On 6th December 2018, the Centre for Education Accreditation, Vietnam National University, Ha Noi (VNU-CEA) organized the opening ceremony of the first Training Workshop 1: “Improve higher education governance capability to meet the requirements of standards for assessing the education quality of the Ministry of Education and Training”. It’s the first workshop in the series of training workshop on education assurance and accreditation in the coming time.
The delegations joined the event: Dr. Le My Phong from the General Department of Quality Management - Vietnam Ministry of Education and Training; Prof.Dr. Nguyen Huu Duc - Vice President of VNU; Dr. Ta Thi Thu Hien – Vice Director of the VNU-CEA; Prof.Dr. Nguyen Quy Thanh – Counselor of VNU-CEA; members of Accrediting Council; and 164 delegates including leaders, administrators, education experts, staffs and faculty from 65 universities.
Prof.Dr. Nguyen Huu Duc - Vice President of VNU spoke at the Ceremony
Dr. Le My Phong spoke at the Ceremony
Dr. Ta Thi Thu Hien, Vice-Director of VNU-CEA spoke at the Opening Ceremony
After the opening session, the speakers presented the overall quality management of the educational institutions, the requirements for self-assessment and external assessment procedures, approaches to Evaluation of the higher education institution standards set out in Circular no.12/2017 and the set of training program standards issued in accordance with Circular no.04/2016 of the MOET. In the afternoon, issues related to rating, benchmarking, using of ranking indicators, benchmarking to develop target indicators in educational institutions development strategy and characteristics and criteria for the universities 4.0 was also presented by the speakers and received the enthusiastic attention and discussion of the delegates.
In the next 2 days, 7-8 December 2018, the training workshop will continue with the topics of strategic management, risk management in educational institutions, building internal quality assurance systems and and internal quality assurance systems, building output standards and curriculum, administration and training innovation, planning for improvements in the quality of institutions and education programs.