Training course for Laos youth union officials opens

Web.HCYU.23/10/2014. An annual training course for Lao People’s Revolutionary Youth Union officials organized by the Vietnam National Youth Academy of the Central Committee of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union solemnly starts on the morning of 22nd September 2014.

Secretary Nguyen Long Hai (right) presents flowers at the ceremony
Secretary Nguyen Long Hai (right) presents flowers at the ceremony

Present at the ceremony includes Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union; Mr Luong Many Pheng Phan, Laos Embassy Counselor; Mr Le Tuan Khanh, Director General of Laos, Cambodia Foreign Affairs of the Party Central Committee, Dr Nguyen Hai Dang, Deputy-In-Charge Director of the Vietnam National Youth Academy, Associate Professor Dr Vu Hong Tien, Secretary of the Party Committee, Deputy Director of Vietnam National Youth Academy.

The training course for 30 students is expected to run from 21st October to 17th November 2014 in Hanoi, Vietnam. The participants will attend lectures and explore related issues including the contents of the socio – economic development guidelines in Vietnam, exchanging view on youth educations, Vietnam – Laos youth partnership, history, structure of the Ho Chi Minh Youth Union, the Ho Chi Minh young pioneers, social working skills, and approaches to youth solidarity. In addition, participants also visit the Ho Chi Minh museum, Ho Chi Minh relic, meet with the HCYU Secretariat and have cultural exchange with students of the Academy.

Laos participants take group photo at the opening ceremony
Laos participants take group photo at the opening ceremony

Addressing the opening ceremony, Secretary Nguyen Long Hai hopes that during the course, the officials will advance the idea exchange to clarify issues, create atmosphere of inspiration and solidarity. He asks the class management committee to closely facilitate support for students in every aspects of living and studying in Vietnam. Lecturers should use appropriate teaching methods, combine theoretical topics with practical skills to ensure effective quality.

The Secretary also suggests the class to facilitate needed conditions for exchange of experiences; through this course, Lao People’s Revolutionary Youth Union and the Ho Chi Minh Youth Communist Union will continue to expand cooperation in various fields and increase the exchange of youth work, this provides opportunities for the two unions’ officials to interact and learn from each other as well as cultivating close friendship between the two nations.

Mr Phi Xit Si Na Si Sun, on behalf of the delegation, states that the knowledge and skills learned in Vietnam will contribute to the understanding of youth work and the youth movement experience learned will support the work of the Lao People’s Revolutionary Youth Union when the students return their office.

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