NGUYỄN THANH THUỶ, PhD
and CVA CERTIFIED DACUM ANALYSIS FACILITATOR
The CVA/ACFP congratulates Nguyễn Thanh Thuỷ
who has successfully completed the Canadian Vocational Association
DACUM Analysis Facilitator International Certification Program
Nguyễn Thanh Thuỷ is the Deputy of the Training Centre for Advanced Management at the Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City, which is funded by the Vietnam Skill for Employment Project of Global Affairs Canada (VSEP/GAC).
To become a CVA certified DACUM Analysis Facilitator, Nguyễn had to satisfy the following requirements:
- successful completion of the CVA DACUM Analysis Facilitator Training Module, or an equivalent training;
- facilitation of a minimum of three occupational analyses using the DACUM methodology, each to be submitted for a formal review by the CVA’s DACUM Analysis Evaluation Committee
- formal reviews confirming that a minimum of three analyses complied with the DACUM quality standards as set by the CVA.
Nguyễn is now registered in the CVA CERTIFIED DACUM ANALYSIS FACILITATOR international directory.
More on DACUM program
The Canadian Vocational Association (CVA)
is recruiting an
The CVA is Canada’s premier competency-based training organization specializing in DACUM training both nationally and internationally.
The CVA is seeking an experienced Administrative Officer (Canadian national only) able to communicate verbally and in writing in both Canada’s official languages. The incumbent will work under the supervision of the Executive Director and will support the completion of the CVA’s mandates and objectives.
Currently, the position requires a self-starting individual working part-time from a home office.
Our preferred candidate would be a retired or about to be retired executive assistant or administrative officer motivated by the CVA mandates, challenges and cognizant of the organization’s limited resources.
The complete job description and requirements can be viewed here.
If you are interested in this position, please send the following documents by email to Pierre Morin, President of the CVA (firstname.lastname@example.org), no later than Friday, 6 April 2018 at 16h30 (ET):
- A letter (not to exceed 400 words) highlighting the considerations that make your candidacy particularly appealing and relevant;
- Your curriculum vitae.
N.B. This position will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.
The Canadian Vocational Association February Newsletter is out!
Malawi. Taima (Here We Stand)
Using a TVET institution as the setting, Robert Chiwamba, STEP ambassador has launched Taima (Here We Stand) to call on all of Malawi to end gender based violence. The poem Taima (Here We Stand) calls on all people to take a stand against Gender-Based Violence (GBV) and particularly for men to be role models as advocates for the elimination of GBV. The poem launch was one of the many important activities to mark 16 days of activism against gender based violence. The video is in the local language Chichewa but with English sub-titles.
A contribution of Arthur E. Shears, UNESCO Team Leader, Skills and Technical Education Program (STEP) in Malawi email@example.com
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