2 Dual Training at a Glance 1 Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) Mission: Education Research Overall responsibility for vocational training within the Federal Government Securing and developing dual training Research policy to enhance Germany s attractiveness Support for innovation
3 Dual Training at a Glance 1.1 The Federal Government provides support Meeting its overall responsibility for dual vocational training, the Federal Government provides financial support for various areas in order to secure training and its further development, for example for Inter-company training centres Innovation programmes to modernize training and promote its flexibility Young people with special needs Research projects in the area of vocational training
4 Dual Training at a Glance 2 Dual Training Training is mainly provided in the company supported by teaching in part-time vocational school (Berufsschule) Learning at both venues is governed by different but coordinated regulations. Company School
5 Dual Training at a Glance 2.1 Dual Training Learning in the company 3-4 days per week on the basis of training regulations within the framework of a training contract mainly at the workplace
6 Dual Training at a Glance Dual Training Training in a recognized training occupation may only be provided on the basis of the training regulations. (Section 4, para 2, Vocational Training Act, BBiG) The training regulations cover the following: State recognition of the occupation Designation of the occupation Duration of training Profile of the training occupation (minimum requirements) Overall training plan (outline of the syllabus and time schedule) Examination requirements
7 Dual Training at a Glance Dual Training The training contract covers the following in particular: Training period: as stipulated in the training regulations Beginning and end of training: the duration of training can be shortened or extended under certain conditions Training contents: A company training plan forms part of the contract (to which it is annexed) Termination of employment: trainees are largely protected against dismissal after the probationary period has expired Allowance paid to the trainee: amount is determined by the applicable collective agreement
8 Dual Training at a Glance 2.2 Dual Training Learning at school 1-2 days per week on average on the basis of a framework curriculum general and vocational knowledge is taught within the framework of compulsory education
9 Dual Training at a Glance Dual Training Vocational subjects (two thirds). The curriculum of part-time vocational schools includes General subjects (one third). Teaching follows an activity-based approach in fields of learning.
10 Dual Training at a Glance 3 From school to work Qualified jobs Full-time vocational schools Dual training Regulated vocational education and training Higher education Schools providing a general education
11 Dual Training at a Glance 3.1 From school to work General education General education Multi-track system with different types of school governed by Länder law The Conference of Länder Ministers of Education (KMK) decides on common approaches, inter alia regarding national recognition of types of school standards final qualifications Further information:
12 Dual Training at a Glance 3.2 From school to work Dual training Places of learning: Company and part-time vocational school Dual training Final qualification: State-recognized training occupation (chamber certificate) Prerequisites: Full compulsory education (no leaving certificate required) Duration: Two, three or three and a half years
13 Dual Training at a Glance 3.3 From school to work Full-time vocational schools Places of learning: School, additional practical work placement, if applicable Full-time vocational schools Final qualification: State-recognized occupation (school certificate) Prerequisites: Completion of general education, further requirements for specific occupations Duration: Two or three years
14 Dual Training at a Glance 3.4 From school to work Higher education Places of learning: Institutions of higher education, practical work placements included in some cases Higher education Degrees: Bachelor, Master, Magister Artium, Diplom, Staatsexamen Prerequisites: University entrance qualifications Duration: Between three and five years
15 Dual Training at a Glance 4 Training occupations in the dual system Training occupations an overview: There are training occupations for all sectors of the economy and administration. The training occupations are continuously updated. New occupations are created as required. Training occupations show different degrees of specialization. Training occupations are differentiated in keeping with actual needs. Training is centred on vocational competence.
16 Dual Training at a Glance 4.1 Training occupations in the dual system Training occupations for every sector 348 training occupations Industry Agriculture Commerce Health Skilled trades Office/administration
17 Dual Training at a Glance 4. 2 Training occupations in the dual system Changes in training occupations Examples of new or modernized training occupations: Specialist in market and social research (Fachangestellte/r für Marktund Sozialforschung) Geomatician (Geomatiker/Geomatikerin) Altogether 348 training occupations 45 of these newly created since modernized since 2001 Machine and plant operator (Maschinen- und Anlagenführer/in) Safety and security specialist (Fachkraft für Schutz und Sicherheit) Recycling and waste management technician (Fachkraft für Kreislaufund Abfallwirtschaft) Health services administrative assistant (Kaufmann/Kauffrau im Gesundheitswesen) Microtechnologist (Mikrotechnologe/ Mikrotechnologin)
18 Dual Training at a Glance 4.3 Training occupations in the dual system Training occupations show different degrees of specialization. Specialized occupations Specialized but broadly employable skills Occupations cutting across different branches e. g. custom tailor (Maßschneider/in) e. g. biology laboratory technician (Biologielaborant/in) e. g. industrial clerk (Industriekaufmann/kauffrau) e. g. mechatronics technician (Mechatroniker/in) e. g. office clerk (Bürokaufmann/ kauffrau)
19 Dual Training at a Glance 4.4 Training occupations in the dual system Training occupations are differentiated in keeping with actual needs. Uniform structure I Specialization wholesale trade clerk (Großhandelskaufmann/kauffrau) or Y foreign trade clerk (Außenhandelskaufmann/kauffrau) Different options e. g. optician (Augenoptiker/in) e. g. wholesale and foreign trade clerk (Groß- und Außenhandelskaufmann/kauffrau) e. g. chemical laboratory technician (Chemielaborant/in)
