not been a regular and stable connection with organizations and businesses, creating stable jobs for students during the internship period and after graduation. – There is no in-depth scientific topic on improving the quality of training. There is a lack of leading experts in scientific research and application, and there is no regime to encourage scientific research and technical innovation. Equipment and teaching facilities are lacking and out of sync. 3.5 About the teaching staff * These achievements: By October 2008, the total number of staff of the school was 241 including 169 teachers. Regarding qualifications, there are 31 masters (18.3%), 108 universities (63.9%). – Teacher/student ratio is 1/24 (standard 1/15¸20) – Manager/student ratio is 1/46. * Restrictions – The teacher/student ratio is high compared to the standard 1/15¸20 (according to 14/2005 NQ-CP). – Teachers' qualifications are still limited, especially in newly opened professions, the number of teachers over 40 years old accounts for a high percentage, there is a gap between ages. – From 2000 to 2007 recruited 26 more young teachers, mostly university graduates, with low professional qualifications, especially foreign language skills; limited capacity, low will to strive, no screening mechanism. - Professional management officers: most of them do not have the right expertise for the job, and their capacity is limited; Many people work part-time and lack management experience. – Lack of a timely training mechanism for young cadres, creating unnecessary shortages in some units. – The salary policy and management allowance are not reasonable, so it is not possible to motivate and encourage qualified staff. 3.6 Regarding financial resources and financial activities Since 2003, the school has implemented the financial autonomy mechanism according to Decree 16/ND-CP, now is Decree 43/ND-CP for administrative and non-business units on the use of the budget allocated for regular training. and training-related revenue-generating activities. The school is actively allocated funds to perform the task with a total source of 12-19 billion VND depending on each year, of which the school's revenue ranges from 4 to 5 billion VND, accounting for about 30%. The implementation of contract spending has created an active financial source for the university, encouraging revenue growth, and efficient and economical use of funds. The per capita income level is 1.7 times higher than the basic salary prescribed by the State. In addition, the member units also have their own source of income after performing their obligations to the school in training activities and practice combined with production. The internal spending regulations are built from the actual financial activities of the university, which are adjusted and supplemented annually in accordance with the requirements of the mission and are the basis for public and transparent financial control. 3.7 About the employment of students, students after graduating from school – Through the survey and synthesis of data by the Department of Student Affairs, the majority of students graduating from school met social requirements. The rate of learners having jobs right after graduation is 87%; in which there are stable jobs, good income reaching 62%. – The percentage of graduates who have jobs in accordance with their trained occupations is 71%. The quality of training is accepted by society and employers. Many institutions give good reviews about the training work of the school. However, the number of students who have access to new and modern production technology in the first year is still confused and slow to develop thinking. 3.8 Relationships Viet Xo Vocational College of Mechanical Engineering and Construction was established on the basis of merging and reorganizing 3 schools, including: – Viet Xo Agricultural Mechanical Workers School was built under an agreement between the Vietnamese government and the former Soviet Union. The first time (2 courses) was consulted by Soviet experts and helped to train and foster teachers. – Central High School of Agricultural Mechanics participated in training Lao students with a total of 117 students (period 1983-1987), appointed teachers (9 times of teachers, leaders) as experts in program development. and directly trained vocational training in Cambodia (period 1985-1990). PART II MISSION, VISION GOAL   I. MISSION Training and developing human resources, researching and applying science and technology to teaching and transferring technical advances into production, international cooperation in the cause of training and production to serve the cause of industrialization and modernization. country and in the cause of Agriculture and Rural Development. II. VISION Striving to build Viet Xo Vocational College of Mechanical and Electrical Construction to become a key school in the Northern Delta and North Central region, a center for training high-quality human resources of the Agriculture and Rural Development sector, to conduct training multi-disciplinary, multi-professional, meeting the demand for high-quality human resources for the labor market of the society; step by step building the school's brand as a basis to upgrade the university into a practical University of Technology in 2020. III. BASIC VALUE SYSTEM Constantly improving the quality of training, equipping students with modern advanced knowledge, professional skills, self-control, independent creativity in work for students, students are the basis for them to progress. establish a career in the conditions of the integrated economy IV. TARGET 4.1 General Objectives Building Viet Xo Vocational College of Construction Mechatronics to become a training center for high-quality human resources for agriculture and rural development and strive to become a university of practical technology, multidisciplinary training by 2020. multi-vocational, multi-level study, diversification of training types, affirmation of brand, sufficient competitiveness, equality and training cooperation with domestic and regional schools and international integration. 4.2 Specific Objectives 4.2.1 Scale of training – To maintain a stable training scale of 5,000 pupils and students in the period 1 to 2011, of which vocational colleges: 2,000; TCCN: 1,500; BC: 1,500. – Expand the training scale to 6,500 students in the period 2 to 2015, of which vocational colleges: 3,000; TCCN: 1,500; BC: 2,000. – Training scale of 8,000 students in the period 3 to 2020, of which University: 300; Trade union: 3,500; TCCN: 2,000; BC: 2,200. 4.2.2 Teaching staff – The period 2008 ¸ 2011 continued to improve their qualifications in order to standardize the existing teachers, ensuring that 90% had university and post-graduate degrees. Strive to have 250 teachers by 2011, of which 53 are at university. – In the period 2012 ¸ 2015 to build a team of teachers with a total of 325 of which 80 ¸ 100 have master's and doctorate degrees. – The period 2016 ¸ 2020 meets the requirements of new training tasks of the university with over 400 lecturers, of which 150-170 have postgraduate degrees (including 10 doctorates or more). 4.2.3 Technical facilities – In the period 2008-2011, to build specialized classrooms, modernize practice workshops, build an electronic library. – In the period 2012¸2015, to expand and upgrade the school's technical facilities according to the overall project of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development. In the 2016¸2020 period, modernize research, practice and experimental facilities; strengthen international cooperation in joint training. PART III ADVANTAGES – DIFFICULTIES – OPPORTUNITIES – CHALLENGES I. DEVELOPMENT DEMAND FORECAST 1.1 Forecast of training 1.1.1 About industry To meet the socio-economic needs in the context of developing a socialist-oriented market economy and international integration, on the other hand, to meet the demand for highly qualified labor cooperation with countries in the region. and the world, in the coming years, the school will focus on training human resources for the fields of engineering, technology, processing, construction, architecture, agriculture, forestry and fishery, environment, computer, business. and management, with the main occupations being: Mechanical engineering:Metal cutting, Welding, Steel processing etc… Dynamic mechanics: Automotive technology, Mechanical construction machines, Motorcycles... Electricity: Industrial electricity, Automation, Civil electricity, Electronics, Refrigeration... Post-harvest technology of agriculture, forestry and fishery: Preservation, Processing, recycling… Information technology: Computer assembly, Network administration, Software design and application… Construct: Civil construction, Industrial construction, Interior decoration… Economic management: Accounting, Business Administration, Farm Management… 1.1.2 About human resources Pursuant to the Prime Minister's Decision No. 201/2001/QD-TTg dated December 28, 2001 approving the "Education Development Strategy 2001-2010": increasing the proportion of trained laborers at all levels in in 2010 reached 40%, in which TCCN: 8%, CNKT: 26%; “attracting