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Monitoring of the implementation of the Federal Recognition Act
How many people seek advice on the recognition of foreign professional and vocational qualifications? Does receiving such guidance automatically lead to an application for recognition? In how many cases is full or partial equivalence determined? These are just some of the questions investigated by the process of recognition monitoring. One of the outlets via which results of the empirical studies carried out are published is an annual report issued by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).
An investigation conducted by the BIBB shows that recognition of applications submitted from abroad is already working well. The stakeholders involved, however, believe that there is still room for improvement.
At the OECD workshop "Unlocking the potential of migrants through VET" on 8 March, Dr. Jessica Erbe informed experts from other countries about the experiences with the Recognition Act and skills analysis. Skills analysis can help to obtain professional recognition if documents are missing.
The 2017 Report on the Recognition Act is now available in English. Based on results from 5 years of monitoring the implementation of the federal recognition act and the findings of this year’s independent evaluation the report draws a positive conclusion. Recognition is working!
The Federal Government today formally adopted the 2017 Report on the Recognition Act, which also contains the results of an extensive impact analysis. Five years after the entry into force of the Federal Recognition Act, the report arrives at a positive interim conclusion.
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