Project location within country: Ho Chi Minh City
Duration: September 2000 - March 2002
Budget: Approximate value of services $450,378 CDN
Project status: Complete
The project implemented industry driven curricula and student focused on learning materials development processes in the electrical maintenance program at Industry College #4 (IC4). In addition, the project trained faculty in new development and delivery methodologies and assisted the IC4 staff in designing and developing reaching and learning resources in select program areas.
The goal of this project is to train the faculty and management of Industry College #4 (IC4), now Ho Chi Minh University of Industry (HUI, in the processes required to develop a systematic, Industry Driven Curriculum Development Model (within the MOLISA framework) and design instructional methodologies and resources to support the delivery of industry driven training programs.
Funding agency: Canadian International Development Agency
Participating colleges: Saskatchewan Polytechnic (Formally SIAST)
In country partner: Ministry of Education and Training, Viet Nam Industry College #4 (IC4), Ho Chi Minh City
Saskatchewan Polytechnic (Formally SIAST) led a team of technical assistants who worked in country with the IC4 faculty and trained them in developing both curriculums and pedagogical skills related to industry driven curriculum. Sask Polytech guided the training of senior staff in institutional strategic planning through a series of study tours to Canada. Through these tours, the IC4 faculty and the senior staff observed, first hand, the industry driven curriculum development models and innovative instructional strategies and adapted these practices to the management context at IC4.
Contact usAngela Wojcichowsky, Director, International Partnerships & Projects
Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Saskatoon Campus, 20th St.
200 – 226 – 20th Street East | PO Box 1520,
Saskatoon SK S7K 0R6 Canada