More than 7,000 young ethnic minority people have been provided with vocational training at the Dak Nong Vocational School since 2004.

Rector of the School Nguyen Khai said the students registered to learn professions such as brocade weaving, animal husbandry, and cultivating in over 200 classes.

To save time and money for farmers in poor and remote areas, teachers have made tours of villages, communes and districts to provide them with farming techniques.

According to the provincial Youth Union, the Central Highlands Dak Nong province has 132,000 youngsters, 27,340 of whom are ethnic minorities.

Since 2008, the province has offered training courses for over 9,000 rural people, mostly in ethnic-inhabited areas.-VNA