students to vocational schools with 15%; attracting post-secondary students to vocational schools to reach 10% by 2010”. Thus, by 2010, about 40% students of school age will be attracted to vocational colleges, vocational schools and secondary schools. The whole country has about 1 million students entering vocational schools each year, of which about 3,000 to 4,000 students enter the school and the training scale of the school will be 8,000¸9,000 students. According to the Decision No. 20/2005/QD-BGD&DT dated June 24, 2005 of the Ministry of Education and Training, striving to reach over 85% by 2010 the number of trained workers in the fields of agriculture, forestry and fishery, fostering and improving professional qualifications and according to the development strategy of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, in parallel with the restructuring of production in agriculture and the implementation of agricultural and rural industrialization, the reduction of Direct labor in agriculture will place great demands on human resource training to transform labor structure in the coming years. Preliminary calculations show that hundreds of thousands of people need vocational training every year in the Southern Delta and North Zone 4 to serve this strategy. Therefore, along with the training of existing occupations and educational levels, the development of new occupations and the expansion of the training market for labor export needs, the training scale of the school will reach 2020. from 8,000 to 9,000 students at all levels. 1.2 Science and technology needs According to the “development strategy of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development on human resource training for the period 2010¸2020”; According to the project "renovation and development of vocational training for the period 2008-2020" which is being finalized by the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs and submitted to the Government for approval, the school needs to focus on investing in research and building vocational training projects for the the following areas: – Training human resources for the program of agricultural and rural industrialization; - Post-harvest preservation and processing technology of agriculture, forestry and fishery; – Training human resources for industrial zones and economic sectors; – Training human resources for the program on clean water and environmental protection in rural areas; – Training human resources for planning and urbanizing residential areas in rural areas; – Training human resources for the farm economic development program; - Training human resources for economic development in deep-lying, remote and mountainous areas; - Streamlining vocational training after lower secondary education; - Internship training in vocational training. 1.3 Other needs To export qualified workers to meet the needs of countries in the region and developed countries, aiming to train human resources with qualifications recognized by employers' countries as the value of vocational diplomas and certificates. . Ninh Binh province and neighboring provinces such as Ha Nam, Hoa Binh, Thanh Hoa, Nghe An, etc. have special advantages in developing construction material industry (iron and steel, brick, tile, cement ...) , planting and processing industrial crops (pineapple, tea, coffee, rubber...). On the other hand, the special development of Nghi Son - Thanh Hoa economic zone with petrochemical industry cluster, deep-water port and Vietnam - Laos - Thailand economic corridor will be addresses with very high demand for human resources. large and suitable for the school's ability to respond. II. ANALYSIS OF STRENGTH – WEAK, OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES 2.1 Strong-weak analysis 2.1.1 Strengths – There is a training tradition formed and maintained for many years; – Prestigious reputation for training quality for the industry and society; - Effectively diversify training: multi-level, multi-disciplinary, multi-field, diversify types of training; – Having a system of facilities and premises large enough to meet development needs for training;   2.1.2 Weaknesses – Although the facilities were initially fully equipped, they were outdated and did not meet the current training scale; – Newly equipped equipment has not been synchronized and has not met the requirements in terms of quantity and quality; – The teachers have many years of training experience, but are less sensitive in accessing information technology, foreign languages, new technologies and modern teaching methods. 2.2 Analysis of opportunities and threats 2.2.1 Opportunity – Law on Education 2005 and Law on Vocational Training 2007 have opened up prospects for innovation and strong development in both scale and quality for education and vocational training. All levels, branches and localities are increasingly aware of the role of vocational training; – The State's mechanisms and policies for education and training have created favorable conditions for the school: financial autonomy; expanding the connection and association in training; training diversification; training stream; invest in improving training capacity; program development… – Human resource development needs of ministries, branches, localities, enterprises… in order to meet industrialization and modernization of production, labor export and economic and social development strategy of Vietnam by 2020 "basically become an industrial country". 2.2.2 Challenges – The school's traditional and strong training professions are facing fierce competition due to many duplicate training institutions; – International integration also creates intense pressure on training content, programs and quality; – The country is still underdeveloped, there is still a big gap compared to other countries in the region and the world. III. ANALYSIS OF SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY ISSUES In order for the school to continue to develop in the direction of meeting the maximum demand in terms of both quantity and quality of human resources for the industry and for the country, right now, it is necessary to focus on solving important strategic issues. The basic principles are as follows: – Develop a plan to develop the team of leaders and managers from the school, department, department, and subject groups to a contingent of qualified, qualified, experienced and capable teachers. thinking in line with the development trend of the school. – Develop a master plan on infrastructure, scale and training structure comprehensively enough to meet development needs. – Create a strong financial source to invest in expanding the scale, improving the quality of training, improving teaching methods and applying new technologies in training and production. – Invest in converting training methods from annual training to module, course, and credit-based training. – Building facilities, classrooms, practice rooms, experiments, specialized classrooms, libraries, workshops and new technologies to improve training and self-training capacity for teachers and learners. – Invest in scientific and technical applications, promote initiatives, improve and apply scientific and technological achievements to training and combined production. Apply information technology to all areas of the school's activities effectively. Closely linking schools and production facilities in a diversified and comprehensive way. – Regularly foster, improve qualifications, update information and practical knowledge for leaders and teachers. – Expand and comprehensively cooperate in training, scientific research, application of technical achievements and new technologies with universities, colleges, vocational schools, and colleges within and outside the industry. Step by step towards international cooperation in the field of training and supply of technical human resources with countries in the region and around the world. – Constantly supplementing and improving training programs in the direction of updating information and new technologies, linking with socio-economic development programs of the State, industry and localities. PART IV OBJECTIVES AND SOLUTIONS FOR EACH DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY I. STRATEGY ON TRAINING DEVELOPMENT 1.1 Objectives Viet Xo Vocational College of Mechanical and Electrical Construction is a public school, training multi-disciplinary, multi-vocational, multi-level study, training in connection with universities, training institutions at home and abroad. – Training at professional intermediate level, vocational intermediate level, vocational college with high skill level, ability to think creatively, independently and autonomously in work, ability to self-study to improve qualifications. – Connect and associate with universities and research institutes to train engineers, bachelors and experts with professional qualifications, informatics, foreign languages with necessary skills to meet the practical requirements of the society. festival. 1.2 Type of field: Public School Name: VIET XO MECHANICAL COLLEGE OF CONSTRUCTION ELECTRICAL English name: TAMDIEP VOCATIONAL COLLEGE OF ELECTROMECHANIZATION AND CONSTRUCTION (TVEMC) Tel: 030.3864066 Fax: 030.3773760 Website: Caodangvietxo.edu.vn Email: caodangvietxo2012@gmail.com Address: Trung Son ward, Tam Diep town, Ninh Binh province 1.3 Field model – Organization of the school: Organization chart (Table 4.1) – Training form: Multi-disciplinary, multi-vocational, multi-level study, joint training, association.   1.4 Direction of training – Skilled – Creative ability (thinking ability) – Dare to compete and compete – Strengthen pairs to receive knowledge through short-term classes and advanced training. 1.5 Training time and duration Table 4.2. Time and duration of formal training
