How does dual vocational training work? What are the objectives of international vocational training cooperation? You will find answers in our explanatory films. These are available in several languages - on the BIBB YouTube channel.
Two GOVET PowerPoint presentations are now also available in Albanian: the presentation on dual vocational training in Germany and the presentation on the stakeholders of the German VET system. The translations were developed by GIZ and are now available on the GOVET website.
Tanzania wishes to introduce dual vocational education and training based on the German model. A pilot project conducted by the Hamburg Chamber of Crafts and Trades is bringing young people up to speed. The plan now is for dual training to be introduced across the country on basis of the project.
Many countries are interested in the German Vocational Education and Training (VET) system. Germany meets the high international demand through a broad and diverse range of VET cooperation activities. The film shows why it is important to advocate for VET.
South Africa is making curricular development one of the core tasks of its future vocational education and training institute SAIVCET. Representatives from BIBB and GOVET met their South African partners in Pretoria to discuss how curricula are developed and who should have a say in the process.
The eyes of stakeholders from the field of technical and vocational education and training turned to the fourth Regional TVET Conference 2017 that was hosted this time by Myanmar. It took place from 13 to 14 June 2017 in Nay Pyi Taw, followed by a field trip in Yangon on 15 June 2017.
GOVET publishes its second annual report. The report presents the work results of the three fields of acticvities between 31st May 2015 and 31st December 2016. The report puts forward the rising global interest in German VET.
At the conference organised by the BIBB/GOVET for the review of international involvement, government departments discussed the successes and challenges faced over the course of their activities abroad with the press and a specialist audience.
GOVET often gets enquiries from stakeholders asking for documents and materials that are helpful in international VET cooperation. GOVET has therefore created the menu item "Tools". The new menu item gives more visibility to these documents.
Many countries are interested in the German VET system. This demand is met by the Federal Government through diverse VET cooperations. The film "Strengthening vocational education and training, creating opportunities — the international commitment of the Federal Government" introduces to them.
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