The new training year is commencing — during the coronavirus pandemic. Nevertheless, despite this challenging period for companies and for trainees, dual training remains attractive. What is the current situation in the training market? Is it still worth applying?
Federal Education Minister Anja Karliczek came together with her European counterparts for an informal meeting. What was on the agenda? What objectives is Germany pursuing during its Presidency of the Council of the European Union in the education sector? Here is an overview of important FAQs.
Digitalization is changing our everyday work lives and occupations. It has introduced new processes and shifting requirements to the world of work such as Big Data, Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, drones and computer-aided tools.
There is huge uncertainty among trainees and applicants. Some worry about their qualifications, others that the training market will take a hit. The coronavirus crisis has made it harder for companies and young people to come together.
Vocational education and training (VET) is more than just a worthwhile alternative to academic study. From this autumn, there will be proof of this in the new Chambers of Industry and Commerce (IHK) training centre in Dillingen, Germany.