Degree training Training period (years) Duration (course units)
University of Technology 4-5 150 – 180
Vocational colleges 3 120
professional range 2 80
Vocational 1-2 40 – 80
  1.6 Scale of training Table 4.3. Number of annual enrollments
TT Level Training scale
2011 2015 2020
1 University of Technology 300
2 Vocational colleges 1.200 1.500 1.800
3 professional range 600 700 800
4 Vocational 1.000 1.100 1.200
Total: 2.800 3.300 3.800
Note: In the process of implementing the professions and training in stages 2 and 3, it is possible that they will be adjusted to suit the actual development requirements of the society. 1.7 Type of training – Formal and informal – Internship training. 1.8 Training methods Study by year or by module. 1.9 Training occupations Table 4.4. Occupations and training levels
  TT   Career   Level Period 2008-2010 Period 2012-2015 2016-2020 period
Upgrade New Upgrade New Upgrade New
VH bulldozer BC
Car technology BC
(breakthrough profession) TCCN
Women's College x
University x
Industrial Electricity BC
(breakthrough profession) TCCN
Women's College x
University x
Metal cutting BC
Women's College x
Weld BC
Women's College x
Electronic refrigeration Women's College
Construction of DD and CN BC
TCCN
Women's College x
Water supply and drainage BC x
Women's College x
Wood products processing BC
Economy Corporate accounting TCCN
(breakthrough profession) Women's College x
University x
Business Administration Women's College x
Cooperative accountant TCCN x
Women's College x
Calculator Computer SC Engineering TCCN
Women's College x
Computer network administration TCCN x x x
Women's College x x
Database Administrator TCCN x x
Women's College x x
1.10 Content and training program – Training duration is given in Table 4.1 – Time allocation for basic, basic, professional, graduate internship, project based on the framework program. 1.11 Innovating teaching methods - Taking students - students as the center of the teaching and learning process, respecting and developing learners' thinking. – For the vocational training institutions: attach importance to fostering a sense of self-discipline in learning, and attach importance to skill training, developing creative thinking. learning, self-study ability, practice study skills, develop creative thinking, discover and solve problems, practice practical skills, create conditions for students to participate in research and application science and technology into production practice. 1.12 Training quality standards – TCN: Good at skills. – TCCN: Mastering theory, mastering practice, having the ability to solve problems in common professional fields. - College: Strong in theory, good in practice, proficient in using informatics, know English, have the ability to solve problems in the professional field. - University: Strong in theory, good at practice, fluent in English, have scientific research methods, have the ability to apply and combine theory and practice into professional work. II. FACILITIES DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY 2.1 Objectives Building facilities to meet Vietnamese standards, ensuring training requirements through each stage. 2.2 Solution – Completing the upgrading of the school in the period 2008 - 2015 according to the roadmap of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development approving the master plan project and upgrading the Viet Xo Vocational College of Engineering and Construction. – Implement the project “Improving vocational training capacity for the period 2008 ¸ 2010” of the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs through the target program of procurement and effective use of teaching equipment and supplies. – Take advantage of capital sources, regular funding sources, own capital, project capital, etc., invest in and build specialized classrooms, electronic libraries, laboratories, and high-tech practice workshops to meet meet the requirements of equipment and teaching facilities for teachers and students. – Bringing information technology into training management, student management and scientific research and production activities in the university to ensure effective synchronization and timely response to development requirements. general of the school. - Exploiting and effectively using human resources, physical and technical resources, and funding sources in order to consolidate and strengthen material and technical foundations, to meet the requirements of standards and conditions for upgrading the school to a practical University of Technology in 2020.     III. SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY APPLICATION RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY AND SOCIAL SERVICE PROVIDED 3.1 Objectivesu Strive to build a University of Practical Technology - Center for technology application and production practice capable of implementing programs: - Development program of Mechanical, Electrical and Electrical engineering. Electronics, Construction, Information Technology and Automotive Technology. – Programs of agriculture and rural development in the field of Mechanical, Electrical and Construction. – Striving for revenue in the activities of applying science and technology to production and services to reach 5% by 2020 in the total revenue of the university. 3.2 Implementation solution – Building a science and technology application room, planning and organizing research and technology transfer, establishing modern laboratories for research. – Select a number of strategic fields of science and technology of the university in order to deeply research and develop key industries of the industry and the locality related to the training mission of the school. – Re-planning the teaching staff so that they have conditions to promote their ability to apply science and technology, arouse the passion for scientific research in the whole school; pay attention to fostering staff with good quality, creative ability and enthusiasm in scientific research. – Improving life, perfecting the organization and management mechanism of science and technology activities, promoting internal resources to promote the application of science and technology. Establish a fund for development of science and technology application and establish regulations on the use of the fund to achieve the highest results. - Implement well the linkage between the units of the university in scientific research. Actively organize scientific seminars in the school, participate in industry and local scientific conferences. – Extensive cooperation and close association with production facilities, creating conditions for officials and teachers to approach production reality in order to organically connect schools with businesses, between scientific research with production technology. There are mechanisms and favorable conditions for students to participate in scientific research and promote their creative talents. IV. STRATEGY ON STUDENTS 4.1 Objectives Building in an educational environment that meets: – Learning activities applying science and physical training for students, creating independence, self-control and self-discipline for students, students in learning, getting a job and adapting to the market mechanism after graduation. – Create a brand, a reliable address to attract more and more students to study. 4.2 Implementation solution - To build Viet Xo Vocational College of Mechanical and Electrical Construction into a multi-disciplinary, multi-vocational, multi-level high-quality training center that is the focus of attracting learners. Increase the introduction and promotion of the school through school activities. Implement well the regimes and policies towards students, ensuring the building in the school a fair, democratic and civilized society in learning. - Step by step solving accommodation and meals for students. Building a model student dormitory, a center for students' self-study. – Establishment of a Center for career counseling, job placement and other social issues. – Promote the improvement of students' learning and research methods, encourage students to self-study, refer to documents at the library, online and self-study online. Create a mechanism for students to contribute to training, self-organization and self-management of professional clubs, foreign languages, sports, learning and training activities to improve dynamism, self-control and confidence in their own abilities. – Establishing a study promotion and talent promotion fund, adequately encouraging good students, paying attention to students under the policy. V. HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY 5.1 Objectives Building a team of teaching staff, managers with good expertise, professional expertise, wholeheartedness, wholeheartedness with work, a sense of striving in study and work, enthusiasm and commitment to the community. construction and school development. 