„Keeping an eye on the future, seeing where society and the economy are heading and aligning our clients with the demands of the future. That's what drives me.”

Silke Haubenreißer,
Lux Impuls

Vocational education and training: International projects

New technological developments and the associated changes in job profiles and working environments have a strong impact on the field of HR management and HR development. It is our aspiration to accompany such developments in future and to participate in them. For many years, we have therefore been committed to the topics and challenges of today and tomorrow: in publicly funded projects at German and, above all, European level. Our clients also benefit from this knowledge and new ideas.

International projects:
27 European countries, 1 qualifications framework

Across Europe, students are striving for Bachelor's and Master's degrees. However, these degrees only form one part of the European Qualifications Framework (EQF). The EQF also serves to ensure the comparability of vocational qualifications in the EU, i.e. including vocational education and training qualifications. Lux Impuls has worked with universities, associations, vocational training institutes and companies from all over Europe, participating in numerous projects funded by the European Commission. The aim of the projects was to put the EQF into practice, primarily in the automotive sector.

International projects:
Lux Impuls goes to Europe

In an increasingly globalised world, employee mobility has gained in importance, especially in recent years. Lux Impuls' new European projects were also dedicated to this topic.

They dealt with trainees' stays abroad and the factors that are decisive for a successful stay (www.improvedmobility.eu). They also focused on the comprehensive preparation of employees for their assignments abroad. (Holistic intercultural preparation, www.ifcenter.es/erasmus-1)

International projects:
Lux Impuls goes to Europe – Current projects

We are currently partners in four funded Erasmus+ projects. The mobility of skilled workers and trainees remains topical, but now there is a different perspective on the subject. In SMEEGE (Small and Medium Enterprises’ Executives go to Europe, www.smeege.eu). executives from SMEs are shown the advantages of stays abroad for trainees by experiencing short trips for themselves. Similarities and differences between training and occupations in the construction sector in the partner countries are highlighted by the project "Comparison VET in Construction". Fundamentally, it is about creating greater transparency surrounding educational pathways, training programmes and qualifications, and thereby facilitating the recognition of acquired skills and competences. The result is a guide to improving mobility in vocational education and training in German and English. Further information on the project is available at www.ifcenter.es/comparison-vet-construction.

The EmBrand and Let's Campaign projects deal with a completely different aspect. These projects focus on trainee marketing. Let's Campaign aims to strengthen the attractiveness of VET qualifications and promote the VET system (www.scuolacostruzionivicenza.it/progetto-lets-campaign)), while Embrand focuses on increasing employer attractiveness (www.bzb.de/news/23-projekte/574-neues-eu-projekt-embrand).

Study trip:
Learning from vocational training in Germany

The dual training system in Germany is a real export hit. Numerous countries are interested in it. In a study trip lasting several days, education experts from the Russian Federation gained an in-depth insight into how the various upgrade qualifications of vocational education and training are applied in practice.

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