The Ministry of Education and Training's Training Support and Human Resource Development Centre (MOET-TSC) signed a cooperation agreement with YOOT Technology and Training Joint Stock Company on April 22, 2022, to apply artificial intelligence in vocational education for high school students, to train career skills and to introduce jobs for graduates.

The contents of the cooperation include: deploying the App YOOT platform in surveying students' employment situation after graduation, recruiting connections, career counselling, enrollment counselling, and psychological counselling for students across the country; collaborating to bring smart school management solutions to schools at an affordable price while maintaining quality, efficiency, and benefits.

The two sides will collaborate on activities related to skill training, the supply of IT engineers and high-quality human resources, and ensuring that students are fostered and supplemented with labor-market-relevant knowledge and abilities. YOOT serves as a consultant, offering people in need with content, textbooks, orientation training experts, and a realistic practise environment.

The two sides will work together to raise capital for student projects and start-up ideas, as well as domestic and foreign investment individuals and organisations, to assist projects competing in regional and international competitions. Cooperation also occurs in career counselling - recruiting, enrollment consulting, and participation in online and offline stall chains.

YOOT will assist MOET-TSC in digital transformation by building software that will connect students and businesses. For specific activities, the two parties shall negotiate and agree to adopt detailed agreements to jointly deploy cooperation based on actual needs.

Cooperation content will be implemented between 2022 and 2026. In the coming period, the two sides will continue to research and add more research activities; enhance training and employment support for students and provide human resources; build a startup ecosystem for students; and strengthen the development of high-quality human resources by connecting training and employment.

Mr. Bui Van Linh, Director of MOET-TSC, stated at the signing ceremony: "Since the beginning of the year, the Center has signed cooperation agreements with more than 30 agencies, units, including functional units of ministries, branches, businesses, enterprises, and universities."

The signing of a memorandum of understanding on cooperation between MOET-TSC and YOOT Technology and Training Joint Stock Company to promote information technology, communication, and marketing applications for digital transformation in activities to support training and human resource supply,lookingfor opportunities, the investment fund continues to successfully incubate potential student start-up projects.

Mr. Phan Cong Chinh, Chairman of the Board of Directors and General Director of YOOT Technology and Training Joint Stock Company, expressed his enthusiasm for the future collaboration between the two parties, saying, "The partnership with MOET-TSC represents a new growth step."

With outstanding advantages in technology, YOOT is the place to connect students with schools and businesses. Students may use the YOOT programme to learn about themselves, jobs, and universities and colleges.With effective tools from YOOT, students can constructa suitable learning path, allowing them to choose the correct school and major to pursue their desired job.

Not only that, but YOOT also helps students connect with employers while they are at school. Students can look for companies that fit their job requirements.Enterprises can also actively search for suitable talents through thousands of multimedia CVs of students, especially students with good skills and attitudes identified by the competency points that students have accumulated on the YOOT platform.

The signing of a collaboration agreement with YOOT Technology and Training Joint Stock Company continues to contribute to the expansion of the MOET-TSC ecosystem's functions, content, methods, and tools. Strong IT will enable future initiatives to better enhance vocational skills training and human resource supply.

Mr. Bui Van Linh - Director of MOET-TSC spok

Mr. Phan Cong Chinh - Chairman and General Director of YOOT Technology and Training Joint Stock Company

Mr. Tran Hoang - Editor-in-Chief of Saigon Entrepreneur Magazine gave a speech

The two units signed the cooperation agreement