Our intensive exam training offers competent and goal-oriented preparation on all exam levels. We will introduce you to the specific exam format and requirements of the exam.
Learn Anywhere is an easy-to-use and affordable collaboration solution that brings students into the classroom – even when that is not physically possible
Our trainers recognize the importance of creating a unique training environment to maximize learning potential and help students understand what they need to do to get a better future.
Our courses are designed corresponding to the levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)
German Lanuage Program
Vocational Diploma - GVET
What is a 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.
By Pursuing a dual vocational training program the employment prospects in Germany is very good.
Stages of Vocational Training
Vocational Training comprises Maximum 6 months of pre-program classes at our school and 3 years of on-the-job training at a company and. IAS teachers, instructors, and colleagues will give you all the support you need during your program. Classes include German, English, social studies and two-thirds of the classes specifically focus on subjects that are important for your future job.
Trainees have to attend an examination to assess what they have learned at school and how they have been able to apply this knowledge at the company they work for.
There will be final exams at the end of the training and as a rule, exams are held in German. After clearing the final exams, One stands a good chance of starting a successful career in Germany.
Pay during Vocational Training
Depending on occupation and region, On average a student pursuing a vocational training program, earns around 800 Euros -1150 Euros gross from the company they work for.
With each year of training, the salary will increase and part of the salary will be deducted for social security contributions and the income will be subject to income tax if one earns more than 9000 Euros.