News

News

Skilled workers for Africa

Unique vocational education and training programme launched in Nigeria

Beginning a course of dual training

Germany's dual training system is also on offer abroad, for example at the FEDA Madrid vocational school, Spain. Let us introduce you to it.

Winter examination

244 examinees have qualifications in the bag

VET success stories

VET success stories

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Ernst Klett Präsenzlernen Osteuropa GmbH

Why German training providers?

German VET providers are experts for work-based training. They offer a broad range of services and products:

  • Consultancy on setting-up and managing training institutions and centers
  • Workshop design and equipment
  • Training and instructional material and media
  • Design and adaptation of business-oriented curricula and syllabi
  • VET programmes
  • Upskilling of the existing workforce
  • Train-the-trainer programmes
  • Development and installation of quality assurance systems in VET
  • Introduction of internationally recognized certification standards 
Who we are

Who we are

iMOVE is a networking platform initiated by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) in order to enhance international cooperation in VET between German training providers and international partners.

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iMOVE - at your service worldwide

iMOVE - at your service worldwide

iMOVE operates worldwide. Contact the iMOVE regional representatives in China and India directly.

At a glance – selected downloads

At a glance – selected downloads

Developing Skills for Employability with German Partners - 8 Case Studies

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Mobility and Logistics Sector

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Train-the-Trainer Solutions

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E-Learning Solutions, Learning with Digital Media