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Participation in continuing vocational training

In the light of demographic development, accelerated technological progress and increasing globalisation, the general assumption is that lifelong learning will gain in importance compared to initial training and that there will need to be an increase in relevant activities in order to enable skills needs to be met in future.

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Around €18 billion from their own pocket – BIBB analysis on continuing vocational training

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Around €18 billion from their own pocket – BIBB analysis on continuing vocational training

A new BIBB analysis provides a comprehensive overview of the cost and benefits of continuing vocational training for participants. They contribute significantly to financing their continuing vocational training.

BIBB President Esser: “Continuing training – essential for the future world of work!”

Thursday, February 15, 2018

BIBB President Esser: “Continuing training – essential for the future world of work!”

The world of work of the future will require greater importance to be attached to continuing training. "Continuing training has long ceased being an option. It is now a must", BIBB President Esser was writing in the latest issue of BIBB's specialist journal BWP.

Keeping pace with social change

Friday, February 02, 2018

Keeping pace with social change

What sorts of provision and forms of learning are required in order to keep pace with the change that is occurring in the economy and in society? Answers are provided in the current issue of BWP.

Partners and strategies of cooperation

Friday, September 29, 2017

Partners and strategies of cooperation

How can companies support and foster the further professional and personal development of their employees? This issue of BWP focuses on career opportunities for skilled workers with vocational qualifications.