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The Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB) conducts surveys with school leavers and applicants on a regular basis in order to research transitions to vocational education and training. In addition, the BIBB Transition Study serves as data base for analysing progressions of training and tranisitions.
The BIBB/BA Applicant Survey shows what young people want from their future training company: the wishes are rather conservative - and can also be fulfilled by SMEs. Most importantly, a good working atmosphere and high chances of permanent employment.
During the period from 2004 to 2016, young migrants were significantly less successful in securing a training place than young people not from a migrant background. Last year, progression rates fell back to the very low level experienced in 2004.
The increase in the transition phase between school and training is mainly due to programmes supporting German language learning for young refugees and immigrants. The BIBB Data Report again provides a range of facts and figures on all areas of initial and continuing vocational education and training.
The Data Report includes comprehensive information and analyses on the development of initial and continuing vocational education and training in Germany. It supplements the annual Federal Government Report on Vocational Education and Training.
Young people are aware that occupations have an influence on future earnings potential and career prospects. With two related occupations to choose from, it is often these aspects which tip the balance. These are the results of a BIBB research project.
A BIBB analysis of success in the search for an apprenticeship position shows: work placements and personal contact are the most succesful means. One in four young people found a training position via a work placement in 2014. There are differences according to school leaving qualification.