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The Federal Institute for Vocational Education and training is actively involved in helping to shape the European Education Area. BIBB implements and pilots the European instruments EQF, ECVET and EQAVET.
German vocational education and training and the dual system in particular provide a clever and efficient way of combining company-based and school-based learning and have rightly been attracting worldwide interest for some time.
Both domestic and foreign government institutions and organisations have been turning to the BIBB for many years with questions on all issues concerning vocational education and training - and this shows no sign of stopping.
International mobility of learners in VET is in increasing demand. What are the associated expectations, and what benefits can a period of time spent abroad offer? The articles included in this issue trace policy debate.
In Germany, 5.3 percent of all initial VET graduates in 2017 had some mobility experience during their training. This is one key result of a research study published by the National Agency for the Erasmus+ Programme at the Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (NA at the BIBB).
On 15 July, the 4. World Youth Skills Day took place, which was organised by the United Nations together with World Skills International. As part of this event, the Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training took part in the "SkillsInAction Photo Competition".
With the title of “Education = Vocational Education and Training?!” the main focus of the event was accordingly placed on the changing nature of the relationship between VET and general education. BIBB took part in the debate on the future of VET systems in the German-speaking countries.
During a festive ceremony on June 21st 2018, the Afghan President Ashraf Ghani awarded the head of the TVET project Dr. Gustav Reier with the Mir Masjidi Khan state medal. The Mir Masjidi Khan Medal is Afghanistan's second highest civilian award.
In light of the ongoing international debates on "Greening TVET" and "Sustainability of TVET" participants of the UNEVOC Leadership Programme visited the BIBB pilot project "FOENAKO" to learn about the application of sustainability integration in TVET training in Germany.
Groups of vocational education and training (VET) learners can share their photo stories with Cedefop (European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training) for a chance to win a trip to Vienna or Thessaloniki. Don't miss out on your chance to take part! Submit your entries until 15 July 2018.
Over two days, the BIBB led their cooperation partners from Paraguay and Colombia on a tour through Berlin to various stakeholders involved in dual vocational education and training. This study visit enabled the BIBB to support both countries in the introduction of country-specific dual training.
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