MANAGING AND DEVELOPING VOCATIONAL TRAINING MODELS FOR LOCAL ETHNIC MINORITY WOMEN IN THE DISTRICT VOCATIONAL EDUCATION - CONTINUING EDUCATION CENTERS IN THE CENTRAL HIGHLANDS - THE CURRENT SITUATION AND THE PROBLEMS RAISED

Lê Thị Ly Na

Abstract


Vocational training for ethnic minorities in general in general and ethnic minority women in particular in the 5 provinces of the Central Highlands is one of the issues that are always top priority in policies on socio-economic development of the provinces in the Central Highlands. It is very important and necessary to research and properly assess the status of vocational training for ethnic minority women in the district-level vocational education and continuing education centers in the five Central Highlands provinces. The author of the article has conducted a survey on the current situation of developing vocational training models for ethnic minority women in the Central Highlands in the 2016-2020 period, analyzing the strengths, weaknesses, reasons and the problems posed to effectively manage and develop the vocational training model for ethnic minority women in the Central Highlands in the coming time.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.25073/0866-773X/467

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