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Vocational Training In Germany

Dual Vocational Training is a program that comprises theoretical as well as practical elements that gives one a real head start into their job. Vocational Training usually lasts between two and three and a half years and offer plenty of opportunity for on-the-job training and work experience. During the program, One would spend one or two days a week, or several weeks at once, at a vocational school (called Berufsschule) and will acquire the theoretical knowledge that one will need in their future occupation. The rest of the time will be spent at a company and one will get to know what the company does, learn how it operates and gets a chance to apply their newly acquired knowledge in practice and also find out if they can see themselves working there after completing their training.

n nursing students spend two days a week at a vocational school where they acquire the theoretical knowledge that they need in their future occupation. The rest of the time they work in a nursing home or hospital, where they get to apply their newly acquired knowledge in practice and learn how their work spaces operate.

Employment prospects for students who have completed a dual vocational training program are very good. That is why this kind of training is very popular with young Germans: around two-thirds of all German students leaving school go on to start a dual vocational training program.  After passing the final exams, students are recognized professionals in Europe and stand a good chance of starting a successful career in Germany.

The dual vocational training program in Germany comprise theoretical as well as practical elements. In Hotel & Gastronomy (HOGA) students spend 18 weeks per year at a vocational school where they acquire the theoretical knowledge that they need in their future occupation. The rest of the time they work in a Hotel, where they get to apply their newly acquired knowledge in practice and learn how their work place operates.

Employment prospects for students who have completed a dual vocational training program are very good. That is why this kind of training is very popular with young Germans: around two thirds of all German students leaving school go on to start a dual vocational training program.  After passing the finals exams, students are recognized professionals in Europe and stand a good chance of starting a successful career in Germany.

   

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