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The digital transformation of the world of work is accelerating job switches and structural change in Germany. The first main interim results from a research project which is being conducted by the BIBB on behalf of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) have now been presented.
The digital transformation of the world of work will also bring about increasing change in learning media and in company teaching and learning processes in initial and continuing vocational education and training.
The scientific symposium organised by BIBB, IAB and ZEW attended by delegates from around the world, debates issues relating to the future of work and the impacts of digital transformation and globalisation.
BIBB has now launched an online survey in order to ensure the broadest possible participation in the process of updating the dual IT occupations. The survey is primarily directed at companies which provide training in these occupations and closes on 25 May.
Whether it's refugees, skilled workers or digital transformation - it is precisely key current issues such as these which require integrated solutions. Representatives of the Federal Metal Association and experts from the BIBB agreed on this at a wide-ranging discussion in Bonn.
The BIBB-VW project on VET and digital transformation is making progress. The project's interim results offer some strong indications, but at the same time are not conclusive in terms of how many job descriptions need to be changed and the extent to which this is necessary.
His presentation on the implications of "Economy 4.0" for training within the German VET system formed the focal point of BIBB President Esser's talk in Shanghai. Furthermore, he learned of cooperation between learning venues in China.