On August 25, 2011 in Phan Thiet city, Binh Thuan province, the Vietnam E-commerce Association (VECOM) and Phan Thiet University signed an E-commerce training cooperation agreement.
This is an important event, marking a new direction in e-commerce formal training, so it has been interested by leaders of both sides. Attending the event, on VECOM's side, there were Mr. Nguyen Thanh Hung - Vice President cum General Secretary, Mr. Nguyen Anh Nhuong Tong - Vice President, Mr. Nguyen Ngoc Dung - Deputy General Secretary cum Head of VECOM Representative Office in Ho Chi Minh City . Ho Chi Minh. On the side of Phan Thiet University, there is a full leadership team, including Mr. Bui Van Giao - Investor, Mr. Nguyen Van Lich - Rector and the entire Board of Directors and the School's Board of Directors. Witnessing the signing ceremony were Mr. Nguyen The Quang - Deputy Director of the Department of E-commerce and Information Technology under the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
The main goal of the two parties' collaboration is to encourage structured e-commerce training at the bachelor and college levels, resulting in the formation of trained e-commerce human resources in Binh Thuan province and its environs. This human resource would assist local companies in implementing e-commerce, resulting in tangible benefits for businesses and helping to improve enterprise competitiveness in the context of international economic integration.
VECOM will assist Phan Thiet University in training bachelor's and college-level e-commerce students under the terms of the agreement. Training services, introductions of lecturers, and, most importantly, mobilization of member companies to assist students with internships are all part of this support.
The two sides are working together to help vocational schools and training institutions in Binh Thuan province boost the standard of e-commerce training by linking it to social needs and local economic development strategies.
In addition, VECOM and Phan Thiet University have agreed to work closely with a number of specialized e-commerce training institutions across the country to improve undergraduate e-commerce curriculum. The course's material covers both fundamental theory and the current state of e-commerce growth in Vietnam. This course will provide students with the opportunity to gain specialized knowledge about e-commerce around the world, which they will immediately apply to their jobs.
The Ministry of Education and Training will be in charge of formulating and promulgating a framework program for e-commerce training in universities, colleges, and professional secondary schools, as well as coordinating with other ministries and branches. It will also adopt policies to encourage formal e-commerce training at universities and colleges, linking training activities with product development.
Decision No. 1073/QD-TTg dated 12/7/2010 of the Prime Minister approving the Master Plan for e-commerce development for the period 2011 - 2015.
Agreement on cooperation in e-commerce training with Phan Thiet University
Download the collaboration memorandum: Here