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The Ministry for Labour and Social Affairs in Germany hosted a peer review on 'The dual training system: Integration of young people into the labour market' on 24-25 September.
The host country presented its dual training system as well as two measures specifically designed to support the integration of disadvantaged young people into dual training and the labour market.
The dual training system in Germany has a long tradition, providing recognised highly valued qualifications through a system of training which combines workplace experience and practice with vocational college based education. The dual training system is widely considered to be one of the backbones of Germany’s economic success and its ability to maintain low levels of youth unemployment, even during the economic crisis. However, it was recognised that not all young people are equipped to enter and successfully complete dual training without support, because of poor performance in school, which is often coupled with other factors such as social disadvantage or migrant status among others.
In order to support these young people, two measures developed by the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs were presented at the peer review:
A summary from the peer review, the host country and peer country papers have been published on the Mutual Learning Programme website.