Leading global companies fund two vocational training institutions in Beijing

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Two vocational training institutions, funded by prominent global enterprises, have recently commenced operations in Beijing.

Deloitte Business Skills Training (Beijing) Co., Ltd., situated in Huairou district, marks Deloitte's first foray into vocational training schools in the Asia-Pacific region. As a leading global professional services firm, Deloitte seeks to bring international advanced education and training experiences, innovative management service models, and cultivate high-quality talent within the financial sector.

In the Sino-German Industrial Park in Shunyi district, the Sino-German Rhine Vocational Skills Training School has been established. It aims to create a Sino-German intelligent manufacturing integration training system, assuming a pioneering role.

The inauguration of these foreign-funded vocational training institutions reflects Beijing's progressive opening-up policy in the vocational training field.

In August 2022, the Beijing Municipal Human Resources and Social Security Bureau initiated the "Administrative Measures for Operating Profit-Oriented Foreign-Invested Vocational Skills Training Institutions in Beijing." This policy paves the way for foreign investors to independently invest in for-profit vocational skills training institutions.

The initiative aims to invite overseas investors to diversify their investments in the city's vocational skills training sector, thereby satisfying the demand for skilled talents essential for industrial transformation and upgrading.

As Beijing forges ahead with the development of its "two zones," it remains committed to promoting the high-level opening-up of the vocational training field to global collaboration. The city's human resources authority is poised to ramp up its support for foreign-funded enterprises and draw more high-quality education and training institutions from abroad to invest and operate schools in Beijing.

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