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Annual Internationalisation Report 2015 is published
The new report „Germany’s international collaboration in education and research – Priorities for the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and selected science organisations” (“Annual Internationalisation Report 2015”) has been released in November 2016.
It was developed by the DLR Project Management Agency on behalf of the Federal Ministry for Education and Research. In view of the ever increasing importance of international cooperation, the report analyses current priorities for main actors of the German science system. The report has the objective of accompanying the implementation of the Federal Government’s internationalisation strategy adopted in 2008 and of the "International Cooperation Action Plan" of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research from 2014.
The "Developing Skills for Employability with German Partners" brochures present eight vocational education and training success stories of German and international partners. The edition of the sector-specific success stories from the medical and geriatric care sector and from the renewables and cleantech sector are now available in Chinese and in Russian.
Thursday, November 17, 2016
7th Arab-German Education and Vocational Training Forum
iMOVE and Ghorfa welcomed approximately 250 education and training experts from Germany and Arab countries to the 7th Arab-German Education and Vocational Training Forum on the 5 and 6 October 2016 in Berlin, Germany. The event was opened by Minister of Education, Professor Johanna Wanka. This year the Forum was once again held under the auspices of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).
GOVET Presentation on Stakeholders of the German VET System now available in Spanish
The presentation "Motor de la formación profesional dual Cooperación de actores de la economía, el Estado y la sociedad" shows how the different stakeholders shape and drive Dual VET at the key "joints" of a vocational training system (legal framework, standards, implementation and assessment/certification).
Modernisation of Vocational Education and Training – The International Consultancy adopted by BIBB
For more than forty years, the Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Traning has helped secure people’s economic and professional future. As Germany’s national and international centre of competence for VET, BIBB has been offering advice and support on the reform of the vocational education and training systems of other countries since the 1990s.
In this process, consultancy is viewed in the context of an external impetus for systemic processes of change on the part of BIBB. An increasing trend is that government institutions and organisations from Germany and abroad have been approaching BIBB with questions concerning topics of VET. The success of the German system has found its basis in five core elements of dual VET. It is the objective of consultancy to align country-specific requirements to the core elements of dual VET in order to support reform processes in other countries.
Looking for "Training - Made in Germany"? The close collaboration between the German Chamber of Industry and Commerce Shanghai (AHK Shanghai) and iMOVE is your gateway to the German education and training industry. Find your point of contact in China on the new "Cooperation China" page in the iMOVE portal.
Monday, May 30, 2016
Qualification of Indian master trainers in three-year collaboration
bfz - Training and Development Centers of the Bavarian Employers' Associations gGmbH completes a contract for the Indian Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MoSDE) on the qualification of Indian master trainers. Read the iMOVE interview with Jens Kayser, Project Coordinator at bfz.
Friday, April 29, 2016
29 April: iMOVE Office India
Looking for "Training - Made in Germany"? The iMOVE Office India is your gateway to the German education and training industry. Find the right German partner for your proposals in the area of initial and continuing education and training.
Book Launch „India: Preparation for the world of work – Education System and school to work transition”
On 12th February 2016 Prof. Matthias Pilz (Ed.) invited to introduce the book "India: Preparation for the world of work - Education System and school to work transition". This book gives a perfect overview of all stages of the education and labour market system in India on the one hand. On the other hand the reader gets the opportunity of being informed about latest research finding on this topic in India. The distribution of the book is now possible.
In cooperation with Prof. Tara Nayana and Prof. K. Kumar the event took place at the renowned Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Bangalore. We welcomed more than ten authors and also Consul General Jörn Rohde from the German Consulate General in Bangalore.
On 16 - 17 February 2016, the Dutch EU Presidency held a conference in Amsterdam on Vocational Education and Training. The title of the conference was “Skills for a lifetime – towards a future proof VET”. “Internationalization of VET” was one of the three conference topics. GOVET was introduced in a workshop on mobility and cooperation outside of Europe. As a recent study by the EU Commission has shown, the German strategy on “one-stop” international VET cooperation is a good practice example for developing international cooperation in the field. GOVET was invited to share Germany’s practical experiences in the implementation of the strategy. GOVET representatives Ms Maren Verfürth and Mr. Philipp Lassig presented in particular experiences in the area of VET cooperation outside of Europe made by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). Messages were among other things: Internationalization of VET is a broad field, not only comprising mobility programs but also bilateral and regional cooperation as well as VET export. GOVET confirmed furthermore that internationalization of VET is highly important. Global challenges, such as the refugee crisis, the weak reputation of VET and the need to develop stronger VET systems by learning from others – all of this requires international cooperation. The conference participants were highly interested in GOVET. Conference results regarding internationalization of VET included recommendations to bring more stakeholders together and to build upon the many existing but little recognized cooperation activities. These recommendations will be included in the envisioned “New Skills Agenda” by the EU Commission.
“Interim conclusions on bilateral cooperation in VET” - article released in BWP 06/2015
In the 2012 memorandum relating to vocational education and training (VET) cooperation, seven European countries resolved to cooperate more closely with one another in response to youth unemployment and the shortage of skilled workers in Europe. Cooperation agreements have now been implemented in all partner countries. These reveal similarities and differences both in the content-related design as well as in the nature and speed of implementation. A newly released article by Dr. Claudia Schreier in BWP 06/2015 draws some initial interim conclusions based on experiences of the German Office for International Cooperation in VET (GOVET) at BIBB.
The "Developing Skills for Employability with German Partners - 8 Success Stories from the Medical and Geriatric Care Sector" brochures presents eight vocational education and training success stories of German and international partners. Read the new edition of the sector-specific success stories from the medical and geriatric care sector.
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