Closing the gap between available and required practical skills in the workplace is difficult for companies and the public sector. Implementing the experience gained from the dual vocational training system of Germany assures that vocational training and professional life go hand in hand and meets the requirements of the industry in times of a rapid digital change.
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 international recruitment of specialists, developed by TÜV Rheinland Academy at the end of 2019, is flourishing magnificently. Alongside Hyundai, Viasona, a 100 percent Mercedes subsidiary, has now joined the project. The first automotive mechatronics technicians were placed at Mercedes. Talks are underway with the first BMW pilot dealers about strategic cooperation in Germany and Great Britain.
TÜV Rheinland Academy has now developed a model with which companies can meet their demand for skilled workers in a targeted and timely manner - without having to worry about the associated formalities and the sophisticated recruitment and qualification process - to overcome precisely these hurdles. Above all, they can be sure that the new employees actually meet the desired requirement profile.