Dual Training with TÜV Rheinland
Organizations around the globe have increasing demands for qualified employees to meet market expectations that are driven by technology. When management realizes the importance of dual training or further education of their employees they face the challenge of how to realize it effectively in terms of time, effort and result. Whether you are a private company, a governmental authority or an educational institute, TÜV Rheinland supports you to further educate your employees in line with your local industry demands.
Practical and targeted technical dual training means better skilled and qualified employees, which in turn leads to improved regional, economic and social development. In such an environment, potential employees find more job opportunities and companies can draw on qualified staff to boost production or provide enhanced services. Companies may even experience cost reductions as it becomes easier to hire locally rather than internationally.
Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET)
Technical Vocational Education and Training of TÜV Rheinland ensures a simple but high efficient way of qualification for your employees – worldwide. It is a concept of dual training in which your employees learn the theory and can on top immediately practice with the didactic training systems. Thus, after the dual training, your employees are perfectly prepared for their professional responsibilities.
We are strongly rooted in the German dual vocational system and offer customized dual training solutions and a broad scope of related consultancy services especially in technical fields, and available across all industries. Choosing our TVET training enables you to access a depth of expertise and technical knowledge difficult to find elsewhere. The breadth of our experience in nearly every industry allows us to create workforce development programs to meet your specific needs.
Our dual training enables you:
to develop skills and competencies of your current and future employees.
to close skill gap.
to develop your employees´ potential continuously.
to increase international mobility of your people.
to train your trainers.