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The Cedefop Mobility Scoreboard 2019 is now online. The monitoring tool provides country information on the conditions of mobility for IVET learners in Europe. Germany’s overall performance was upgraded to “very good”. ReferNet Deutschland and the National Agency at BIBB provided the relevant input.
The BWP Special Edition presents a selection of articles of particular interest to an international audience. They provide insights into current developments in German VET research and practice. This issue focuses on topics such as digital transformation, transitions to work and VET reforms.
Helsinki will host the fourth European Vocational Skills Week from 14 to 18 October 2019. You can be part of it by organising a national, regional or local event around the theme "Discover your talent".
gives an overview of the vocational educational and training (VET) system in Germany: external factors influencing VET; providing VET in a lifelong learning perspective; shaping VET qualifications and promoting participation in VET.
Teams of vocational training and education (VET) learners can once again share their VET experience in a photo story for a chance to win trips to the European Vocational Skills Week in Helsinki or to Thessaloniki for the opening of the International Film Festival.
At an international conference staged by BIBB in Siegburg on 3 and 4 April 2019, educational experts from the fields of politics and research highlighted the significance of cooperation between social partners and the state in vocational education and training.
The BIBB hosts its second conference on the economics of vocational education and training (VET) on 7-8 November 2019 in Siegburg. The conference will bring together researchers to discuss the most recent empirical and theoretical results.
The skills forecast reports summarise key future trends in jobs and skills for each EU Member State up to 2030: employment trends by sectors, occupational groups and educational levels as well as developments of the working age population. A common methodology ensures comparability of results.