Why Gotogermany for higher education in germany

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.

  

Programs Available With Us

  • LabTechnician
  • phlebotomist
  • front-office reception
  • House keeping 
  • Front Office  Receptionist
  • Back office
  • Chef
  • Kitchen hand
  • Plumber
  • Tile layer
  • Carpenter
  • General construction labourer
  • Electrician
  • Mechanic
  • Mechatronics
  • Wheel and tyre specialists
  • Hvac technician
  • Automobile engineers

26 Comments

    • admin

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      4 weeks to 6 weeks depending on the category of visa and number of application council receives.

  1. Ashok

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    I am studying 12th standard in CBSE school.I am finishing school this April. I want to study automobile engineering in Germany. How can I do it?

  2. Rajat

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    I am living in Dubai. I am doing 12th standard in IB syllabus. I want to study MBBS in Germany. Is it possible? What should I do?

  3. Ranjini

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    I have completed my 12th standard in 2019, then I was preparing for NEET. I’m unable to crack NEET. Can I go to Germany and study MBBS? For that what I need to do?

  4. Heera

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    I completed my computer engineering in 2019. Now, I want to go to Germany to work. When I consulted to your office. I got to know that I have to take part in any of the training program(AR/VR Training Program OR Data Science Training Program). I decided to take part in AR/VR training program. May I know when will the AR/VR training program begins?

    • admin

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      Yes, of course, I’m glad that you chose AR/VR training with us. Well, our AR/VR training program begins on 4th April 2020 and you should enrol 2 weeks before, to avoid any disappointment. Be in touch with go to Germany.

  5. Kiran

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    I have already enrolled in the AR/VR Training Program with go to Germany. May I know what are the timings for this training program?

    • admin

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      Yes, of course, I’m glad that you have enrolled for AR/VR training program with go to Germany. The timing for AR/VR Training Program is

      Daily between 8:30 am and 5:30 pm

      Morning : 8:30 am to 12:30 pm Classroom Lecture

      Afternoon : 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm Practical/Lab

  6. Rutuja

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    I have already enrolled in AR/VR Training Program with go to Germany. May I know about the online timing for this training as I won’t be able to attend face-to-face lectures?

    • admin

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      Yes, of course, I’m glad that you have enrolled for AR/VR training program with us. The timing for our online classes is

      Daily between 8:30 am and 5:30 pm

      And current day class will be on YouTube the next day.

  7. Tejas

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    I’m from Assam. I want to do AR/VR Training with go to Germany. May I know is there any accommodation facility near your training centre?

    • admin

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      Yes, we have accommodation facilities for our candidates who wants to do AR/VR training with us and comes from other parts of India. We have tie-up with guest house near our area. You will be provided with breakfast, lunch and dinner for the number of days you stay in the guest house.

  8. Anu

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    I’ve enrolled for AR/VR training program with go to Germany. May I know how many classes I need to attend per week?

    • admin

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      The classes are 5 days per week and the timing for AR/VR Training Program is

      Daily between 8:30 am and 5:30pm

      Morning 8:30 am to 12:30 pm Classroom Lecture

      Afternoon 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm Practical/Lab

  9. Rahul

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    Is german language training mandatory? If I want to apply for IT jobs in Germany. Does gotogermany provides this training?

    • admin

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      Yes, German language training is mandatory because for enrolling in any course or to get job will require at least B1 level certification in German Language. We are providing German language training to all our candidates who are willing to go to Germany through gotogermany.in.

    • admin

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      Yes and No. Yes this Rs.30,000 will cover your application & University selection process. Most of state Universities in Germany are free of cost except a nominal application fee. Also Germany is offering now more free English taught programs. Living costs is the only thing that needs to be covered by the student. Students need to open a blocked account and deposit 10,236€ (853€ per month) to cover the living costs. Germany also allows students to do part-time jobs (20 hours per week). The nominal hourly wages are 9.35€/hr.

    • admin

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      With us your chances are very good. As we not only help you in the application process for English taught programs also for German taught and as well as in private partner Universities. For English taught programs the chances vary anywhere between 10 to 85% depending on the course selection, seats availability, number of candidates applying, reputation of the university and much more factors.

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