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A sustainable bridge between IT vocational training from NGO and IT community

Established in Danang in 2010, the French NGO Passerelles numeriques (PN) has meaningful contributions to education and society development in Vietnam. It has trained more than 200 underprivileged students to be software and web developers who can find stable jobs with salary rate higher than the minimum wage.

According to the recent internal alumni survey, one third of the salary is sent back to help their families. To reach that achievement, the organization has built up a wide network with both IT and non-IT businesses in Hanoi, Danang and Hochiminh. Today, PN Vietnam is privileged to count 50 IT companies among its network of partners. The significant involvement of these companies in IT, soft skills and life skills training through workshops, project management guidance and internships proves the valuable relationship between enterprises and local communities.

LogiGear, a leading company in testing technologies has been supporting PN Vietnam in many ways. Since 2013, LogiGear generously offered to support PN training team, not only building up the software testing curriculum but also sending trainers to teach students and train PN teachers about LogiGear Certified Testing Program (LCTP). Thanks to the intensive training and practical internship after training, the LCTP classes is able to offer certified testing experts not only for LogiGear but also for IT community in Vietnam. “We appreciate the social mission of PN Vietnam and really want to get involved in this meaningful project. In other words, what PN Vietnam has been doing inspired LogiGear and we decided that together, LogiGear & PN Vietnam will bring more job opportunities to these young people.” shared Mr Nguyen Quoc Hung, CEO of LogiGear.

 Mr Le Trung Loc, LogiGear trainer of LCTP 1 during his first class at PNV.

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