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During their study visit to BIBB, international experts in the field of TVET received information on ongoing projects in the fields of digitisation, vocational training for sustainable development and Migration.
iMOVE hosted the first "Case Webinar" in Bonn on 11 April 2018. This webinar highlighted aspects of the implementation of these programmes and how German small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) are using this approach to prepare for the skills demands of the future.
How does dual vocational education and training work in Germany? How are vocational standards developed? What role do social partners play? Alex Kakooza, Permanent Secretary from Uganda, learned about the core elements of vocational training under the dual system in Germany at BIBB.
The "Klischeefrei" initiative campaigns for a world in which the choice of occupation and degree is free from gender-specific role models. Support from companies and institutions is rising. The BIBB is also supporting career orientation free of stereotyping with Girls' Day and Boys' Day on 26 April.
More people now start training with higher education entrance qualifications, more training positions remain unfilled - These are the findings from the 10th and anniversary edition of the Data Report. The thematic focus of the 2018 BIBB Data Report is vocational orientation.
Dual VET – how do companies and vocational schools do it? The delegation from the Mexican BIBB partner institute CONALEP came with many questions about how dual VET is implemented. Over four days they had the chance to pose these questions to practitioners and to visit training centres.
Cedefop is currently working on a project focusing on the ‘Changing Nature and Role of VET in Europe’. This research supports post-2020 European cooperation in this area. For this purpose, Cedefop has prepared an online survey that allows experts to share their views on the future of VET.
The vocational education and training sector in Indonesia is undergoing reform. The BIBB and other German stakeholders involved in vocational education and training will advise Indonesia on the implementation of their reform project.
The 1969 Vocational Training Act (BBiG) was amended in 2005. The amendment came into force on 1 April 2005. One of the goals of the Act is to ensure that young people just getting started in the world of work have full vocational capacity in a wide range of activities.
“Learning for the future: VET of tomorrow—experience innovations” is the motto of the congress. The congress will be simultaneously interpreted in English. Numerous VET experts from home and abroad are once again expected to attend.