Ho Huynh Anh Chieu, Luu Nguyen Quoc Hung


With the topic "Management of training activities for teaching staff at Can Tho College", the study has systematized the theoretical basis of the management of training activities. It deals with a survey on the current situation of training the teaching staff of Can Tho College, Can Tho City, Vietnam, and proposes some measures to foster the teaching staff at Can Tho College, Can Tho City. On the basis of theoretical research and practical survey, the authors would propose 6 specific measures to manage training activities for teaching staff at Can Tho College. The proposed measures would affect all subjects and stages of the management process from raising the needs, planning, organizing, directing to checking and evaluating; impacting on all elements of the management of training activities of lecturers in order to foster, as well as diversify training activities to meet the needs of lecturers. Each proposed measure also has different goals, tasks and implementation, but in general, they are closely related, interact and complement each other. Therefore, those measures must be implemented in a synchronous, unified, flexible and flexible manner in order to achieve high results, meeting the requirements of improving the level and quality of teaching at the school today.


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