News about VET from Germany

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GESAwards honor German training provider platform3l

Prize granted for digital learning solution which detects and closes individual skills gaps

The Osnabrück training region is proud of its successful model for ensuring the supply of skilled workers

Interim review of the internet portal: the full-service package for young people, businesses, parents and schools

Schwandorf partner school hosts Nairobi delegation

A partnership between the Vocational Training Centre in Schwandorf and the Nairobi Technical Training Institute is now a few months old. As part of this, a delegation from Kenya has now arrived in the district.

Vocational education and training increasingly focused on sustainability

Dercks: Many occupations becoming even more attractive, new offers in development

Palatinate Chamber of Skilled Crafts hosts Swiss vocational education and training experts

16 students at the Swiss Federal University for Vocational Education and Training (SFUVET) in Bern participated in an exchange with the Platinate Chamber of Skilled Crafts.

Prize for innovative sustainability and digitalisation concepts

The 2022 Hermann-Schmidt prize is awarded to companies, vocational schools or cooperative arrangements which have excelled themselves specifically in the areas of sustainability or digitalisation in training and continuing education.

Working successfully worldwide

Experts can use new competence toolkit to internationalise occupations in regulation procedures

Chamber of Industry and Commerce honours outstanding trainees

Twelve trainees from the Heinsberg district were pleased with top grade of "very good". 

"We need more individual and more flexible models"

Many young people do not make the transition directly from school into vocational education and training. They should therefore be given specific support in the transition sector.