Poor labourers assisted with foreign language training


Labourers from poor families and ethnic minority families will be assisted with a maximum of VND4.5 million each course for training in the Korean language to attend a Korean language exam for the Employment Permit System (EPS) program in 2017.
This is part of the content of a dispatch issued by the Ministry of Labour, War-Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) to localities. Accordingly, labourers from poor districts who participate in an exam of the Korean language before going to the Republic of Korean (RoK) to work will be assisted.
In the exam based on EPS, MOLISA has agreed with the KoK Ministry of Employment and Labour (MoEL) to allocate 800 jobs for labourers working in the agricultural sector to those coming from 64 poor districts, extremely disadvantaged communes and coastal and island communes.
In addition, the policy gives priority to young people who do not get jobs, especially those from poor ethnic minority families and women from poor families. On the other hand, labourers must be free of specific diseases as listed by the RoK side.
Assistance worth a maximum of VND4.5 million per course will be provided for each labourer from poor families and ethnic minority labourers, while labourers from other groups will receive VND2.25 million.
Accordingly, the labourers will join a training course expecting to last about 80 days./.

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