5.2 Orientation and specific goals – Consolidate the organization of the school apparatus in the direction of compactness, efficiency, decentralization and increase the initiative for grassroots departments. - Completing internal regulations, regulations on organization and operation of the school on the basis of specifying the functions and duties of each officer, each department in the organizational apparatus. – Develop staff standards and recruitment regulations suitable for each stage of development and recruitment needs of the school. 5.3 Organizational apparatus The organizational structure of the school is shown in the following diagram: (Table 4.5) 5.4 Building a contingent of staff and teachers Step by step build a team of teachers who are strong enough in expertise, foreign language and computer skills, brave and adaptable to the training mechanism according to the labor market through the following forms: – Screening existing staff of teachers, arrangement of working positions according to qualifications and capacity; continue to train to improve qualifications, step by step standardize staff according to task requirements. – Recruiting young teachers with specialized qualifications, enthusiasm for training and scientific research, with incentives, attracting and encouraging talented people. – To ensure that by 2020 there will be 50% teachers with university degrees, of which 10% teachers have doctorate degrees. * Solution - Promote activities to raise the status of teachers in schools and in society; - Training and fostering leading officials in the industry; – Recruiting, training and screening young staff; - Innovating methods and regulations for recruiting teachers to ensure objectivity, fairness, competitive elements, and quality assurance. Priority is given to selecting students with good and excellent diplomas and those with university degrees; - Having mechanisms and policies to attract good experts at home and abroad. Using contract teaching for highly qualified retirees and non-school audiences. Having a satisfactory remuneration regime, ensuring income and working conditions for officials and teachers, building trust to have wholeheartedly and wholeheartedly for the development of the school. 5.5 Managerial and professional staff Managers are an important force in organizing, managing and operating activities in the school, who make decisions and adjust strategies in each period. Managers must have pure moral qualities, dedication to the profession, high professional qualifications, creative minds and foresight; at the same time know the details of the strategy with specific steps. Therefore, administrators must be selected and trained according to the State's regulations and the school's internal regulations. Professional officers are those who are selected and arranged to work in specialized departments of the school based on the functions and duties of each title as prescribed. Professional staff must have professional qualifications, foreign language and computer skills commensurate with their assigned profession. * Solution – Training and fostering management capacity, creative capacity, professional capacity and strategic vision for management staff. - Step by step standardize the contingent of staff and professionals through training and retraining in the areas of assignment and assigned work. – Regularly appoint and dismiss managers and professional staff when necessary in order to perfect the organizational structure of management and administration of the school in the direction of development. BECAUSE. FINANCIAL STRATEGY, SALARY 6.1 Objectives – Ensure to provide sufficient financial needs for the school's activities during the implementation of the strategy. – Diversify financial sources for the school in order to develop the training career and ensure the improvement of life for staff and teachers, and to consolidate and supplement the school's physical and technical foundations. - Innovating management methods to enhance development, attraction and efficient use of financial resources. 6.2 Implementation solution - Completing the internal spending regulations, the norm system with the aim of effectively using capital sources, saving recurrent expenditures, making purposeful investments in key programs; step by step modernize facilities and improve material life for staff and teachers. – Fully exploiting revenue from training and internship combined with production, research and application of science and technology; take advantage of non-budget capital sources, foreign investment capital... – Renovate the financial management mechanism in order to strengthen the autonomy and self-responsibility of the faculties and departments in the university; exploit the creative potential of individuals and groups in production, service activities and economic contracts inside and outside the university, ensuring financial revenue for the school according to internal regulations. VII. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY 7.1 Objectives Rapidly develop information technology in teaching, scientific research, production and service, and modernize management, to meet the development requirements of the university over time. 7.2 Implementation solutions – Invest in information technology the necessary resources, establish LAN and INTERNET throughout the school, create the right to proactively plan direct work and deploy information technology in teaching and scientific research. and school management activities. - Develop a project to develop information technology to directly serve training and scientific research; building an electronic library; step by step requires teachers to use electronic lesson plans and consider this a mandatory condition to improve the quality of lectures. – Having an appropriate mechanism and creating conditions for everyone to respond and actively participate in accelerating the strategy of research and use of information technology to improve the quality of teaching, learning, research and application in production. . - Develop a mechanism and organizational system to bind responsibility for computerization and use of IT for each unit and individual in the selection and arrangement of staff, consideration of titles, incentives and emulation regimes. Bonus. - Expanding and developing computer training professions in the school. Established the Faculty of Information Technology on the basis of separating the Faculty of Science and Technology and the Faculty of General Economics. Invest in facilities and teaching equipment, increase computer room equipment and facilities for the IT department, foster and recruit teachers with specialized qualifications in informatics to meet training requirements. and have a preferential regime for good teachers in this field. VIII. STRATEGY ON INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION 8.1 Goals Access to advanced educational standards in the world, especially in the field of professional education and vocational training, in line with Vietnam's development requirements. Participating in human resource training for the region and the world, creating conditions for learners to have the opportunity to export labor with high skills, timely respond to the needs of the increasingly diverse labor export market. form. 8.2 Implementation solutions – Cooperating with foreign universities, colleges and international organizations to create favorable conditions for students, students to study abroad, study abroad, and teachers to learn from foreign teaching experiences. – Improve the qualifications in all aspects, especially foreign language and informatics skills for teachers, promptly meet the needs of integration and exchange and exchange experiences with regional and international partners. – Regularly organize visits and learn experiences abroad for officials and teachers. – Enlist the help of foreign organizations through investment projects. Particular attention is paid to the resumption of aid from the Russian Federation. – Actively exploiting the labor export market and introducing jobs for students after graduation. IX. QUALITY ASSURANCE STRATEGY 9.1 Objectives Self-assessment of training quality through each school year in order to adjust training goals, programs and plans through implementation results, to compare human and material resources and prepare for the next period. with the aim of ensuring the successful implementation of the entire school development strategy. 