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Vocational training: Promotion in dual training
Source: Zuständigkeitsfinder Schleswig-Holstein (Linie6PLus)
The state's employment program for the years 2014 to 2020 focuses on securing and recruiting skilled workers, supporting the integration of people into the primary labour market and promoting the potential of young people. Schleswig-Holstein is also promoting vocational training with the following priorities, among others:
- LPA C3: "Promotion of regional training support"
Regional training support, which serves to establish and maintain training places and prevent young people from dropping out of training, is available in nine state-wide advisory regions to advise and support young people. The aim is to prevent young people from dropping out of training or to support their reintegration into the training market after they have already dropped out. Funding is provided to non-profit institutions, registered associations and other legal entities under private or public law that have many years of specific knowledge and experience in the field of supporting and mentoring young people during their initial training and can provide neutral and expert advice. By promoting regional training support to advise and support disadvantaged young people during their training, the aim is to resolve conflicts that arise during training. In this way, it should be possible to convince company owners and young people in personal discussions to continue training and to maintain the companies' willingness to train.
- LPA C5: "Promotion of inter-company apprentice training in the skilled trades - ÜLU"
Many of the small craft businesses in Schleswig-Holstein are not in a position to cover the required range of training and would therefore not be able to set up any training places. Inter-company apprentice training (ÜLU) therefore supplements in-company training where the required knowledge and skills cannot be taught at the training location or cannot be taught in full. The one- to two-week courses take place in the vocational training centers of the chambers of skilled crafts or the district skilled crafts associations and are offered at both the basic and specialist levels.
The ÜLU is one of the elementary measures for recruiting skilled workers in the skilled crafts sector in Schleswig-Holstein. The aim is for at least 5,300 young people to take part in the inter-company training courses each year.
Who should I contact?
- To the Investitionsbank Schleswig-Holstein (IB) - contact overview,
- to the Regional Training Support Office in Schleswig-Holstein or
- to the Chambers of Crafts (HWK) in Lübeck and Flensburg.
What are the fees?
What deadlines do I have to pay attention to?
The tender deadlines for the current funding period have already expired for the projects within the scope of LPA C3 and LPA C5;
Regional training support will initially be funded until December 31, 2017, inter-company apprenticeship training until December 31, 2015.
Directive on the promotion of investment in education, training and vocational training for skills and lifelong learning (Framework Directive Priority Axis C).
What else should I know?
Detailed information on the funding programs of the state's employment program can be found on the website of the Investitionsbank Schleswig-Holstein (IB) and on the Schleswig-Holstein education portal.
Schleswig-Holstein also promotes the integration of young migrants into the training market, e.g. through the "Training and Integration of Migrants - AIM" project, which offers free and independent advice to school pupils, trainees and those looking for a training place. Information can be found on the website of the Türkische Gemeinde in Schleswig-Holstein e.V.
In addition, two projects for "assisted training" are being funded. They are aimed at young people and young adults under the age of 25 who have not managed to enter dual training due to their performance and/or their previous behaviour, as well as young people with a secondary school leaving certificate at the transition from school to work who, at first glance, do not have the same performance potential as comparable applicants with better school-leaving qualifications and CVs. Small and medium-sized companies that do not (or no longer) provide training due to concerns about "difficult" training paths are also addressed.
The aim of the projects is to integrate pupils with a lower secondary school leaving certificate into in-company dual apprenticeships.
The text was automatically translated based on the German content.