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    We are your point of contact for all questions involving initial and continuing vocational education and Training. Together with our qualified experts, we would be pleased to provide assistance that will facilitate your work.

The BIBB Press Office

Dear colleagues,
Welcome to the website of the BIBB Press Office!

Do you have questions about initial and continuing vocational education and training in Germany or about European VET policy? Are you looking for background information, basic statistical material or a competent contact?
You have come to the right address! The team at the BIBB Press Office is your point of contact for all questions involving initial and continuing vocational education and training. Together with our qualified experts, we would be pleased to provide assistance that will facilitate your work.

We look forward to helping you.
Your BIBB Press Office

Head of the Press Office:

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Andreas Pieper

Head, Staff Unit „Press and Public Relations“

Phone: +49 228 107-2801

Fax: +49 228 107-2982

Contact

Deputy:

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Dr. Thomas Leuchtenmüller

Deputy Head, Staff Unit „Press and Public Relations“

Phone: +49 228 107-2549

Fax: +49 228 107-2982

Contact

Current Press Releases

©GOVET

15/2019 | 30.04.2019

Who will save work?

BIBB and GOVET will be presenting innovative approaches and successful practical examples in VET at the “re:publica” Conference in Berlin from 6 to 8 May.

©BIBB

14/2019 | 12.04.2019

Germany and France pool vocational education and training research expertise

BIBB and its French partner institute CÉREQ have concluded a new cooperation agreement. In light of growing global challenges, BIBB and CÉREQ will pool their expertise via such vehicles as joint comparative and cross-border research projects.

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12/2019 | 10.04.2019

Dual VET – more contracts, but recruitment problems increase

Demand for training places by young people and young adults and the number of training places offered by companies both rose once again in 2018. Nevertheless, recruitment problems on the training market exacerbated further. These are the main outcomes of the 2019 BIBB Data Report.