Vien Quan Ly Xay Dung Introduces Building Command Course Application

Vien Quan Ly Xay Dung gives students the opportunity to acquire knowledge and built up a bright career in the construction field. The main objective is to polish skills and make students fit for the institute.

October 21, 2019 / / —

Vien Quan Ly Xay Dung, Institute of Construction Management in Vietnam, has opened doors for students who desire to build up their careers in the field of construction. The leading institute takes pride in delivering the right education to students so that they can get into the right direction of success.

The institute takes initiative in providing the proper construction management training to the people and makes sure to prepare them for different positions in construction industry. As per the CEO of the institute, it is instituted that make use of the skills and abilities of students so that a refined person gets evoked. Click here

The CEO quoted, “We make proper use of the experience and abilities of the students to refine them in a specific manner so that they can easily become the most polished person in the industry.” Pursuing this course will help students be a part of this fast-growing construction industry.

Now, the institute is planning to launch a new level of courses that can add knowledge and ensure that every student can have a bright future. Students do not have to gain any experience to be a part of this institute rather the professors will teach efficiently.

The institute his now launching the center for information technology application that enables students to even get well-acquainted with the technological aspects related to construction. The teaching staff associated allows students to handle the construction-related issues and find out solutions to it.

“It’s time for us to develop a platform for you where you can understand the use of computer application for construction. We will teach you the use of spreadsheets, charts and the tables that are associated with problem-solving. Get to understand how to develop reports and presentations through the computer application,” commented by the CEO.

For any effective construction management, it is important to learn about the software as well as the hardware construction pros that will help to run the career smoothly. Proper knowledge will also allow designing safe construction and making the process a reliable one.

The institute always strives for excellence in different aspects of work and takes pride in becoming the best in the market. It is the promise of the institute to build up trust among students and create a challenging career in the future.

About the company:
Vien Quan Ly Xay Dung gives opportunity to students to build up their career in the construction industry by acquiring sufficient knowledge from the institute. There are different programs designed to make sure that students have the opportunity to fulfill their needs and build up a successful career. Moreover, the institute also provides Construction Activity Capacity Certificate for companies and businesses wishing to carry out activities in construction bidding in accordance with the Construction Law. Learn more here: and Certificate of construction capacity class 1,2,3 at:

Contact details:

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Name: Kevin
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Organization: Vien Quan Ly Xay Dung
Address: 19 Nguyen Trai - Thanh Xuan - Hanoi
Phone: +84 902951568


Release ID: 88929305

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