Industry 4.0 can lead to economic development but not without skilled workers

The Programme Reform of TVET in Vietnam is supporting LILAMA 2 International Technology College and the German company Bosch Rexroth in integrating requirements of Industry 4.0 in selected training programmes. Mr. Nikolay Kurnosov, General Manager of Bosch Rexroth Vietnam presented the milestones of the Public Private Partnership at the Industry 4.0 Summit on 13 July in Hanoi and emphasised the importance of adapting training offers to the requirements of the future. “Together with LILAMA 2 International Technology College, we will develop Industry 4.0-relevant modules and elements which will ensure that the graduates do not only possess the necessary technical skills, but also the ability to handle complex situations, solve problems and think critically”, Mr. Kurnosov explained.

The Industry 4.0 Summit was hosted by the Government of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam and the Central Economic Commission to discuss the vision and development strategy for Vietnam in the age of Industry 4.0 with national and international experts. Following the Prime Minister’s directive on Industry 4.0 development, new achievements in all sectors of the economy already contribute to the country’s effective participation in the global value chain and the acceleration of the industrialisation process. For the successful adoption of Industry 4.0, however, preconditions, such as developing a legal framework, achieving breakthroughs in innovation as well as improving training of skilled human resources, need to be ensured by the public and the private sector. For more information on the summit, please check



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