Closing ceremony of Khmer and English B1 training classes in Kien Giang province

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On March 29, Tra Vinh University coordinated with the Department of Home Affairs of Kien Giang province to hold a closing ceremony and award certificates of completion of Khmer language and B1 English training courses to officials, civil servants, and public employees of Kien Giang province.

Students receive certificates and take photos with teachers.

After the period from December 16th, 2023, to March 24th, 2024, the training courses organized by Tra Vinh University in collaboration with the Department of Home Affairs of Kien Giang province achieved outstanding results. In the Khmer language class, which lasted 240 periods, 100% of students were eligible for a certificate of completion of the Khmer language course. English class B1 (including 320 periods) had 90% of students eligible for a certificate of completion. In addition, students of English class B1 were preparing to take the English competency assessment exam, levels 3-5, according to the 6-level foreign language competency framework for Vietnam in the upcoming time.

Students receive certificates and take photos with teachers
Students receive certificates and take photos with teachers

Attending the program, from the Department of Home Affairs of Kien Giang province, there were Ms. Ho Thi Thuy Dung, Deputy Head of Staff Organization Department, and officials in charge of managing training work. At the closing ceremony, there was also the attendance of Dr. Nguyen Huu Tho, Vice-Rector of Kien Giang University, and representatives of different units.

On Tra Vinh University’s side, there were Dr. Cao Thi Hong Cam, Director of Victory Center for Foreign Languages and Information Technology; MSc. Phan Mai Bach, Deputy Director, and lecturers participated in teaching classes; and more than 60 students.

On this occasion, Dr. Cao Thi Hong Cam, Director of Victory Center for Foreign Languages and Information Technology, congratulated the students on completing the study program. She hoped the knowledge and language skills students accumulated and cultivated during the study process could help them apply flexibly and support their work at the unit. After this course, students could continue to participate in advanced training programs to meet the unit’s work needs.

The school honored 4 students who made many contributions to classroom management coordination

By My Nhien