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HIGHER ENGINEERING EDUCATION ALLIANCE PROGRAM (HEEAP)

 HEEAP MOU Signing Ceremony

A government – university & college – industry collaboration to advance engineering education and promote a highly skilled technical workforce in Vietnam.

Leveraging the university and college with real-word industry experience, the program provides ideas, technologies and paradigms to transform Vietnamese engineering and technical vocational programs.

 

 

 

 

Components of the program include:

Faculty training program: an intensive faculty development program held at ASU (Arizona State University) which includes instruction in hard and soft skills with a focus on applied learning, team work and student engagement. Participants develop curriculum and instructional improvement projects to implement upon returning to Vietnam.

Faculty mentoring, curriculum design and instructional lab development: Intel Corp. will provide Faculty Innovation Grants to help develop and expand projects created during the training program, including new and sustainable instructional approaches and applied lab experiments.

Implementation of new instructional pedagogy in Vietnam: Upon completion of the first two components, faculty members from Vietnam will launch their projects. Mentoring will continue throughout the process, along with monitoring and evaluation of faculty and student progress.

Ho Chi Minh Vocational College of Technology (HVCT), which belongs to MOLISA, is among Vietnamese university and college HEEAP partners. Attending HEEAP C-COM Leadership Program held in ASU at the beginning of June, 2011, HVCT management board understood their roles as Champions and the overarching goals, objectives and anticipated results. Upon agreed criteria on faculty selection, HVCT management board nominated 07 faculties. These faculties worked with Mr. Jeffrey Goss – HEEAP Director – on June 16th 2011on detailed 4-week training program at ASU, and obtained guidance to complete necessary documents for HEEAP. As a result, they are going to start their training program in the USA in September, 2011.

Mr. Jeffrey Goss – HEEAP Director – visited HVCT

Source: HVCT

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