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Role of the Enterprises and the Chamber Network regarding the Vocational Education and Training in Germany Workshop: “European Dialog – Chances and Challenges.

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1 Role of the Enterprises and the Chamber Network regarding the Vocational Education and Training in Germany Workshop: “European Dialog – Chances and Challenges of VET” Athens, 16th of November 2012

2 DIHK = umbrella organization of: 80 Chambers of Commerce and Industry in Germany (IHK) 120 Chambers of Commerce and Industry abroad (AHK) in over 80 countries on 5 continents About us – The Association of German Chambers of Commerce and Industry (DIHK)

3 The AHK network

4 The IHK network IHK – 80 Chambers in Germany 1 Aachen 2 Arnsberg 3 Aschaffenburg 4 Augsburg 5 Bayreuth 6 Berlin 7 Bielefeld 8 Bochum 9 Bonn 10 Braunschweig 11 Bremen 12 Bremerhaven 13 Chemnitz 14 Coburg 15 Cottbus 16 Darmstadt 17 Detmold 18 Dillenburg 19 Dortmund 20 Dresden 41 Kassel 42 Kiel 43 Koblenz 44 Köln 45 Konstanz 46 Krefeld 47 Leipzig 48 Limburg a. d. Lahn 49 Ludwigshafen 50 Lübeck 51 Lüneburg 52 Magdeburg 53 Mainz 54 Mannheim 55 München 56 Münster 57 Neubrandenburg 58 Nürnberg 59 Offenbach a. Main 60 Oldenburg 21 Düsseldorf 22 Duisburg 23 Emden 24 Erfurt 25 Essen 26 Flensburg 27 Frankfurt a. Main 28 Frankfurt (Oder) 29 Freiburg i. Br. 30 Fulda 31 Gera 32 Giessen 33 Hagen 34 Halle 35 Hamburg 36 Hanau 37 Hannover 38 Heidenheim 39 Heilbronn 40 Karlsruhe 61 Osnabrück 62 Passau 63 Pforzheim 64 Potsdam 65 Regensburg 66 Reutlingen 67 Rostock 68 Saarbrücken 69 Schwerin 70 Siegen 71 Stade 72 Stuttgart 73 Suhl 74 Trier 75 Ulm 76 Villingen-Schwenningen 77 Weingarten 78 Wiesbaden 79 Würzburg 80 Wuppertal

5 German VET benefits for companies -influence on content and organization -low recruitment costs -skilled workers supply assured  for trainees -employment market related training -salary -social skills included  for the state -lower costs for vocational training -lowest rate of unemployment in Europe  a perfect public-private-partnership

6 Facts and figures German economy spends approx. € 23 billion to gross per year on vocational training average costs of a trainee in the dual system a year: € approx companies providing training State spends approx. € 3 billion for vocational schools about 1,5 Mio. trainees altogether - over 60 % of school leavers in responsibility of the Chambers of Industry and Commerce: – work approx vocational training instructors – work over professional experts in the examination boards on a honorary basis

7 IHK Organization IHK – German Chambers of Industry and Commerce BasisIHK-act of 1956 StatusSelf administration of companies in democratic structures with members assembly, board, president and CEO ResponsibilityIHK-region Companiesin industry, trade and services Members3.6 m companies are IHK members by law paying an annual fee MandateBusiness promotion

8 Role of the IHKs in VET IHKs assure the quality in VET …  assess, certify and develop ability of companies to train  can withdraw the companies training permission  examine the instructors and control the examiners  promote the training  coordinate the training interests of companies  develop the training contents and the training system in cooperation with stakeholders, such as Ministries, Employers’ associations, Trade unions and others  organize and coordinate the public examinations  issue of public certificate Managed by the Chambers of Industry and Commerce

9 Chamber Enterprises State Youngsters Parents Unions Strike Schools Society Chamber

10 How does it work? integration-power of the Chambers balances and binds different interests Chambers guarantee VET standards and quality by organizing and certifying VET crucial prerequisite is: assures Chambers independency allows the self-administration of our modern economy perfect example of a working public-private-partnership compulsory membership

11 Conclusion German dual training is an excellent system for qualifying skilled workers it leads to a win-win-situation for companies, government and young people, altogether it is a very complex and balanced system it works only because of the compulsory membership of enterprises in Chambers of Commerce and Industry

12 Thank you very much! Questions?

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14 Contracts of apprenticeship 2011 Quelle: BIBB


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