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The visit and work at the Vocational Educational Bureau of New South Walse (Sydney, Australia)

On Sep 19, during the trip to Australia and New Zealand, SPC Management Board had visited and worked at the Vocational Educational Bureau of New South Walse (TAFE NSW).  Welcoming the SPC Delegates were Mrs Alison Taylor (TAFE NSW Director), Mrs Helen Kebby (Project Director), Mrs Sharne Howarth (Expert of Nursing Training of Northern Sydney Institute), Mr Brain Bailey (Head of International Relation).

Leaders of the Vocational Educational Bureau of New South Walse welcoming SPC Management Board

 

Australia is now considered as one of the world leading countries whose educations are well developed. Therefore, studying here in this advanced educational environment will open up many opportunities to develop personal skills and to be able to join labor forces of global developed countries. During the trip, besides exchanging information and sharing about the present situations as well as concerns of TAFE NSW and SPC about the needs for high quality labor forces, the 2 partners had focused on discussing about training associations for Nursing students and some other majors.

Images of the Meeting at NSW 

Mrs Alison Taylor said she hoped to have more opportunities to support SPC students in their coming to study in Australia. On behalf of SPC, Mr Chau Van Duong – SPC Principal expressed his sincere thanks to Leaders of the Vocational Educational Bureau NSW for their time and warm welcome. He said he wished to have closer and stronger association between the 2 schools to provide better and higher quality laboring force for international working markets. 

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SPC has a networking with over 100 partners who are schools, organizations and enterprises all over the world.

SPC has developed a lot of programs to exchange foreign practising students, subjects and teaching programs in English. Efforts to associate with international organizations of SPC are shared by a lot of departments and faculties such as  International and Enterprise Associating Rooms, Training and Students’work Room, School Union…

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