Thu Duc Technology College and Tan Cang-STC signed Contracts on Logistics Training Courses
On October 25th, 2018, Thu Duc Technology College (TDC) and Tan Cang – STC Human Resource Development Co. Ltd. had signed the Logistics Training Contract. Participated in the workshop included Board of Management of TDC and Tan Cang-STC, representative of STC Group and its Representative Office in Vietnam, and other partners from the Netherlands as well as many students in Logistics field.
In the workshop, Ms. Nguyen Thi Ly – TDC’s Rector said the College is delivering training courses in Logistics (college level) from the academic year 2018/2019, therefore the cooperation and sharing experiences as well as having a chance to study in the modern and unique system from Tan Cang – STC are needed and extremely valuable to students.
Ms. Nguyen Thi Thu Trang, Chairman of the Board of Management of Tan Cang – STC said she is very impressive by the school’s facilities, the teaching orientation that attaching the studying in class and practising the actual operation of the machine in the Company for students are in line with the employer’s high quality human resources requirements. Typically, the “dual training” model in which practising up to 70% of the program in the enterprise will help graduates adapt quickly to work, and the employers will only need to train about 2 more weeks instead of 6 to 8 months as before. Ms. Trang also emphasized that not only having good knowledge in field, other soft skills such as the English language ability, attitude and behavior of each person are necessary and will be requested when they want to work in big firm such as Tan Cang Company in particular – one of busiest port operators in the world, occupying more than 90% market share in Ho Chi Minh City and 50% market share in the country.
According to Mr. Frits Gronsveld – President of STC Group (the Netherlands), logistic is a sector with great demand for skilled labor, foreign languages and personnel. Having good logistics operation means helping to solve other problems such as transportation, trucker, forwarder, warehousing, etc. The STC Group is very willing to share the materials, advanced teaching technology to the lecturers and participate in training students.
Within the framework of the working program, the two sides signed a cooperation agreement on logistics training and 25 students will be selected for the first course studying at Cat Lai port on Tan Cang-STC’s modern Transport Chain Simulation (TCS) for studying supply chain and logistics on import and export procedures.