The scope of services offered by TÜV Rheinland's Global Experts is currently unique on the recruitment market. In Germany, the Global Experts take care of applications and the recognition of foreign professional qualifications, among other things. They also ensure that the new employees are comprehensively prepared for living in Germany.
Companies and their trainees in technical professions also suffer from Corona. TÜV Rheinland Academy, as a leading provider of technical competence development, has therefore expanded its worldwide TVET services. Welders and electrical engineers are now also learning their trades in virtual classrooms. The solution: simulations shorten practical exercises.
The potential for future collaboration between humans and artificial intelligence (AI), robots, mobile end devices for augmented reality, and blockchain can already be seen in the existing basic technologies. This leads to an increase in work productivity, a better working environment, and more intensive employee retention.
70 percent we learn in the job, 20 percent in social interaction with one another and 10 percent in the context of formal further training. 30 years have passed since Michael M. Lombardo and Robert W. Eichinger first published this insight in their book "The Career Architect Development Planner". With some adaptions, the formula is still valid.