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GOVET goes YouTube

GOVET is expanding its audiovisual offer and is now available on YouTube with an English and German channel. GOVET /en/ and GOVET /de/ deal with the international working world of today and tomorrow - and the importance of vocational training. In up to 11 languages.

GOVET goes YouTube

Dual VET, action orientation, international cooperation in VET, digitisation, mobility, sustainability: these are just a few of the topics on which you will find films on the YouTube channels of the German Office for International Cooperation in Vocational Education and Training at the Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB).

You will find these playlists on the overview page of our channels:

Dual vocational training and international VET cooperation

What will our future working world look like? Why is international cooperation in VET important? And how does dual vocationa training actually work in Germany? You can find answers here.
Go to the playlist on GOVET /en/

Playlists (DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, RU)

Sorted by language you will find on GOVET /en/ and GOVET /de/ playlists in English, French, German, Italian, Russian and Spanish. More will follow shortly.
Go to the playlist on GOVET /en/

5 Recommendations

In this playlist you will find videos from stakeholders in international VET cooperation. Films about vocational training projects in other countries, explanatory films on core topics in VET or interviews with vocational training experts. It is worth taking a look at this playlist!
Go to the playlist on GOVET /en/

You can find more information on our films below.

Dual VET - Vocational Education and Training in Germany (11 languages)

Dual VET - Vocational Education and Training in Germany (11 languages)

The training of skilled workers in Germany's dual vocational training system is an important basis for the country's strong economy. But what does dual mean? And how exactly does dual vocational training work? In the following explanation film GOVET provides answers.

International VET cooperation (11 languages)

International VET cooperation (11 languages)

Many countries are interested in the German VET system. The film presents the diverse range of VET cooperation activities of the German Federal Government. It explains the objective of the German Federal Government and presents several of its projects in partner countries.

Improving Training Quality Together (DE, EN, RU)

Improving Training Quality Together (DE, EN, RU)

How can the quality of training be improved? Why should one advocate for binding standards? The film was made as part of a project in the hairdressing trade within the framework of the German-Russian cooperation of the BMBF.

My experience abroad during vocational training (DE, EN, RU)

My experience abroad during vocational training (DE, EN, RU)

Why going abroad during vocational training? Karina Küster is 24 years old and a trainee hairdresser in her third year. She travelled to Moscow and took part in demonstration examinations there. In the film she talks about her experiences.

Action orientation in VET (DE, EN, RU)

Action orientation in VET (DE, EN, RU)

Action-orientation is one of the basic principles of vocational training. It shows how the method of complete action can be conveyed. The film explains how knowledge can be taught in relation to real work processes. Six films explain how competent occupational action can be conveyed.

Trainees filming Dual VET in four countries (DE, GR, IT, RU)

Trainees filming Dual VET in four countries (DE, GR, IT, RU)

Trainees in the field of media design from Germany created movies about dual VET in Greece, Italy, Russia and Slovakia. The contest was supported by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, organized and aligned by GOVET at the BIBB.

Films about vocational training in different countries (DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, RU)

Films about vocational training in different countries (DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, RU)

We provide films on important topics of vocational training in different languages. Digitisation, action orientation, training quality and mobility are just a few examples.