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BIBB: Recognition in Germany


Initiative acts to:
  • Ensuring equal access to the TVET system for all, including disadvantaged and vulnerable groups

Initiative description
The German Federal Government launched the “Recognition in Germany” portal to improve labour market access for people from migrant backgrounds. The multilingual portal provides users with information about the procedures for recognition of professional qualifications acquired outside of Germany. A pathway towards professional recognition is beneficial both for immigrants in their job searches and for the German economy which continues to face skills shortages. The portal also supports the staff of recognition counselling services, job centres and employment agencies in their daily work.




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Overview of the initiative
Implemented by: Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB)
From/until: 2012/open
Country:Germany
Email contact: Julia Lubjuhn
lubjuhn (at) bibb.de

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page date 2019-09-03



 

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