JICA helps HCM City train human resources for industries

HCM
City (VNA)
– The Japan International
Cooperation Agency (JICA) has funded a human resource training programme
in Ho Chi Minh City, aiming to help the southern largest economic hub improve
the quality of industrial production.

The programme, jointly implemented by the Asia Technical Cooperation Network (ATCN),
the Ho Chi Minh City Export
Processing and Industrial Zones Authority (HEPZA) and Tri Dung Business
School, officially started on July 11.

The
four-year programme will include five courses in Vietnam and one practical
training course in Japan for nearly 400 trainees, who are technical workers,
engineers, enterprise managers operating in key industries, and lecturers of
vocational schools in the city.

According
to Pham Huy Thong,  deputy head of HEPZA,
trainees will be provided with knowledge of applied techniques, problem-solving
skills, Japan’s Kaizen thinking (continual
improvement), which are hoped to better production quality and investment
effectiveness in businesses, especially in small- and medium-sized enterprises.

They will also have access to production lines and learn about management
experience in Vietnamese enterprises and Japanese firms operating in Vietnam.

Japanese Consul General in HCM City Kawaue Junichi said the programme is of
significance in cooperative relations between Vietnam and Japan. The Japanese
Consulate General is always willing to support human resource development in HCM
City in particular and Vietnam in general, he stressed. 

Early
this year, the first course of this kind was organised for 68 trainees from 36
units operating in rubber, plastic, food processing, and mechanic industries.-VNA



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