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  1. 26 April 2012, HorsensWorkshop 3: Developing skills and maintaining readiness The Danish Vocational Education and Training System Hjørdis Dalsgaard, Senior Adviser, Danish Ministry of Children and Education Indsæt note og kildehenvisning via Header and Footer

  2. The Danish Vocational Education and Traning System: Developing skills Danish IVET The dual training system Work place training Stakeholder involvement Challenges in Ivet Indsæt note og kildehenvisning via Header and Footer

  3. Danish IVET Based on the dual training principle: Alternation between school-based education and work place training. Qualifies students for labour market entry as skilled workers. Admission requirement: Completion of compulsory education. 12 basic courses, 109 programmes (Technical, Business, Social and Health care), more than 300 steps. Duration: 2 to 5 years – the most typical being 3.5 to 4 years. Indsæt note og kildehenvisning via Header and Footer 04-09-2014 Side 3

  4. THE DUAL TRAINING SYSTEM - IVET programmes alternate between school-based education and workplace training

  5. Work place training A contract with a company is required. It is the trainee’s responsibility to find a training place. The company has the overall responsibility for learning. 2/3 of the main course is work place training. Trainees receive wages determined by collective labour market agreement. During the school periods the company receives compensation from the Employers’ Reimbursement Scheme, financed by contributions from all employers. Outcome of the dual system: - A high employment rate for the trainees after completion of VET. - Low level of youth unemployment compared to other countries. Indsæt note og kildehenvisning via Header and Footer 04-09-2014 Side 5

  6. STAKEHOLDER INVOLVEMENT

  7. Challenges in IVET Combatting early school leaving Training places in companies Attractiveness All-inclusive and developing Flexibility and lifelong learning Indsæt note og kildehenvisning via Header and Footer 04-09-2014 Side 7