The signing ceremony of cooperation between ICDL Vietnam and Hanoi College for Electro – Mechanics (HCEM) was held at the HCEM hall on 18 October 2018.
Through this partnership, HCEM plans to deploy ICDL training for close to 50 faculty members and 1500 students for a start; aiming to standardise digital skills for 100% of students in the future. "
At the ceremony, Mr. Dong Van Ngoc, Principal of HCEM enthusiastically expressed:
“HCEM is one of 45 high quality colleges according to Decision No.76/2007 of Ministry of Education and Training. In view of the current economic integration trend around the world, ICT training and standardisation for the Vietnam workforce has become extremely essential. As such, we are preparing our HCEM staffs and students through ICDL’s globally recognised digital skills certification that addresses the needs and values of our college in improving our teaching and learning quality standards.
Mr. Dong Van Ngoc - Principal of HCEM presented in the ceremony
During the signing ceremony, representatives of HCEM and ICDL Vietnam openly discussed and signed the cooperation agreement to set up an ICDL ATC at HCEM to support, share, promote the long-term partnership and raise values of both sides.
Ms. Dao Mai Anh (Chairman of ICDL Vietnam) and Mr. Pham Hoang Cuong (Director of ICDL Vietnam) was accompanied by representative from HCEM that includes Mr. Dong Van Ngoc (HCEM Principal), Mr. Luong Van Hieu (Head of Information and Technology Department), Mr. Pham Cuong (Head of Education and Training Department) as well as Ms. Lam Thi Huong (Head of Administration).
Mr. Pham Hoang Cuong – Director of ICDL Vietnam and Mr. Dong Van Ngoc - Principal of HCEM signed the cooperation agreement to set up an ICDL ATC at HCEM
Ms. Dao Mai Anh - Chairman of ICDL Vietnam awarded ATC-accredited certification to Mr. Dong Van Ngoc - Principal of HCEM
Graduates from HCEM work in various areas such as economics, administrations, technology of large enterprises in Vietnam and abroad, and are often highly valued for their expertise and skills. Currently, HCEM annually recruits and trains more than 3,500 students, including nearly 1,200 college level students, 300 intermediate level students, and 2,000 from other levels.
HCEM is committed to work with ICDL Vietnam to deliver and implement digital skills in accordance to the ICDL international standards within the college, its associated institutions, together with other agencies, organisations and individuals who require these skills in the society.
Visit HCEM Website: http://www.codienhanoi.edu.vn