More Than 200 Students Joined “Reset” Skill Course
In the afternoon of February 25, at Hall A of VNUHCM-University of Economics and Law, the “Reset” skill course organized by the Skills Club attracted more than 200 students from universities and colleges around the city.
At this course, psychology expert Le Van Hien, Director of Viet Nam Creative Media Education JSC delivered to students basic skills to create sympathy to others and how to express yourself and, and then create and maintain relationships.
Emphasizing the importance of the skill, psychologist Le Van Hien uses the image of a backpack: “This is the goal of the backpack that all students have to equip themselves. This backpack has a central drawer in the middle, which is your degree. But if there’s only degrees, you can not go far. Therefore, the backpack should have two straps, foreign language and information technology. You’ll be thirsty on the road, so the backpack must have two water bottles on each side: a bottle is occupational skills, the other is soft skills. The top strap is motivation, which helps you lift the backpack when your shoulders are tired. ”
Nguyen Thi Yen Thy, a freshmen of Banking University in HCM City, said: “The teacher’s sharing is valuable for me, especially the backpack’s image that he used. I think I have shaped the backpack of my life. Before coming here, I had my own goal, after this day I reinforced that belief. ”
In addition to the theoretical course, in order to enable students to practice the skills that had been taught, the Skills Club also organized the City Tour in the morning of February 26th.