MANAGING AND DEVELOPING VOCATIONAL TRAINING AND SUSTAINABLE MULTI-DIMENSIONAL POVERTY ALLEVIATION MODELS IN DISTRICT-LEVEL VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND CONTINUING EDUCATION CENTERS FOR LOCAL ETHNIC MINORITY WOMEN IN THE CENTRAL HIGHLANDS IN THE CONTEXT OF THE INDUSTRY REVOLUTION 4.0 TODAY - SITUATION AND SOLUTIONS

Lê Thị Ly Na

Abstract


After many years of implementing the Decision No.1956/2009/QD-TTg dated November 27, 2009 of the Prime Minister, the provinces and cities in the Central Highlands have provided vocational training for many rural workers and many have jobs. In addition to these achievement, on-site vocational training for ethnic minority women still has certain limitations. Vocational training and job creation for local ethnic minority women living in extremely difficult communes in the Central Highlands still face many difficulties. The model of sustainable multi-dimensional vocational training and poverty reduction in the district vocational education and continuing education centers for local ethnic minority women in the Central Highlands in the context of the Industrial Revolution 4.0 is very important and necessary in the current period for the author to propose a management solution system to develop the model of vocational training and sustainable multidimensional poverty reduction in the context of the Industrial Revolution 4.0. events of each locality in the Central Highlands region.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.25073/0866-773X/533

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