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Training at least 1,000 experts to be the core force leading the country’s digital transformation


The National Project on Raising awareness, universalizing skills and developing human resources for digital transformation sets a target by 2025 to train at least 1,000 digital transformation experts in industries, fields and localities.

Human resource development is the key to effective and sustainable digital transformation

Today, January 28, Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam signed Decision 146 approving the project “Raising awareness, popularizing skills and developing human resources for national digital transformation to 2025, orientations until 2030”.

The project aims to create a drastic change in the awareness and actions of leaders and officials of agencies, organizations and businesses to promote digital transformation.

The project clearly states that raising awareness is a prerequisite for digital transformation because awareness plays a decisive role in digital transformation. Universalization of digital skills is the key for people to have access to digital knowledge and skills to participate in the digital transformation process, opening up opportunities to access digital services equally, helping to build a inclusive and comprehensive digital society.

Human resource development is the key to effective and sustainable digital transformation, helping to successfully realize the goals of the National Digital Transformation Program to 2025 with a vision to 2030.

The project aims to create a drastic change in the awareness and actions of leaders and officials of agencies, organizations and businesses to promote digital transformation. Universalizing digital skills for those participating in the national digital transformation process. At the same time, improve the quality and effectiveness of training and develop digital transformation human resources in each industry, each field, and each locality.

Completing the “Digital higher education” model by 2025

A specific goal of the Project is that by 2025, leaders of all levels and sectors in agencies, organizations and enterprises are deeply aware of digital transformation to direct the implementation of digital transformation at agencies and organizations. , the unit itself. All people are provided with information and raised awareness of the Party’s guidelines and policies, the State’s policies and laws on digital transformation on the media and social networks.

Along with that, 100% of leaders, cadres, civil servants, public employees and employees in state agencies, corporations and state corporations annually participate in training, fostering and training. , update knowledge about digital transformation, digital skills, digital technology. All staff in charge of digital transformation and IT are annually trained, retrained and trained in digital technology and are assessed online training results through the National Digital Skills Assessment and Test System. .

Percentage of people of working age who know and have skills to use online public services and other essential digital services in the fields of health, education, transport, tourism, and banking 70% by 2025 and 90% by 2030.

Also by 2025, 100% of ministries, branches and localities will build a digital transformation network up to the grassroots level with a team of members who are regularly trained, fostered and updated with knowledge and skills as the core. core for the digital transformation process in all sectors and levels. Training at least 1,000 digital transformation experts in industries, fields and localities to become the core force leading, organizing and spreading the national digital transformation process.

Training at least 1,000 experts to be the core force leading the country's digital transformation
The project aims to complete the “Digital higher education” model by 2025 and pilot the model’s deployment at a number of higher education institutions (Artwork).

Completing the “Digital higher education” model and piloting its implementation at a number of higher education institutions in the period up to 2025. This model will be expanded and deployed to at least 50% of schools public universities nationwide in the period up to 2030.

The project also sets a target by 2025 to train 5,000 engineers and bachelors with high-quality practice in digital technology at universities and colleges with strengths in training in digital transformation. This target by 2030 is 20,000 engineers and bachelors.

The percentage of educational institutions at all levels from primary to high school that organize STEM/STEAM and digital skills education activities is 50% by 2025 and 80% by 2030.

In order to realize the above goals, the Prime Minister’s Project also clearly states 3 groups of tasks and 3 groups of solutions, including: Group of tasks to raise awareness about digital transformation; Group of tasks on universalizing digital transformation skills; Group of tasks to develop human resources for digital transformation; Group of solutions on mechanisms and policies; Group of solutions to support deployment; Group of solutions on financial mechanism.

The Ministry of Information and Communications was assigned to assume the prime responsibility for implementing the Project. The Prime Minister also assigned specific agencies and units to lead, coordinate and complete the time limit for 41 tasks and solutions to implement the Scheme.

Van Anh

Sharing and spreading Vietnam's digital transformation stories

Sharing and spreading Vietnam’s digital transformation stories

Portal T63 – Digital stories of 63 provinces and cities has just been launched by the Ministry of Information and Communications at the address T63.mic.gov.vn. This is a place for localities to share lessons learned and spread good practices in the digital transformation process.

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