Free e-learn­ing course launched

Viet Nam News - - BUSINESS -

HAØ NOÄI — The Cen­tre for Sup­port of Small and Medium-sized En­ter­prises in the North (TAC-Haø Noäi) in part­ner­ship with MVV En­tre­pre­neur Academy Cor­po­ra­tion launched SME Elearn­ing yes­ter­day in Haø Noäi, a free on­line course for SMEs.

SME E-learn­ing fea­tures var­i­ous on­line lessons cov­er­ing key cor­po­rate is­sues, in­clud­ing sales and mar­ket­ing, fi­nance, ac­count­ing, hu­man re­source man­age­ment, pro­duc­tion man­age­ment, strate­gic think­ing and lead­er­ship skills, said di­rec­tor of TACHaø Noäi, Leâ Vaên Khöông.

The move is part of the cen­tre’s ef­forts to as­sist with the en­force­ment of the Law on Sup­port for SMEs, which took ef­fect from Jan­uary 1, 2018, he noted, adding that it aimed to pro­vide fun­da­men­tal knowl­edge and man­age­ment skills for busi­ness man­agers and startup own­ers.

The course was built on the MVV Ever­learn e-learn­ing plat­form us­ing cloud com­put­ing tech­nol­ogy to of­fer in­te­grated ad­vanced learn­ing tools.

With this sys­tem, learn­ers can study any­where at any time on their smart­phones. They will also ben­e­fit from a wide range of on­line learn­ing ma­te­ri­als, in­clud­ing nu­mer­ous case study videos, and at the same time, they can con­tact and in­ter­act with each oth­ers on the sys­tem.

Khöông said he hoped that SME E-learn­ing would en­cour­age more Viet­namese SMEs to pay heed to hu­man re­sources.

This year, the course has pro­vided 15 on­line lessons de­vel­oped by the MVV En­tre­pre­neur Academy Cor­po­ra­tion.

Ac­cord­ing to the Min­istry of Plan­ning and In­vest­ment, about 98 per cent of the over 700,000 busi­nesses in Vieät Nam were SMEs and the pri­vate eco­nomic sec­tor – of which SMEs made up the ma­jor­ity – con­trib­uted about 48 per cent to the coun­try’s GDP and cre­ated over 50 per cent of to­tal jobs. — VNS

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