9.2 Implementation solution – Accreditation of training quality according to the quality accreditation process of the Ministry of Education & Training and the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs, through 8 criteria: Organization and management of the school; Teachers; Student and student work; Organizing teaching and learning; Infrastructure; Scientific research; Curriculum materials; Finance. – Testing according to market surveys by collecting opinions of employers about training professions and training quality through customer conferences or directly investigating at manufacturing facilities. export. - Tested according to the survey and evaluation of students' parents and directly students and students through polls. – Building a model of organization and quality management, periodically checking according to the criteria of the Ministry of Education and Training and the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs. – Strengthening quality control of enrollment (input) – Regularly monitoring and checking the training process. - Ensure output quality as required by inspection criteria. DRAWING PART IMPLEMENTATION PLAN   I. ORGANIZATION OF BUILDING STRATEGY - Disseminate information and disseminate the school development strategy plan to all school officials, teachers and employees. – Organization of the apparatus to implement the strategy: + Establish a Steering Committee consisting of 6 members, led by the Rector as the head, the Vice Rectors as the vice presidents, the members: the Head of the Training Department, the Head of the Organization Department. + Establishing a Strategy Development Board with 20 members including the management board, departments and departments, and inviting longtime teachers and leaders with extensive experience in training to participate. + Specifically assigning members, departments in the two committees are responsible for each part of the school development strategy project. – Roadmap for construction and approval: + March, April, 5: Construction departments are assigned. + June: Gathering through the School Council (1st workshop, revision and 2nd workshop). + July: The 3rd workshop and superior approval. II. STRATEGIC IMPLEMENTATION ROAD 2008¸2020 2.1 Phase 1 (2008 ¸ 2011) 2.1.1 Objectives As a public school with multi-disciplinary training, multi-vocational multi-level study, stabilizing the professions that are training and developing new ones, striving to become a key school in the region. 2.1.2 Training – Invest in fostering and supplementing the force of teachers; develop and standardize curricula and curricula, focusing on equipping teaching facilities and practical equipment to prepare for breakthrough careers in Automotive Technology, Industrial Electrical and Corporate Accounting. – Ensure the quality of training of all levels and occupations, have good skills, have the ability to think creatively, independently, autonomously in work, have the ability to self-study to improve their skills. degree. – Upgrade from Vocational Intermediate to Vocational College 2 programs: Metal cutting and Water supply and drainage. 2.1.3 Team – Number of teaching staff: 250 (of which 50–60 teachers have university degrees) Gradually build up a team of teachers strong enough in professional qualifications, foreign languages and informatics, with bravery and adapt to the training mechanism according to the highly skilled labor market. – Managers: 70 people Managers must be selected and trained according to the State's regulations and the school's internal regulations. Managers must have clear moral qualities, dedication to their profession, and high professional qualifications. 2.1.4 Science and technology – Improve the university's capacity in accessing the science and technology market such as cooperating with research and production facilities inside and outside the industry. - Re-planning the teaching staff so that they have conditions to bring into full play their scientific research capabilities in their units; giving priority to fostering capable and enthusiastic young cadres in research and application of science and technology. - Develop research programs, apply science associated with the curriculum. Strive each year to have 4¸6 innovation initiatives recognized at provincial level, 10¸15 school-level initiatives. 2.1.5 International cooperation – Cooperate with the Russian Federation to train traditional professions that previously helped Vietnam to build and train at the former Viet-Soviet Occupational Industry Workers School. – Research and cooperate in training human resources for labor export in traditional markets and markets that need to recruit skilled workers. – Organizing study tours for officials and teachers in countries with advanced education and training backgrounds. – Enlist the help of foreign organizations through investment projects to improve the school's facilities and teaching equipment. 2.1.6 Facilities – Well implemented the project of improving vocational training capacity of the Ministry of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs 2008-2010, in which there are three key breakthrough occupations. – After being approved by the Ministry of the school master plan project for the period 2008¸2015, urgently prepare an investment report for phase 1: high-tech practice workshops, electronic libraries to put into construction. Phase 2 includes the remaining works of the school master plan project. 2.1.7 Finance – In 2008 and the following years, continue to implement the financial mechanism according to Decree 43/2006-ND-CP dated April 25, 2006 - 2008 to complete internal spending regulations, develop regulations on financial management mainly for training activities associated with internships combined with production. – Striving for revenue: 2008: 5 billion VND 2009: 6 billion VND 2010: 8 billion VND 2011: 10 billion VND 2.1.8 Students - Implement well the policies and regimes with students, ensuring the building in the school a fair, democratic and civilized society in learning. – Step by step solving accommodation and meals for students and students according to the model dormitory method, which is a center for students' self-study - Establishing a study, career, and job placement counseling center and other social problems. – Establishment of study promotion, talent promotion fund, encouraging excellent students, paying attention to students under policy. 2.1.9 Quality control – In 2009-2011, the faculties conducted internal accreditation on the basis of the accreditation process of the Ministry of Education and Training, the Ministry of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs, including collecting comments from learners. – Conduct training quality assessment through independent consulting (once every 2 years) including commenting on adjustments to training strategies. 2.2 Phase 2 (2012¸2015) 2.2.1 Objectives - Is a public vocational college training multi-disciplinary, multi-vocational, multi-level study. - Building and developing the brand building school. 2.2.2 Training – Completing old professions, developing and training selected professions as breakthrough occupations (3 occupations: Automotive technology; Industrial electricity; Business accounting) – Implement vocational training to vocational colleges. – Training bachelors and experts with professional qualifications, informatics, foreign languages with necessary skills to meet practical requirements. 2.2.3 Teams – Teaching staff: 325 people (of which 90¸100 have university degrees) Innovating methods and regulations on teacher recruitment, ensuring objectivity, fairness, competitiveness, quality assurance Priority is given to students with good and good diplomas, and those with university and post-graduate degrees. – Managers: 75 people Training to foster management capacity, creativity, professional capacity and strategic vision for management staff.       2.2.4 International cooperation – Link and cooperate with foreign universities, colleges and international organizations, create conditions for students to study abroad, study abroad, create conditions for teachers to learn from their teaching experience. foreign. – Send delegations of teachers to visit and learn experiences at foreign universities of technology in order to accumulate experience to establish a practical University of Technology in the period 2016¸2020. 2.2.5 Facilities – Prepare construction investment report for phase 2 of the school development planning project and basically carry out the construction of facilities by 2015 to serve the school upgrading project. – Take advantage of capital sources, regular funding sources, own capital, project capital, etc., invest in and build specialized classrooms, electronic libraries, and laboratories. – Basically complete the list of equipment, teaching aids, programs, curricula, teachers and facilities, ensuring standards for training breakthrough occupations at all levels of Vocational College, Vocational secondary school, creating a premise for upgrading university training at a later stage. 2.2.6 Finance – Fully exploit the revenue from training, internship combined with production labor, research and application of technical learning, take advantage of non-budget capital sources, foreign investment capital, etc… – Change new financial management mechanism in order to strengthen the autonomy and self-responsibility of the faculties; exploit the creative potential of individuals and groups in production, service activities and economic contracts inside and outside the university, ensuring financial revenue for the school according to internal regulations. 