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Finance - Banking sector remains the most expensive
weoDate: Tuesday, 2012-01-03, 8:43 PM | Message # 1
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Finance - Banking industry has to say is "expensive" today, he says, why has the "honor" so?
Field Finance - Bank (TCNH) has always been public concern, because this is the sector which in recent years the number of large employers due to economic and social development.

Any country is to have good conditions for development, there must be a strong banking system. If the question must have a strong banking system it is clear they pay attention to human resources. Especially in recent years, favorable conditions for economic development in countries in general and Vietnam in particular, the financial and banking system development and expanded rapidly, with conditions to attract human resources in this area is quite large.

However, in the year 2008 - 2009, when the impact of the global economic crisis to Vietnam, the expansion of the banks are no longer as before, but human resources for this system everyone is very concerned by the following reasons: The labor force of this sector, the annual number of vacation mode is also quite large and screening activities for those who were recruited but do not do as much. In addition, annual human migration from banks to other banks, thus revealing where excess or shortage where everyone feels a lack of manpower.

Specifically, in 2010 the foreign banks in Vietnam's market they will be very much. This will be the attraction forces in Vietnam's banking system, including new employees. Since then, the resulting demand for labor in the bank threshold is not enough, it always changes, added continuously. Besides, while simultaneously expanding the bank going into improving the quality of human resources for themselves.

Currently, other than those with long thick branches TCNH training almost all universities have opened branches in this study to attract students. He said many such schools have opened affect the social supply and demand needs of the society or not?

If the view of many industry TCNH school so everyone will think sufficient manpower, but if you look at the quality of human resources is almost the recruitment agencies they have selection inputs in traditional schools system.

The demand for human use in a wide TCNH as many other areas they need to this industry. Future, the industry has always attracted TCNH businesses and banks are always looking for human resources with high quality.

With Banking Institute, the annual quota for training from 2300 to 2500 targets universities, which account for about 1,400 TCNH industry norms. Every year, the Academy has about 1,000 graduates, because each year about 100 students to be dropped due to not meeting the requirements of school.

Academy Bank building outcomes for students like?

Banking Institute now has five branches are trained TCNH industry specialties including commercial banks, international payments, Securities Trading, Corporate Finance Sector Accounting includes Accounting Business Sector Management - Business Management majors include marketing, Corporate Sector Information Systems Management - Hospitality Private Banking Sector in English - English Finance and Banking.

Output current with industry standards TCNH Academy announced. In 2010, we will continue to publish the standard output of the rest.

Statistical Institute has been how many graduates have a job after graduation?

We have listed three new graduate courses is the key 6, 7 and 8, then to over 90% have jobs right now in the bank, even the right lines. Do the school's brand and our products have been the testing agency.
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On the economic forecast, to talk about Vietnam's economic future will grow very well since the effects of the crisis to re-echo no more. When economic development is certainly TCNH system will grow very well, which has seen very clearly.

Thus, human resources for this area next time it will expand not only the network but also expanded in terms of human resources for the banks in the coming phase will develop many new services to compete not only the banks but also foreign banks. Thus, in five years, industry has always been TCNH and social care sector is attracting large labor force.

He said the 2010 plan enrollment and advice for candidates to contest on Academy Bank?

Benchmark Academy Bank taking the training industry, but still the floor so the candidate does not meet the industry standard in the register, they would still have the opportunity to have schools and industry associations to which they desire. By studying the regulation of credit-based learners, after completing the first year achieved with good, well, they may participate in study 2. So they want to study implementation TCNH but not enough points to, you can go to other disciplines in the academy and after graduating from school children can have two in, two training programs at once . In 2010, the Academy will have more graduates with 2 by the same. More favorable is the training academy is a college-and intermediate-level at the campuses. Academy accreditation from secondary to university, so students have more opportunities.
For the contestants going to college, they need to understand their knowledge of the industry and should be registered to see the targets and industry benchmarks that you are applying for regular annual benchmark moved just a - 2 points.
 
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