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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.
The 8th VET Congress staged by BIBB on 7 and 8 June takes place in Berlin under the motto "Learning for the future. VET of tomorrow - experience innovations". Online Registration is available with immediate effect, the early bird price offer ends on 21 April.
In emerging countries, e-learning modules are being used with increasing frequency in private and public educational institutes. This makes it possible to standardise the various levels of prior knowledge at a higher level and ensure everyone achieves their learning objectives.
Henry Ford once said, “Coming together is a beginning, keeping together is progress, working together is success.” Professor Cornelia Oertle used this quotation in the opening remarks she delivered as host of the 2018 Contact seminar of German speaking VET research institutions.
Our world of work is undergoing fundamental change in the wake of digitalisation. What will this mean for vocational education and training? Representatives of VET from Germany and five partner countries discussed this topic on the BMBF's Peer Learning Platform organised by GOVET.
The importance of the Vietnam TVET Report as a policy advisory instrument was emphasized at a meeting with the National Institute for Vocational Education and Training (NIVET), experts from BIBB and GIZ “Programme Reform of TVET in Vietnam” during a week-long mission and coaching session in January.
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.
The Vietnam TVET Report 2015 is the fourth report that provides information on VET activities in Vietnam. While the report reflects multi-dimensional issues of vocational education and training activities, it focuses on the development of high quality TVET institutes in the system.