STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education and robotic programming training have been proposed for curricula from the primary to high education level.
The Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) is collecting opinions on the draft about a project on training skills and human resources for digital transformation by 2025 with a vision until 2030.
Under the draft, short-term and full-time long-term training modes are proposed.
It is expected that by 2025, 80 percent of central cities and provinces would build digital transformation networks for at least 70 percent of their communes or wards, while at least 10,000 workers at state agencies would be required to undergo short-term training on digital transformation and digital skills.
The project sets the goal of having 60 percent of university graduates tested in basic information technology and digital transformation skills.
Sixty percent of teachers at education establishments must be trained in digital skills, STEM/STEAM/STEAME