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The company panel on qualification and competence development by the Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (short: BIBB qualification panel) is a representative annual survey among 3,500 companies in Germany.
An increasing demand for skilled workers, especially at the medium skills level, contrasts with a decreasing number of trainees. At the same time, supply and demand are often out of balance and fitting problems are increasing.
Digitalisation demands appropriate qualifications and continuing vocational education and training of teaching staff, stressed BIBB President Esser at a symposium on "VET 4.0" in Leipzig. BIBB will therefore support a nationwide qualification initiative.
There will be a marked difference in the development of regional labour markets in Germany up to 2035. The reasons for this are different economic priorities in the regions and demographic changes. Current analyses by BIBB and IAB show this.
How can companies support and foster the further professional and personal development of their employees? This issue of BWP focuses on career opportunities for skilled workers with vocational qualifications.
The new issue of the BIBB specialist journal "Vocational Training in Research and Practice - BWP" documents the initial results and findings on the spread of digital technology in VET. In his editorial BIBB President Esser speaks out in favour of "balanced vocational education and training".
BIBB has carried out an investigation into the modernisation needs of the four dual IT training occupations on behalf of the two federal ministries BMWi and BMBF. The final report recommends that the requirements profiles, contents and inner structure of the occupations should be revised.
BIBB is joining forces with stakeholders from trade and industry, academic research and educational practice to examine the consequences of digitalisation for vocational education and training. This issue focuses on initiatives, findings and perspectives for structuring technological change.
According to BIBB President Esser, the degree to which the challenges facing VET can be successfully overcome, especially in connection with the digital transformation of the world of work, depends on the competence of company-based and school-based trainers.
A nationwide shortage in nursing and healthcare professions could occur in the near future. In 2035 labour demand would outstrip supply by around 270,000 persons. A BIBB analysis based on projections also turns its attention to possible compensatory measures.
The aim of the project is to provide a long-term overview of the anticipated development of labour supply and demand. The new QuBe Data Portal allows projection data to be presented both graphically and in tabular form.
Societal megatrends such as demographic change, shortages in and migration of skilled workers, digitalisation and academisation are particularly virulent in the nursing sector. What will be the consequences of this for skilled worker training?