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Vocational education and training staff have a key role in vocational education and training and for the quality of education and training processes. Staff must be prepared, and then supported when carrying out their duties.
Why should companies invest in apprenticeships? How much does it cost to train? How do companies profit from their trainees? You can find answers in the GOVET presentation on Costs and benefits aspects in Dual VET.
In 2017, training allowances based on collective wage agreements rose across Germany by an average of 2.6%. Average trainee remuneration across Germany for 2017 was €876 gross per month. The recent BIBB analysis shows that this rise was significantly weaker than in previous years.
More training places offered, more young people seeking dual VET, more training contracts - but also more unfilled training places: These are the key findings of the BIBB analyses of training market development in 2017, visualized in interactive regional maps for the first time.
This brochure, which is now available in English, contains a structured overview of central quality assurance mechanisms which underlie the company-based part of initial training in the dual system in Germany.
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.
The latest evaluation of the BIBB database "TrainingPlus" shows: For the first time more than 100,000 students undertake a dual course of study. A constant growth in programme provision and companies offering training places has also been recorded.
Both policy makers and trade and industry need to adopt measures to strengthen the status of vocational education and training in Germany. BIBB President Esser emphasised this on the occasion of the start of the new training year, which officially begins on 1 August.
Vocational schools face challenges such as demographic change, digitalisation, and the trend towards higher school leaving qualifications. BIBB investigated the current situation of the learning venue and of the various approaches adopted in the federal states in a national comparison.
Trainees are the focus of the BWP edition published for the start of the new training year. This issue presents suggestions and new ideas for addressing the target group as well as for the organisation of training.
Despite numerous measures to increase the number of women training in technical occupations, the proportion has not increased in more than 20 years. However, "typically female" technical occupations definitely exist, even if it is just a few.
Core elements of the dual system are used as a basis to illustrate perspectives for the development of vocational education and training in order to make skilled worker training in Germany a future-proof central pillar.