Latest news about vocational training from Germany and international collaboration with German partners. iMOVE News RSS http://www.imove-germany.de en-US Karliczek: We are shaping local futures with education and training

The Federal Ministry of Education is providing immediate support to municipalities in their work on education and training with two innovative projects.

http://www.imove-germany.de/en/news.htm?content-url=/en/Karliczek-We-are-shaping-local-futures-with-education-and-training.htm 2021-01-18T12:00+02:00 iMOVE
Qualifications for Future – climate change as an occupation

Off to a sustainable start with dual training occupations 

http://www.imove-germany.de/en/news.htm?content-url=/en/Qualifications-for-Future-climate-change-as-an-occupation.htm 2021-01-15T12:00+02:00 iMOVE
"I view the world in a different way"

33-year-old Marcel Kunze from Derne, Germany, has been deaf since birth. He is only able to work with the help of a hearing prosthesis. He had actually wanted to retrain as a train driver but it all turned out differently.

http://www.imove-germany.de/en/news.htm?content-url=/en/I-view-the-world-in-a-different-way.htm 2021-01-13T12:00+02:00 iMOVE
When supported, part-time training produces successful outcomes

Part-time training is also an option but is rarely used. The Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB) has taken a look at the structures and developments. 

http://www.imove-germany.de/en/news.htm?content-url=/en/When-supported-part-time-training-produces-successful-outcomes.htm 2021-01-06T12:00+02:00 iMOVE
Refugees in Essen learn how wind power works

In the "Empower refugees" project, refugees have completed their training at the KWS PowerTech Training Center. Employment prospects are good. 

http://www.imove-germany.de/en/news.htm?content-url=/en/Refugees-in-Essen-learn-how-wind-power-works.htm 2021-01-04T12:00+02:00 iMOVE