The Vocational Faculty Development Training took place September 8-October 3, 2014. With a total of 28 faculty members, the cohort was one of the largest vocational groups ever hosted by Arizona State University. The threeHEEAP Vocational partner institutions were represented in the cohort, including Cao ThangTechnical College, Ho Chi Minh Vocational College of Technology and Industrial University of Ho Chi Minh City.
On June 30, 2014, 24 engineering lecturers from the five HEEAP Vietnamese partner universities traveled to Arizona State University to take part in a HEEAP Faculty Development Training. The cohort spent six weeks learning about engineering curriculum design, student success and active learning techniques.
Can Tho University (CTU) teamed up with the Higher Engineering Education Alliance Program (HEEAP) this March to hold a Soft Skills Training Workshop for CTU’s senior IT students. The workshop, held at CTU on March 27, equipped more than 60 senior IT students with the necessary knowledge, experience and skills to land a job after graduation.
HEEAP funded the soft-skills workshop to thank CTU’s senior IT students for their volunteer work at the March 19-20 Vietnam Engineering Education Conference.
The 2012 HEEAP University Program cohort completed its training in the continuing effort to modernize Vietnamese public education in engineering from purely theory-based instruction to active and applied learning techniques Friday, August 31.