Training in Germany: a view from abroad
Introduces the concept of non-company-based vocational training in Germany and assesses the impact of vocational training without work experience. Provides primary research results drawn from a representative survey of eastern German trainees in company and non-company-based training. Highlights the importance associated with real work experiences and critically examines the attempts by German labour market authorities to introduce apprenticeship training by providing a state-funded alternative.
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