Business Segment “Vocational Education and Training (VET)”
VET and professional mobility are amongst our core issues.
In an international scale, we give advice to decision-makers in the VET sector, we search and place VET experts and design and execute projects and programmes.
What makes the German VET system unique?
What makes the German VET system unique is that theoretical education at school and practical education are intermeshed and time-shared.
The role of our shareholders’ network in VET
The German chambers and business associations, i.e. our shareholders’ network, play an outstanding and significant role within the German VET system. They are providing expertise, experts and trainers to us which we bundle and offer to our clients:
53 regional chambers of skilled crafts and small businesses are responsible for 150 trades. They operate 570 VET centres with 80,000 fully equipped work places for the practical training.
80 regional chambers of commerce and industry are empowered to certify 250 occupations. They operate 300 VET centres.
The chambers monitor the in-company training part, issue examination regulations and certificates, conduct exams, and participate in the development of standards and curricula.
- The member associations of BDA and BDI are also actively engaged in the area of vocational training focussing on specific target groups.
We execute our VET projects both within the European Union as well as in developing countries, worldwide.
According the our clients’ demand and in close cooperation with the VET organisations of the German chambers and business associations we offer
- Situation analysis
- Masterplan development
- Establishment of VET centres
- Curricula development
- Trainings for students and trainers
- Search and Placement of VET experts and trainers
- Implementation of Mobility programs for apprentices, non-academic post-graduates, specialists and managers
For further information you may contact Susanne Sattlegger, firstname.lastname@example.org or at +49 (0228) 98238-12.