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4 Sep
2020

Digital study exchange in the field of Vocational Education and Training (VET) between German and Albanian institutions

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Digital study exchange in the field of Vocational Education and Training (VET) between German and Albanian sister institutions. For the first time, a digital study visit took place today in the framework of cooperation in the field of VET between BIBB (German Federal Institute for VET) and AKAFPK (National Agency for Education, Vocational Training and Qualifications), with the support of GIZ -ProSEED. More than 25 participants representing BIBP, AKAFPK and other partners from Germany and Albania, participated in a 2-day study exchange where the main topics were the dual VET system in Germany and its digitalization. The purpose of the meeting was to exchange experience in the field of VET and the acquisition of best practices from the German experience, especially digitalization in teaching curricula to better adapt to market and labor requirements in the system of Vocational Education and Training in Albania .

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