Vocational training for Success

date_range2017-12-06

Dao Chi Vinh was born in a small house where his family and his grandmother live together. His father is a smith; the job is, however, quite unstable. His mother was a school’s janitor and her income was also low. Thus, they could not afford the school fees for both Vinh and his sister. Vinh, therefore, had to drop out of school when he hadn’t finished secondary school. His sister, Quyen, continued her education but still had to quit at the 8th grade.

Although Vinh’s home is pretty near Thang Long vocational and English school, it was not until his sister who was studying at the school’s Hairdressing class mentioned it to him that Vinh knew about SCC and Thang Long. Because of being busy all day with his security guard job, he didn’t have the chance to learn about the information and available opportunities. At the time, SCC has been expanding more vocational courses for disadvantaged young people; and as a result Vinh had the opportunity to choose his favorite career. There is a demand for human resources in the refrigeration electrical field. And as it’s also promisingly a well paying career, Vinh decided to pursue this new career path.

During the course, Vinh attended all of the theoretical lectures and lab sessions, as well as actively looked for internship opportunities at local refrigeration electrical shops. As a result, after 5 months of training, he attained the Technician certificate level 3/7. Vinh confidently applied to Benhviendienlanh.com Company and became an official employee.

Vinh is fixing an air conditioner

“When I first started the job, I had to face with lots of pressure but I was determined in pursuing this career so no matter how difficult it gets I still have to try. I definitely won’t give up”, Vinh shared. Currently, Vinh has become an experienced technician with a stable income. Because Vinh is very quick-witted and ambitious, he has gained the trust and sympathy from the customers. More and more customers want to work with him. It’s truly a successful first step for the young man.

On August 8th, Vinh celebrated his wedding and began his own family life. We at SCC are very happy at this mature step in life and his becoming the family’s bread winner.  As he now has a stable home and is ready to build his career, Vinh also dreams to save enough money to open his own shop. With his youth and hard working spirit, he sure will achieve more than that.

We wish all his dreams soon become true.

Saigonchildren was awarded a certificate of merits for the active contributions in social development activities in Dong Nai Province
date_range2018-06-15
Saigonchildren was awarded a certificate of merits for the active contributions in social development activities in Dong Nai Province
Saigonchildren students meeting to prepare for the social project in 2018
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Saigonchildren students meeting to prepare for the social project in 2018
8th Bridge Capital sponsored 10 children for this academic year
date_range2018-03-05
8th Bridge Capital sponsored 10 children for this academic year
Summary of activities in the first two months of 2018 for the child development Scholarship program
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Summary of activities in the first two months of 2018 for the child development Scholarship program
FE CREDIT CONTINUES “LIFTING UP THE FUTURE”
date_range2017-12-06
FE CREDIT CONTINUES “LIFTING UP THE FUTURE”
Novo Nordisk organized general health checks for nearly 300 SCC students in 2 years
date_range2017-12-06
Novo Nordisk organized general health checks for nearly 300 SCC students in 2 years
Fuji Xerox Vietnam cooperates with SCC to give nearly 100 bicycles to disadvantaged Children
date_range2017-12-06
Fuji Xerox Vietnam cooperates with SCC to give nearly 100 bicycles to disadvantaged Children
Aurecon employees support SCC scholarship programme
date_range2017-12-06
Aurecon employees support SCC scholarship programme
Ms. Kim Chi – the Rhythms of Life
date_range2017-12-06
Ms. Kim Chi – the Rhythms of Life
“Shared joy is double joy”
date_range2017-12-06
“Shared joy is double joy”