COVID-19 is creating serious challenges for the vocational education and training systems. GOVET has been investigating the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic on VET and on the labour market in selected countries since April 2020.
More than 100 participants took part in an online GOVET workshop on “Recognition of qualifications”. BIBB-Experts from the “Recognition of Foreign Professional Qualifications” Division informed on best practice, on the general prevailing conditions and empirical evidence
One year after introducing comprehensive TVET reforms, Ghana uses the TVET Expo to take stock of the situation. What has been achieved in the meantime? One result of this work is the first Ghanaian Vocational Education and Training Report, which has been prepared with support by GOVET.
Virtually nothing can shake a solid cooperation agreement – not even a pandemic. Both sides of the German-Russian bilateral Working Group on Vocational Education and Training, which GOVET supports on behalf of the BMBF, were able to report further progress one year after their last online meeting.
The presentation on dual vocational training in Germany is updated with a new look in eight languages (AR, CH, D, EN, ES, FR, HEB, IT). The presentation is one of the most used GOVET products to illustrate the dual education system in Germany and abroad. Downloads are available as PPT oder PDF.
The virtual delegation visit of a group from Morocco was themed "Training regulations and how they are created". From 29 June to 1 July, experts from research and practice presented the development, implementation and evaluation of training occupations in Germany.
Our new landing page offers materials, films and presentations on VET in Germany for our target groups from Arabic-speaking countries. / تقدم صفحتنا المقصودة الجديدة المواد والأفلام والعروض التقديمية لمجموعاتنا المستهدفة من البلدان الناطقة باللغة العربية.
In Ghana, the profession of welder is one that is mainly chosen by men. Nevertheless, Mariatu from Accra wanted to become a welder. What challenges did the young woman face during her training? In a short film, GIZ talks to Mariatu and her trainer.
What is important in the transition from school to work? Why do young people choose dual VET? What further development opportunities are there afterwards? GOVET spoke in eight video interviews with apprentices, trainers and project leaders from the field of technology.
Robotics and automation, artificial intelligence, big data: ‘Future of work’ is currently an important issue for the future development of TVET in development cooperation. A paper published by GIZ analyses six studies that have addressed this issue, while focusing on aspects with a bearing on TVET.
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