Improving The Quality Of Human Resource Training In The Renewable Energy Industry: A Case Study At Universities In Vietnam

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Tran Minh Nguyet , Nguyen Van Dung , Dinh Mai Thanh , Tran Tuan Anh , Nguyen Duc Duong


When fossil fuel sources such as coal and oil become increasingly depleted, causing severe environmental pollution, countries must accelerate the restructuring of the energy industry towards clean and sustainable. Training in the renewable energy industry is considered an inevitable solution and trend in the current energy industry in Vietnam. This article studies the factors affecting the quality of training in renewable energy at universities in Hanoi city, Vietnam. The study surveyed 485 questionnaires and used the PLS-SEM model to test the hypothetical model. The study found six factors: state policies, socio-economic environment, learning environment, training programs, lecturers, and teaching methods.

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