News about VET from Germany

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Flexible, versatile and the perfect fit

New training regulation for the occupation of audio-visual media producer

Updating orthopaedic technology in Tanzania

The Saar-Lor-Lux environmental centre (UWZ), part of the Saarland Chamber of Crafts and Trades, is working in Tanzania as part of a vocational education and training partnership.

Significance and contribution of VET in the Corona crisis

Employees with vocational qualifications are contributing significantly to maintaining the German economy and to ensuring that fundamental basic needs are met.

F+U Unternehmensgruppe is among the world's top 50 training companies

International award for the F+U Unternehmensgruppe! Iba is proud to report that its parent company has been recognised as one of the world's top 50 training companies at the Global Forum for Education and Learning (GFEL) in Dubai.

Karliczek: Recognition counselling abroad supports acquisition of skilled workers

BMBF to fund counselling of skilled workers at 10 chambers of foreign trade.

Over 100 Chinese teachers in Hamburg for advanced vocational training in robotics

In cooperation with the Heinze Akademie, Marc Casper from the Institute for Vocational and Business Education (IBW), part of the Faculty of Education, hosted a delegation from China.

The new IT occupations are here!

Updated training regulations enter into force on 1 August 2020

Germany's best trainers in 2019

The German business magazine Capital has recognised Germany's best training companies. Results suggest that other sectors certainly have a thing or two to learn from engineering.

Lifelong learning and new skills for future jobs a Croatian EU Presidency priority

Croatia assumed the six-month rotating Presidency of the Council of the European Union for the first time on 1 January and its programme for 'A strong Europe in a world of challenges' includes priorities related to education, lifelong learning, skills and the labour market.

Why CLAAS of Omaha Chose a German-Based Apprenticeship Program

The manufacturer of agriculture products favors the proven high standard method of training.

How European countries manage apprenticeships to respond to the coronavirus crisis

Cedefop's community of apprenticeship experts launched an internal consultation on how European countries are managing apprenticeships in the current health emergency due to the coronavirus pandemic.

"Discovering your own talent"

Shyamal Majumdar, UNESCO expert from Bonn, on the fight against youth unemployment