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Participation in training by companies

The Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB) pursues different research questions and methods when it comes to investigating the participation of companies in vocational training. Among other things, questions of demographic change will be examined and the development of training participation will be analysed on the basis of the employment statistics of the Federal Employment Agency.

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BIBB presents study on minimum training remuneration from the perspective of companies

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

BIBB presents study on minimum training remuneration from the perspective of companies

The BIBB has used a data-based simulation to investigate the issue of which businesses would be affected by a minimum training remuneration and how high the anticipated cost increase might be for companies. Result: Small businesses face particular challenges.

Company survey shows: There is no way around vocational education and training!

Thursday, June 07, 2018

Company survey shows: There is no way around vocational education and training!

Internal training remains the ideal way for many companies to secure their requirements for skilled workers over the long term. These are the findings of a BIBB company survey, which were presented at the opening of the BIBB Congress in Berlin.

BWP 2/2018 published: Cooperations in VET

Friday, April 06, 2018

BWP 2/2018 published: Cooperations in VET

This issue of BWP highlights the reasons behind various types of cooperation in vocational education and training and reveals areas of potential for learners and learning venues.

VET – the key to integration

Thursday, November 16, 2017

VET – the key to integration

Improving the integration of refugees in Germany in future by means of vocational education and training will be critically dependent on providing individually-tailored training programmes of the right quality and in the right amounts. These are some of the key findings from a new analysis by BIBB.

Important: school marks, work attitude and social behaviour
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Thursday, October 19, 2017

Important: school marks, work attitude and social behaviour

A company survey conducted by BIBB and the Social Science Research Centre Berlin shows what requirements companies make of applicants who hold an intermediate secondary school leaving certificate.