On June 10, 2022, the External Evaluation Team (EGN) established by the Director of the Center for Educational Quality Accreditation (KĐCLGD) – Association of Vietnam Universities and Colleges (CTĐHCĐVN) conducted a survey. Preliminary (KSSB) training program in Midwifery, university level of Nam Dinh University of Nursing. Participating in the KSSB at Nam Dinh University of Nursing, on the part of the Center for Educational Qualification – Vietnam Community Association of Youth Programs and the Evaluation Delegation, there was Associate Professor. Dr. Bui Duy Cam – Head of the Evaluation Delegation, MSc. Dinh Tuan Dung – Secretary of the Youth Union and Mr. Nguyen Anh Tuan – Chief of Office of the Center for KĐQGD.
Welcoming and working with the delegation, on the side of Nam Dinh University of Nursing, there was Dr. Truong Tuan Anh, Principal, Chairman of the SA Council, Dr. Ngo Huy Hoang – Vice Principal, Head of the Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery, Vice Chairman of the SA Council, PhD. Vu Van Thanh – Vice Principal, Vice Chairman of the Self-Evaluation Council, MSc. Tran Viet Tien – Director of the Center for Education Evaluation and Assessment – Secretary of the SA Council, along with members of the Council for Self-Evaluation of the Midwifery training program, specialized groups, the Secretariat of the Self-Assessment Council and representatives of unions and units of Nam Dinh University of Nursing.
The Evaluation Team agreed on working principles with the School, announced the results of the study and self-assessment of the School’s Midwifery training program, agreed on the number and subjects invited to interview, and the facilities. Materials and equipment are visited, surveyed, etc.
The Head of the Evaluation Delegation and the Leaders of Nam Dinh University of Nursing have agreed on the preparation contents and time plan to serve the inspection period from June 17, 2022 to June 20, 2022.
At the end of the KSSB day, the Head of the Evaluation Expert Team and the Principal of Nam Dinh University of Nursing signed a Memorandum of Understanding after the preliminary survey of the Evaluation Expert Team.