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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:

Portrait: Andreas Pieper

Andreas Pieper

Stabstelle "Strategic Communication, Press and Public Relations"

Phone: +49 228 107-2801

Fax: +49 228 107-2982

Contact

Deputy:

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Susanne Walter

Stabstelle "Strategic Communication, Press and Public Relations"

Phone: +49 228 107-2404

Fax: +49 228 107-2970

Contact

Current Press Releases

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43/2018 | 16.08.2018

Trainees abroad

Vocational education and training across borders: In the latest issue of its specialist journal "BWP" with a special focus on international mobility, the BIBB carries out a more detailed investigation of how many trainees in which occupations avail themselves of the opportunity to train abroad.

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42/2018 | 31.07.2018

Esser: “Small businesses face particular challenges”

The BIBB has used a data-based simulation to investigate the issue of which businesses would be affected by a minimum training remuneration and how high the anticipated cost increase might be for companies. Result: Small businesses face particular challenges.

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41/2018 | 26.07.2018

New training year begins with 25 updated occupations

The new training year officially gets underway on 1 August. It will also feature no fewer than 25 re-regulated occupations, including the entirely new option of “management assistant in e-commerce”. BIBB President Esser: “Pace of adaptation is increasing because of digitalisation”.