— Colleges and Institutes Canada President and CEO, Denise Amyot, is very happy to announce the signing of a Letter of Intent (LOI) with Khoi Nguyen Investment and knowledge Development Company (KNE) of Vietnam. This two-year collaboration was endorsed on Summer 27 in Ottawa by Ms. Amyot and KNE General Director, Trinh Quang Dong, in the presence of their Excellency To Ahn Dung, the Ambassador of Vietnam to Canada.
The LOI identifies a few agreed-upon areas for cooperation such as the promotion of Canadian colleges and institutes to students in Vietnam and the institution of an English Language Institute in Vietnam. The LOI additionally provides tech support team for KNE’s attempts to determine and manage a Canadian Curriculum College because it expands from the current kindergarten-to-Grade-12 training system additionally utilizing Canadian school curriculum.
“By using our Vietnamese lovers, we have been helping develop accessibility knowledge that aids employment as well as brand-new options for our user organizations, ” said Ms. Amyot. “This is a great chance for universities and institutes seeking to attract more intercontinental pupils, while we reinforce Canada’s college benefit through engagement with KNE on a number of combined projects within an increasing Vietnam.”
“Partnering with Colleges and Institutes Canada is the correct option for KNE even as we check out expand our training choices based on Canada’s university model, ” stated Mr. Dong. “This cooperation will improve intercontinental collaboration and support our ability to supply pupils utilizing the skills they want for employment in Vietnam or even to broaden their particular abilities globally.”
KNE is an organization dedicated to adding to training development in Vietnam. It offers invested in the Canadian Global class in addition to Bilingual Canadian International class that offer the Ontario curriculum to students in Vietnam with Ontario qualified teachers. KNE is designed to provide a high-quality learning experience to pupils in Vietnam with well-developed curricula, practiced and qualified training staff, and advanced campuses and facilities. Many students intend to go after their particular studies in Canada and other western countries.
Colleges and Institutes Canada could be the national and international sound of 95 per cent of Canada’s openly supported universities, institutes and polytechnics, using the services of business and social areas to train 1.5 million learners of centuries and backgrounds at campuses providing over 3, 000 metropolitan, outlying and remote communities. Colleges and Institutes Canada operates in 29 nations via 13 workplaces around the globe. In addition has substantial international development experience with different components of capacity-development in technical and vocational education and education through its task involvement using Asian Development Bank, the planet Bank, in addition to division of Foreign matters, Trade and developing.