MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS TO DEVELOP VOCATIONAL TRAINING MODELS AND SUSTAINABLE POVERTY REDUCTION IN THE CENTER FOR VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND CONTINUING EDUCATION AT DISTRICT LEVEL FOR LOCAL ETHNIC MINORITY WOMEN IN THE EXTREMELY DIFFICULT COMMUNES OF THE CENTRAL HIGHLANDS AT PRESENT

Lê Thị Ly Na

Abstract


Local ethnic minority women in the extremely difficult communes of the Central Highlands have received suitable vocational training, most of them have found jobs and have income. But in reality, there are still many local ethnic minority women in the extreme difficult communes of the Central Highlands still face many difficulties in accessing careers, in choosing training jobs and benefiting from appropriate vocational training model... On the basis of research and analysis of the results of vocational training implementation; Practical implementation of models of vocational training and job change for local ethnic minority women in the extremely difficult communes, the author of the article has proposed views and orientations on building training models; Proposing 07 solutions to manage and develop vocational training models and sustainable poverty reduction in the Center for Vocational Education and Continuing Education at district level for local ethnic minority women in special difficult communes in the Central Highlands today. Through the testing process, 07 management solutions have been evaluated as urgent and highly feasible.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.25073/0866-773X/503

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