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Dual occupational training is launched in Vietnam
Since founding its first apprenticeship program, Bosch has trained approximately 100,000 young people worldwide and massively expanded the range of occupational training and study courses it offers. The demands placed on apprentices are also increasing, as specialist know-how has to be backed up with language and intercultural skills. These demands could hardly be met without the dual training system.
Since October 2013, young people in Vietnam have the opportunity to undertake theoretical and practical vocational training in parallel. They spend the practical part of their occupational training in the Bosch plant near Ho Chi Minh City, where the company manufactures pushbelts (a crucial component for continuously variable transmissions). A center of pushbelt competence will provide the theoretical part of their training. The Bosch instructor Tran Ngoc Huu Dat explains what technical vocational training means for young people in Vietnam.