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In Viet Nam, the general level of environmental awareness is low, and the proportion of the economy that is devoted to green industry is relatively small. However, a willingness to shift towards a greener society is beginning to emerge, which creates a growing demand for green jobs and competencies. A Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) reform programme is transforming the country’s TVET system into an important facilitator of the green economy and turning institutes like the College of Machinery and Irrigation into regional hubs for green TVET.
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