What do the Minister of Education Anja Karliczek, BIBB President Professor Esser and Martin Schulz have in common? Visitors to the didacta Italia found the answer to be simply “incredibile”! GOVET provided plenty of insights into the dual system, established contacts and presented proud trainees.
Trainee hairdressers from Germany and Russia were awarded a joint certificate from their national professional associations in a special ceremony hosted at the Kremlin in October. Perhaps we can now visit a “Parikmacher” for our next stylish haircut…
From 18th to 20th October 2018, GOVET presents its German-Italian vocational training cooperation at didacta Italia, in Florence. On behalf of the Federal Ministry of Education, GOVET offers a wide range of information and a comprehensive programme on all aspects of dual vocational training.
During a festive ceremony on June 21st 2018, the Afghan President Ashraf Ghani awarded the head of the TVET project Dr. Gustav Reier with the Mir Masjidi Khan state medal. The Mir Masjidi Khan Medal is Afghanistan's second highest civilian award.
As part of re:publica 2018, GOVET organized a panel discussion with international guests from Israel, Russia and the USA. The discussion moderated by BIBB research director Prof. Hubert Ertl focused on vocational education and training in times of digitalization. The video is available on Youtube.
GOVET will be present at the re:publica in Berlin between 2 and 4 May to inform visitors about international cooperation in vocational education and training in the era of digitalisation. Follow our live discussions on the web.
GOVET is referring to its current public tender (commissioned by BMBF) for the performance of a study on establishing the status of research in VET in Sub-Saharan Africa. Recommendations for the strategic orientation of VET cooperation shall be developed. The study has to be in German language.
The first “Talent Pool Asia” opened its doors in Hamburg on 2 March 2018. The focus of the conference – held under the auspices of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) – was discussion between partners on successful VET cooperation, and the prospects for future collaboration.
On 11 April 2018 iMOVE will host the "Case Talk: How do German SME clusters implement apprenticeships?" The webinar discusses aspects of the implementation of these programmes and how SMEs are using this approach to prepare for the skills demands of the future. Join the discussion.
As our last Online Talk on Financing VET was well received and our speakers were asked for further details on the Dual System, apprenticeships and their long term social and economic benefits, we provided a Follow-Up that you can find now on our website.
Our world of work is undergoing fundamental change in the wake of digitalisation. What will this mean for vocational education and training? Representatives of VET from Germany and five partner countries discussed this topic on the BMBF's Peer Learning Platform organised by GOVET.
Why should companies invest in apprenticeships? How much does it cost to train? How do companies profit from their trainees? You can find answers in the GOVET presentation on Costs and benefits aspects in Dual VET.
Materials, films and presentations on vocational training can be found on our French landing page. / Sur notre page d'accueil vous trouvez des matériaux, films et présentations sur la formation professionnelle: www.govet.international/fr
Materials, films and presentations on vocational training can be found on our Spanish landing page / En nuestro sitio web encontrará materiales, películas y presentaciones sobre la formación profesional: www.govet.international/es
Dual vocational training is of great importance for Germany. It enables job-oriented training and thus makes a significant contribution to Germany's competitiveness. GOVET provides facts and figures on vocational education and training in Germany at a glance.
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