Planning for Capacity Building on Career Support of Vietnamese Technical Colleges: A Perspective of South Korea’s Official Development Assistance


The purpose of this project is to provide a model for establishing a career support system for higher education institutions in Vietnam by applying and spreading the social partnership model of Vietnamese industry, government, and school. Since capacity building projects may not achieve their goals even if they complete all their individual activities, it is necessary to design and carry out projects based on the Capacity Development Results Framework (CDRF). The first stage of this project is the demand and capacity assessment which aims to carry out steps 1-3 of CDRF. After the demand and capacity assessment, the first year of the education cooperation project will be carried out in CDRF 4-7, and in the second year of the educational cooperation project, the CDRF steps 8-9 will be carried out. After the completion of the project, the researchers separately will carry out follow-up management by adding additional manpower for monitoring and evaluation. If this project can be approved by the South Korean government, an in-depth study regarding the effectiveness of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) projects in Vietnam will be conducted. The presentation includes not only analysis of current situation in Vietnam, but also specific plans for the project.

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HyunKyung Lee, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, South Korea

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Conference: SEACE2020
Stream: Education

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