2.2.7 Students Create a mechanism for students to contribute to training, self-organization and management of professional clubs, foreign languages, physical training, sports, learning activities and advanced training. Highly proactive, confident in their own abilities. 2.2.8 Quality inspection – Testing according to market surveys by collecting opinions of employers about training professions, training quality through customer conferences, or conducting surveys at production facilities. export. – Inspecting, investigating and evaluating students' parents and students directly through polls. – Building a model of exploitation, quality management, and periodic inspection according to the criteria of the Ministry of Education and Training and the Ministry of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs. 2.3 Phase 3 (2016¸2020) 2.3.1 Objectives - Build a public university of technology for practice, multi-disciplinary and multi-vocational training. – Expected school name: UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY AND ECONOMICS. 2.3.2 Training Continue to build and promote the brand of the school, build 3 practical University of Technology: – Automotive technology – Industrial electricity – Business accounting Promote transfer training from vocational college to University of Technology turmeric. 2.3.3 Teams – Teaching staff: 400 (of which 150-170 teachers have university degrees; at least 10 have doctorates) · Build a team of strong professional teachers, qualified for knowledge levels according to regulations State regulations on universities. · Screening the existing teachers, arranging them according to their qualifications and capabilities to suit reality. · Having mechanisms and policies to attract good experts at home and abroad, using the teaching mechanism according to contracts with qualified retirees and for off-campus subjects. – Managers: 100 people Regularly appointing and dismissing professional managers when necessary to perfect the organizational structure, management and administration of the school in the direction of development. 2.3.5 Science – Technology – Select the strategic advanced scientific development model of the university to research, invest and develop the key industries of the industry and the locality related to the training mission of the university. – Re-planning the teaching staff so that they have conditions to promote their scientific research ability, arouse the passion for scientific research in the whole school; pay attention to fostering competent, creative and enthusiastic staff in scientific research. – Make good connections between departments in the university, participate in scientific conferences of the industry and the locality. – Extensive cooperation and close association with officials and teachers, creating favorable conditions for officials and teachers to access the reality of production, in order to link schools with businesses, between scientific researchers with production technology. 2.3.6 International cooperation – Continue to expand relations and cooperation with foreign universities, colleges and international organizations, exploit their experience and scientific and technical qualifications to supplement training capacity. , research for the school. 2.3.7 Facilities – Completing the school's master plan project approved by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development; put construction works and equipment and machinery invested in serving teaching and learning with high efficiency. – Continue to enlist the help of foreign organizations through investment projects, especially the resumption of cooperation relations and aid receipt with the Russian Federation. - Exploiting and effectively using human resources, physical and technical facilities, and funding sources in order to consolidate and strengthen physical and technical foundations to meet the requirements of standards and regulations. event to upgrade the school into a practical University of Technology in 2020. 2.3.8 Finance - Diversify financial sources for the school in order to develop the training career, ensure to improve the lives of staff and teachers, and to supplement material and technical facilities for the school. 2.3.9 Students – Promote the improvement of students' learning and research methods, encourage self-study, self-study, refer to documents at the library, the internet and online self-study. – Establishing a Student Union and Alumni Association to promote the university's brand, promote learning, research and participate in social activities, and combat negative manifestations. 2.3.10 Quality control – Strengthening the quality control of enrollment (input); – Regularly monitor and check the training process; – Ensure output quality as required by the inspection criteria; – Build ISO 9000 certificate on training 2018.           III. PERFORMANCE INDICATORS SYSTEM FOR MEASUREMENT AND ASSESSMENT OF STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION RESULTS 3.1 Developing the scale and structure of occupations and training qualifications and quality 3.1.1 Development of training scale Table 5.1. Annual training scale
TT Training level Scale
2011 2015 2020
1 University of Technology 300
2 Vocational colleges 2.000 3.000 3.500
3 professional range 1.500 1.500 2.000
4 Vocational 1.500 2.000 2.200
Total: 5.000 6.500 8.000
3.1.2 QUALIFICATIONS – TRXNH ®é Table 5.2. TYPES OF PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTS ANNUAL
TT Industry structure virginity 2011 2015 2020
1 Operating bulldozers Vocational training 210 250 250
2 Car technology (breakthrough profession) University 50
Women's College 150 230 300
TCCN 100 100 200
Vocational training 150 200 250
3 Industrial electricity (Breakthrough profession) University 100
Women's College 540 700 800
TCCN 300 300 400
Vocational training 500 600 650
4 Metal cutting Women's College 45 200 200
Vocational training 140 200 200
5 Weld Women's College 150 350 450
Vocational training 300 400 500
6 Electronic refrigeration Vocational College 100 150 200
7 Water supply and drainage Vocational training 105 150 150
Women's College 50 100 100
8 Construction of DD and CN Women's College 120 200 250
TCCN 240 240 250
Vocational training 70 150 150
9 Processing carpentry products Vocational training 45 50 50
10 Corporate accounting (breakthrough profession) University 150
Women's College 600 700 700
TCCN 650 650 700
11 Business Administration Women's College 50
12 Cooperative accountant Women's College 70 100
TCCN 50 100
13 Computer repair technician Women's College 90 100 150
TCCN 70 70 150
14 Computer network administration Women's College 100 100 100
TCCN 70 70 100
15 Database Administration Women's College 100 100 100
TCCN 70 70 100
Three occupations have been selected as breakthrough careers of the university at all levels and orientations for university-level training in 2020: 1. Automotive technology 2. Industrial electricity 3. Corporate accounting             3.2 Developing the teaching staff, industry structure and qualifications Table 5.3. Annual structure of the teaching staff
TT Industry structure Level Teachers
2011 2015 2020
1 Car technology Doctor 1
Masters 10 17 35
University 20 25 20
C. degree 10 8 5
2 Industrial Electricity Doctor 2
Masters 15 22 35
University 20 30 25
C. degree 5 3 2
3 Economy Doctor 1 1 4
Masters 10 20 30
University 15 20 15
C. degree
4 Metal cutting Masters 2 3 7
Studying 5 10 7
C.e.g 5 5 5
5 Weld Masters 1 3 9
Studying 10 15 15
C.e.g 10 10 5
6 Shoveling, ironing Masters 1 1 2
Studying 10 12 15
C.e.g 5 5 5
7 Electronic refrigeration Masters 2 3 6
Studying 5 6 7
8 Water supply and drainage Masters 2 3 8
Studying 10 12 13
C.e.g 6 5 4
9 Civil and industrial construction Doctor 1
Masters 6 10 15
Studying 15 20 20
C.e.g 12 10 10
10 Wood products processing Studying 1 2 4
C.e.g 5 4 4
11 Information technology Doctor 1
Masters 1 2 8
Studying 10 10 20
12 General subject teachers Doctor 1
Masters 2 3 9
Studying 18 25 25
Total: 250 325 400
– Teacher/student ratio: 1/20 – Managers/students: 1/50 IV. ORGANIZATION OF MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT OF IMPLEMENTATION AND RESULTS 4.1 Purpose To grasp the implementation of the strategy according to the plan to ensure accuracy, objectivity and publicity. 4.2 Contents: Organize supervision according to the content of the project. 4.3 Methods and forms of monitoring organization - Assign each member of the supervisory committee to supervise a number of jobs. – Reports of departments and members – Summarize and summarize lessons learned from 6 months, 1 year, each phase of the project.       4.4 Organization, responsibilities and powers of the monitoring and evaluation department 4.4.1 Organization The monitoring and evaluation department was established under the decision of the Rector to perform the function of monitoring and evaluating the implementation of the project, including the head of the committee, the deputy committee and members. 4.4.2 Responsibilities and powers Supervising the performance of departments in the implementation of the project, checking and urging the Rector to propose problems and problems. Annually summarizing lessons learned, monitoring and inspecting, and urging the implementation of the project's progress. 4.5 Program development, learning materials (quantity, type) Table 5.4. Annual program growth rate
