News about VET from Germany

We provide the latest news about vocational training from Germany and international collaboration with German partners.

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More women in the world of craft trades

Girls and women are challenging stereotypes in the craft trades. They are removing prejudice by completing training in a "typical male" craft trade occupation. Take 19-year-old Marit Westphal for instance.

Students experience education in a new dimension

VR goggles to help learners with careers guidance and provide continuing education and training.

Promoting Sustainable Development through Green TVET and Green Productivity in Developing Countries

Sustainable development is a key goal for many developing countries, as it involves balancing economic, social, and environmental considerations in order to promote long-term prosperity and well-being.

Tourism: modern vocational training as a solution to the shortage of skilled workers

The tourism industry offers many training opportunities and yet struggles with declining training numbers. On the other hand, dual training secures the skilled workers of tomorrow - but how exactly is it implemented? GOVET visited companies, schools and chambers with a delegation from Costa Rica.

Promoting Innovation in TVET through Education and Industry Fairs: Lessons from Germany

Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) plays a vital role in equipping individuals with the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in today's workforce.

New institutional cooperation: BIBB cooperates with the Commission for TVET Ghana

BIBB maintains cooperation agreements with a total of 32 vocational training and research institutes worldwide. The latest addition is the cooperation with Ghana, building upon the committed cooperation of GOVET and CTVET.

Using ISO Standards to Green Technical Vocational Education and Training Systems in Developing Countries

Climate change is a major global challenge, and addressing it will require the efforts of individuals and organizations around the world.

Skilled worker shortage in the water and wastewater industry – a worldwide challenge

Water is a vital raw material and a human right. Within the context of global efforts to secure a supply of skilled workers for such a key resource, multipliers from sub-Saharan Africa undertook an expert visit to look at various aspects of initial and continuing training in the (waste)water sector in Germany.

A reinforcement of Germany's commitment to vocational education and training in Ghana – the educataGhana 2022

This years educataGhana offered an attractive and forward-looking picture to its specialist audience by showcasing a number of remarkable further developments in vocational education and training (VET), such as the first TVET Report. It also shows the success of bilateral VET cooperation with German institutions.