On May 28, 2017, TNU International School organized a soft skills training for its faculty and students with the theme of "Self-innovation for excellence". The speaker was Dr. Phan Quoc Viet, founder and chairman of Tam Viet Group, Vietnam record holder.

Through experiential learning and exercises, Dr. Phan Quoc Viet, along with his colleagues at Tam Viet Group, helped students eliminate feelings of inferiority, overcome the fear of failure to succeed in life, and help them become aware of themselves to identify goals, ambition  and always know how to motivate themselves to achieve the goals set.

Dr. Do Le Ha - Vice Dean of the International School poses with speakers and staff of Tam Viet Group

The training program helped learners recognize the importance and necessity of innovation. Since then, they would have a strong desire, determined to renew themselves to    accelerate and soar high in their work and life. At the same time, with the combination of innovation skills and teamwork skills, each student can apply the process of innovation of individuals, families and organizations.

Through the training, the School intended to equip young lecturers and students ample knowledge and skills coupled with enthusiasm and readiness to become global citizens. Soft skills attainment is one of the five criteria after graduation of the School (proficiency in foreign languages, good professional knowledge, good working skills, good work attitude and knowledge of cultures and international practice). Students can better combine knowledge with skills and work experience to meet the demand for high quality human resources during the economic integration process.

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