STT Type 2011 2015 2020
70% 80% 100%
1 Lecture set:
Vocational training subjects Vocational training subjects reached 100% Vocational college subjects reached 60% Vocational training courses, vocational colleges reached 100% University training subjects, research and preparation Subjects, occupations and levels of training
4.6 Revenue and benefits distribution The distribution of resources complies with the Finance Law, the Accounting Law, the State's documents regulating the financial management regime and the school's internal spending regulations. V. THE FIRST 4 YEARS TRANSFORMATION PLAN (2008¸2011) 5.1 School development goals and tasks until 2011 5.1.1 Objectives – Viet Xo Vocational College of Mechanical and Electrical Construction is a public school, training multi-disciplinary, multi-vocational, multi-level, inter-connected training, associated with universities, domestic and foreign training institutions. . – Training at vocational secondary schools and colleges with high skill level, having the ability to think creatively, independently, autonomously in work, capable of self-study to improve qualifications. 5.1.2 Specific Objectives a. Training and team – Training: skilled, creative, dare to compete and be competitive, regularly update knowledge through short-term classes and advanced training. – Team: build a team of teaching staff, good management staff, professional expertise, wholeheartedly, wholeheartedly with work, conscious of striving in study and work, with enthusiasm and stick with the school building and development career. b. Scientific research: In the period 2008-2011: promote the development of science and technology in key fields such as: CNC, automobile, electronics, automation, information, construction and agricultural development programs village. c. International cooperation Access to advanced educational standards in the world, especially in the field of professional education and vocational training, in line with Vietnam's development requirements; participate in human resource training for the region and the world; create conditions for learners to have the opportunity to export labor with high skills. d. Infrastructure Building facilities to meet Vietnamese standards, ensuring training requirements through each stage e. Finance – Ensure sufficient financial support for the school's activities during the implementation of the strategy. - Innovating management methods to enhance development, attraction and efficient use of financial resources. f. Organization - To fully develop the functions, tasks and working positions of each rank of civil servant on the basis of the Ordinance on cadres and civil servants. – Building a compact and scientific payroll to complete the assigned work during the renovation process g. Policy mechanisms – Having the right mechanisms and policies suitable for each period to promote creativity and complete the tasks in the strategic project of the school. 5.2 Implementation plan 5.2.1 Training Enrollment scale of all levels in the period 2008 ¸ 2011 (Table 5-6) Table 5.6 Enrollment scale table (students/year)
STT Level Enrollment size
2008 2009 2010 2011
1 Vocational colleges 1.000 1.000 1.200 1.500
2 professional range 500 600 700 700
3 Vocational 1.000 900 800 800
Total: 2.500 2.500 2.700 3.000
Specific targets a. 2008 – Implement training in 11 traditional professions at 3 levels of vocational training, vocational training, vocational training; – Implement vocational training and vocational training according to the framework program and detailed program of the Ministry of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs; – Build facilities and submit to the Ministry for approval to open 2 new vocational colleges: Metal cutting and Water supply and drainage; Strengthening facilities and equipment to serve the training of occupations: Automotive Technology, Welding, Metal Cutting, Electrical, Construction. b. 2009 – Continue to strengthen facilities for training; - Deploy modular training; – Implement new vocational training and vocational training: Metal cutting; – Recruiting for a new job: College of Metal Cutting. c. 2010 – Continue to strengthen facilities for training; – Continue to implement training modules; – Deploy new vocational training colleges: Water supply and drainage; - Recruiting for new jobs in water supply and drainage colleges. 5.2.2 Science and technology a. 2008 – Faculties and departments identify key areas that need to be prioritized for research in the period 2008¸2020; – There are 10 university-level research projects, 5 of which are recognized as provincial-level initiatives. b. 2009 – Implement research in key areas of science and technology, in which priority is given to mechanical engineering such as CNC, high-tech welding, welding welding, etc. – There are 12 university-level research projects, of which 5 recognized as a provincial initiative. c. 2010 – Promote research in all fields that the school offers: Basic Science and Engineering, Information Technology, Manufacturing Mechanics, Dynamic Mechanics, Automation Electro-Electrical, Process Engineering management, electronic assembly… – There are 12 research projects at the university level, 2 research projects at the provincial level (funded by the Provincial People's Committee); There are 6 projects recognized as provincial initiatives. d. 2011 - Strengthen research and application of science and technology, with priority given to automotive technology, information technology, economics and construction. – There are 15 university-level research projects, 3 provincial-level research projects, and 6 recognized provincial-level initiatives. 5.2.3. International cooperation a. 2008 – Training highly skilled human resources for labor export in traditional markets. – Organize delegations of officials and teachers to visit and gain experience in training and market research in Laos, Thailand and China. b. 2009 – Learn and associate training in traditional occupations with the Russian Federation; – Continue to train human resources for labor export in markets with high skill requirements. c. 2010 - Strengthening linkages in training of traditional occupations with foreign countries. - Create conditions for staff and teachers to train professionally in other countries on teaching and research majors. d. 2011 Access to training standards of countries in the region, facilitating the expansion of labor export markets. Apply modern teaching technology of countries in the region, strengthen training links and supply highly skilled human resources for the labor market in the region and in the world.         5.2.4. Team (Table 5-7) Table 5.7 Distribution of numbers, recruitment methods, qualifications of lecturers and management team by year
Year Lecturers Managers Service
Total Form Level Quantity Annual enrollment rate Quantity
Organic (%) Contract(%) Doctor Masters
2008 169 100% 0 % 0 34 32 12% 77
2009 190 100% 0 % 0 40 40 15% 49
2010 220 100% 0 % 0 45 60 15% 34
2011 250 100% 0 % 1 52 70 16% 30
5.2.5 Organization – Establish a steering committee to implement the school development strategy and sub-committees to organize the implementation of each task. – Complete the leadership apparatus of the faculties: Economics, Construction, Industrial and Civil Electrical. 5.2.6 Facilities a. 2008 1. Complete the approval of the master plan for construction investment of Viet Xo Vocational College of Engineering and Construction, according to Decision No. 644/QD-BNN-KH dated March 13, 2007 of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development. . 2. Record the 2009 investment capital for the construction of factory facilities in phase I. 3. Complete the 2008 target program (Project on strengthening vocational training capacity - under the national target program on education. education and training period 2006-2010) according to the guidance on the use of funds for the 2008 target program of education and training. In Decision No. 1649/QD-BNN-TCCB dated June 2, 2008 of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development. Rural Development – amount is 5,182,419 VND) 4. Approval of the project “Support for investment in upgrading equipment for teaching and learning of vocational groups Metal technology, Electrical and electronic technology” as agreed between the Government and the Government. Government of Vietnam and the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany. b. 2009 1. Continuing to implement phase I, planning the total investment site for construction of Viet Xo Vocational College of Engineering and Construction, including the following tasks + Preparation, appraisal and implementation of construction investment projects construction of works: working houses, classrooms, libraries, reading rooms, halls, high-tech houses. 