Scientific Seminar on “Human resources demands for transportation business and management" attracted participants from Departments of Transport sector

(Updated:12/07/2020)
In the morning of June 5, 2020, Ho Chi Minh City University of Transport (UT-HCMC) held a scientific seminar on “Human resources demands for transportation business and management" attracted participation of leaders from departments of transport in Dong Thap, Tien Giang Province, Ho Chi Minh City and representatives’ UT-HCMC including Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Ba Hoang, Vice President - The incharge of UT-HCMC, lecturers, practitioners and students of Faculty of Economics and Transport.

The scientific seminar on “Human resources demands for transportation business and management" was held with the desire to listen to comments and feedback from State management agencies, enterprises and scientists on the manpower needs in the field of transportation management and business in the state management units, human resources for transportation management and business in operating transportation and passengers in enterprises on urban railways, bus stations, depots, logistics...

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Ba Hoang, Vice President -  The incharge of Ho Chi Minh City University of Transport (UT-HCMC) was giving the opening speech at the seminar

Representatives from departments offered opinions at the seminar

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Tran Quang Phu, Deputy Dean of Faculty of Transport Economics introduced training programs of the Faculty

There were 6 presentations given by presenters at the seminar with topics, including " Passenger transport activity in Long An Province and human resources demands" (MSc. Du Quang Vinh, Head of Quality Management, the Department of Transport of Long An Province); "Human resources demands for managing and exploiting activities of public passenger transport by urban railway" (Van Thi Huu Tam, Deputy Director of Ho Chi Minh City Urban Railways No.1 Company Limited-HURC1); "Human resources demands for transportation business and management at Mien Dong Bus Station" (MSc. Nguyen Lam Hai, Head of Transport Planning of Mien Dong Bus Station Company Limited); "The current situation of human resources of road transport and proposing some solutions in the training human resources" (Nguyen Hoang Tri, Deputy Head of Bid – Ho Chi Minh City Management Board of Urban Railway – Lecturer of Ho Chi Minh City College of Transport); "Human resources for Logistics industry in Vietnam - challenges and the impacts of Covid - 19" (Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ho Thi Thu Hoa, Head of Logistics Department); "E - logistics and human resources capacity of E - Logistics in Vietnam" (MSc. La Thu Thuy, Lecturer of Logistics Department).

Presenters were giving their own presentations at the seminar

According to Mr.Tran Van Bon’s opinion, Director of the Department of Transport in Tien Giang Province, human resources demands for transport management were enormous. To students approach jobs after graduation, he recommended inviting managers of enterprises to exchange and orientate students. Mr.Bui Van Quan, president of the HCMC Goods Transport Association said that the university and enterprises need to strengthen tightly in training primary human resources comprehensively to meet transportation needs for enterprises.

The participants contributed opinions at the seminar

Some enterprises also discussed and suggested that University should be interested in the field of railways. UT-HCMC needs to research and cooperate with many enterprises to meet the timely demands of the enterprises to manage better and especially students after graduating have good knowledge about the transport business to help enterprises develop better and more strongly.

The seminar helps University in general and Department of Transport Economics in particular to have strategic directions for development. Moreover, this is also an opportunity for participants to exchange, learn, share knowledge, create opportunities for cooperation in the future. Scientific seminar will spread the knowledge, experience and values contributing to the sustainable development of University and help to strengthen tightly solidarity of state management units, associations, enterprises, research institutions, scientists and students for University.

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