20 Dual Training at a Glance 4.5 Training occupations in the dual system Vocational competence Vocational competence Methodical skills Specialized skills Social skills Vocational training shall, through a systematic training programme, impart the vocational skills, knowledge and qualifications (vocational competence) necessary to engage in a form of skilled occupational activity in a changing working world. It shall also enable trainees to acquire the necessary occupational experience. Section 1, para (3) Vocational Training Act (BBiG)
21 Dual Training at a Glance 5 Arguments in favour of dual training Advantages for industry Advantages for young people
22 Dual Training at a Glance 5.1 Arguments in favour of dual training Advantages for industry Secures the skilled labour needed Reduces cost of settling-in Increases motivation and loyalty to company Job-specific qualification Productive performance of trainees
23 Dual Training at a Glance 5.2 Arguments in favour of dual training Advantages for young people Good prospects on the labour market Recognized certificate Practical orientation Payment of an allowance
24 Dual Training at a Glance 6 Division of responsibilities in dual training The most important developments in dual training are discussed jointly by the Federal Government, the Länder and industry. Results on which a consensus can be achieved are put into practice by all stakeholders in their respective spheres of competence. Action by all stakeholders is governed by statutory federal framework legislation, in particular the Vocational Training Act (BBiG). Federal Government Länder BBiG Employers Unions
25 Dual Training at a Glance 6.1 Division of responsibilities in dual training Federal framework legislation The Vocational Training Act (BBiG) is the Federal Government s legal framework for all provisions governing initial and continuing vocational training. Training in the company is also governed by labour law provisions such as the German Civil Code (BGB), Protection of Young Workers Act (JASchG), Protection of Working Mothers Act (MSchG).
26 Dual Training at a Glance 6.2 Division of responsibilities in dual training Federal Government BERLIN BONN recognizes training occupations by ordinance and stipulates binding requirements for training and examinations in the training regulations promotes measures to support dual training promotes vocational training research.
27 Dual Training at a Glance 6.3 Division of responsibilities in dual training Länder BREMEN SCHLESWIG- HOLSTEIN HAMBURG NIEDERSACHSEN MECKLENBURG- VORPOMMERN BRANDENBURG NORDRHEIN- WESTFALEN SACHSEN- ANHALT BERLIN HESSEN THÜRINGEN SACHSEN issue curricula for parttime vocational schools RHEINLAND- PFALZ SAARLAND finance teaching staff (local authorities: buildings and equipment) supervise chamber activities. BADEN- WÜRTTEMBERG BAYERN
28 Dual Training at a Glance 6.4 Division of responsibilities in dual training Industry Employers and unions draft proposals for the creation of new and the updating of existing training occupations nominate experts for participation in the drafting of training regulations negotiate provisions in collective agreements, for example, concerning the amount of allowance paid to trainees.
29 Dual Training at a Glance 6.5 Division of responsibilities in dual training Industry Self-governing bodies (chambers) advise the stakeholders in training supervise training in the company verify the aptitude of companies and training instructors register training contracts administer examinations.
30 Dual Training at a Glance 7 Facts and figures Dual training a model for success A majority of young people learn in the dual system Open to all school leavers Financed mainly by the companies
31 Dual Training at a Glance 7.1 Facts and figures A majority of young people learn in the dual system School students a good 66% Dual training Currently about 1.6 million trainees in 348 training occupations
32 Dual Training at a Glance 7. 2 Facts and figures Open to all school leavers No school leaving certificate: 4% Level of schooling completed by trainees when starting training Higher education entrance qualifications: 20% Secondary general school leaving certificate: 33% Intermediate school leaving certificate: 43%
33 Dual Training at a Glance 7.3 Facts and figures Companies 2007: 15.3 billion gross expenditure, 3.6 billion net expenditure Financing of dual training Länder 2007: 2.9 billion, 2010: 3.1 billion
34 Dual Training at a Glance 8 The history of vocational training Industry and commerce 1869: Compulsory vocational school attendance 19th century: Industrial training workshops Around 1920: Development of commercial training occupations Since 1969: Vocational Training Act Crafts and trades in ancient times Guilds in the Middle Ages Chamber of Crafts in 1897 Skilled trades
35 Dual Training at a Glance 8.1 The history of vocational training Ancient times Crafts and trades develop in many cultures; some of them still exist today.
36 Dual Training at a Glance 8.2 The history of vocational training Middle Ages In the German trade centres, the first guilds are formed which inter alia organize training.
37 Dual Training at a Glance 8.3 The history of vocational training 1869 The Trade Regulation Act of the North German Confederation provides that attendance at vocational school is compulsory for workers under 18 years of age.
38 Dual Training at a Glance 8.4 The history of vocational training 19th century In the second half of the 19th century, large mechanical engineering companies start providing systematic training in specific trades in their own training workshops.
39 Dual Training at a Glance 8.5 The history of vocational training 1897 The Craftspeople Protection Act provides that the Chambers of Crafts shall be responsible for supervising the training of apprentices and journeymen.
40 Dual Training at a Glance 8.6 The history of vocational training Around 1920 Dual training is introduced for commercial occupations modelled on training in the crafts.
41 Dual Training at a Glance 8.7 The history of vocational training Since 1969 The German Bundestag adopts the Vocational Training Act* as a national legal framework for all provisions governing dual training. * At the same time, the Crafts Code is amended accordingly.
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