2. Record investment capital in 2010 on building facilities and factories in phase I. 3. Continue the 2009 target program, about 10 billion VND (Project on strengthening vocational training capacity - under the target program. national standards on education and training for the period 2006¸2010). 4. Project implementation: Support to invest in upgrading teaching equipment for vocational groups in Metal Technology, Electrical and Electronic Technology” according to the agreement between the Government of Vietnam and the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany. c. 2010 1. Continuing to implement phase I, the master plan for construction investment of Viet Xo Vocational College of Engineering and Construction includes the following tasks: paragraph II. + Completing the construction of working houses, classrooms, libraries, reading rooms, halls, high-tech houses... and phase II works. 2. Continuing the 2010 target program, about 10 billion VND (project to strengthen vocational training capacity - under the national target program on education and training period 2006¸2010). 3. Continuing to implement the project "Supporting investment in upgrading teaching equipment for vocational groups in Metal Technology, Electrical and Electronic Technology" under the agreement between the Government of Vietnam and the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany . d. 2011 1. Continuing to implement the phase, planning the total investment ground for construction of Viet Xo Vocational College of Engineering and Construction, including the following tasks: + Making and appraising investment dossiers for Phase II works; + Completing the construction of working houses, classrooms, libraries, reading rooms, halls, high-tech houses.... and phase II works. 2. Continuing to implement the project "Supporting investment in upgrading teaching equipment for vocational groups in Metal Technology, Electrical and Electronic Technology" under the agreement between the Government of Vietnam and the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany . 5.2.7 Financial work – 2008 and subsequent years: Continue to implement the financial mechanism according to Decree 43-3006/ND-CP dated April 25, 2006, stipulating the right to autonomy and self-responsibility for the performance of organizational tasks. organizational structure, payroll and finance for public non-business units. until there are new regulations for the administrative management mechanism. – Complete internal financial spending regulations: Develop financial management regulations for training activities associated with production internships. From 2008 to 2011 to strengthen autonomy, increase responsibility for faculties and groups in training activities in the direction of diversification. – Striving for total revenue from training and service activities in 2008¸2011. + In 2008: 5 billion + In 2009: 6 billion + In 2010: 8 billion + In 2011: 10 billion In which: – Developing regulations on management of tuition fees for formal training and in-service, short-term from 2008 to 2011. + In 2008: 3 billion + In 2009: 3.5 billion + In 2010: 5 billion + In 2011: 7 billion - Developing financial management regulations for service activities, promoting service activities revenue to increase revenue for the school and its staff and teachers from 2008 to 2011. + 2008: 2 billion + 2009: 2.5 billion + 2010: 3 billion + 2011: 3 billion. - Develop teaching norms for teachers, scientific research, curriculum compilation, and regimes for part-time teachers, in order to promote talents, attract talents, and increase work efficiency. jobs and increase income for teachers. 5.2.8 Student and student work a. 2008 - Develop student-student working process. - Develop an operation plan of self-managed dormitory and cultural dormitory. - Develop a plan for professional training, for staff in charge of student management and education. – Building forms (monitoring and managing students), training scorecards, monthly emulation evaluation sheets, monthly reporting mode; - Plan to work together to build schools. b. 2009 - Making a project to build a learning resource center serving students - students; - The student-student management plan by electronic card completes the forms to serve the management and education of students-students to ensure science, education, and timeliness; - Establishment of alumni - students association; – Construction of landscape and environmental sanitation. c. 2010 – Continue to build a learning resource center to serve students in order to improve the quality of training. – Establishing professional career clubs according to each faculty; - Organizing seminars on gender issues; – Organize propaganda and education, evaluate and summarize the implementation of the traffic safety law in 2 years, find solutions to limit accidents and risks. d. 2011 – Plan to improve student-student service in the boarding area, from a student-centered point of view; - Organizing thematic reports on evaluating the activities of career clubs, exchanging with enterprises and enterprises; – Organize alumni association activities, meet students who have grown up in various fields. – Organize evaluation and summary of the work of homeroom teachers, commend typical examples, thematic reports on solutions to improve the quality of student and student management. - Evaluate and learn from experience in managing students and students according to electronic cards, with solutions to improve the process and apply it universally. 5.2.9 About salary - Develop regulations to encourage creative labor in order to promote the enthusiastic and self-disciplined working spirit of officials, teachers and employees. – Officially promulgate regulations on effective use of funds and generate more income for the school to ensure that the teaching staff focus on teaching and scientific research activities. - Guaranteed salary increase, average monthly 0.5 times main salary.       5.2.10 Mechanisms and policies a. 2008 Harmoniously combine prescribed norms for vocational training and professional secondary schools for effective implementation by teachers. – Supplement and adjust the functions, tasks, responsibilities and authorities of the training management and service system. - Develop the functions, powers and responsibilities of the departments and faculties in the school. - Develop norms of materials for study, practice for lecture hours, norm of stationery for departments, faculties and departmental groups. 5.2.11 Quality control a. 2008 – The Training Department and the faculties check the teaching records and teaching hours of the teachers; - Inspecting industrial hygiene, hygiene and occupational safety of the internment workshops. b. 2009 – Strengthening the quality control of enrollment (input); - Regularly monitor and check the training process. - Ensure output quality according to inspection criteria. – Continue to check the teaching records, teaching hours of the teachers. c. 2010 – Self-assessment of training quality, including adjustment of training strategies – Collecting opinions of students and students – Assessing the quality of graduates through surveys of facilities with students of the school Work – Register for accreditation of the school's training quality with the Ministry of Education and Training, the Ministry of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs. d. 2011 – Accredited by the Ministry of Education and Training, the Ministry of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs. – Registration of ISO 9000 quality standards for training 5.2.12 Information technology a. 2008 – Consolidate and upgrade specialized computer science classrooms to standard (25 extension + 1 server/room), connect LAN in the room and connect to the Internet via the server. - Developing information technology in teaching, exploiting the Internet for learning and scientific research. b. 2009 – Open training and refresher courses for staff and teachers on the use of information technology in management, learning, scientific research and teaching, investment in management and teaching software… – Build more specialized classrooms with information technology application in teaching and learning. c. 2010 Building an internal LAN by optical fiber transmission with a speed of 5GB (firstly within the facility I) to serve the management, administration, teaching and scientific research. d. 2011 – Developing LAN to campus II and campus III; - Teaching, learning and managing online.                 CONCLUDE The development strategy of Viet Xo Vocational College of Engineering and Construction from 2008 to 2020 is to build a university of practical technology, a prestigious and high-quality vocational training center with a brand name. , meeting the human resource needs for the country in the renovation period. For the long-term development, for the future of the country, the school hopes to receive the support of the governing ministry, the relevant ministries and branches, the schools, the appropriate investment of the State, the support. of domestic and foreign enterprises.

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