Study In Germany

Ausbildung, a German term, means vocational training or apprenticeship in English. It focuses on practical and theoretical knowledge for specific professions. It has two types: 

 

1.Schulische Ausbildung

Schulische Ausbildung refers to vocational training schools or academies that provide theoretical knowledge, primarily in health and social sectors, with growing popularity in IT and Foreign Language fields. Practical training is offered on designated days or in concentrated sessions.

Training sector

  1. Healthcare: Nurses, physiotherapist, speech therapist
  2. Social service: Educators, Social assistant
  3. Design: Fashion Designer, Media designer, Graphic Designer
  4. Technology: IT assistant, Pharmaceutical Technical Assistant
  5. Foreign Languages: Interpreter, Foreign language correspondent

 

2.Duale Ausbildung

Duale Ausbildung is a prevalent apprenticeship model in Germany, combining vocational training with industry internships. Over 450 training occupations are officially recognized. Typically, vocational training occurs 1 to 2 days a week alongside company work, and occasionally in blocks alternating between weeks of training and weeks at the company.

Training Sector

  • Industry or trade: Banker, IT specialist, Office management clerk, Cook
  • Craft: Optician, Baker, Photographer, Hairdresser
  • Agriculture: Forester, Gardener, housekeeping, Farmer
  • Public Service: Tax clerk, Road guard, Surveyor, Judicial Assistant
  • Liberal professions: Medical Assistant, Pharmaceutical-commercial employee, Veterinary

Requirements

 

Points to remember:

  • In skilled category-Experience gained after the completion of degree will be counted.
  • In-take for AZUBI in HOGA is in September and for Nursing, in March and September, in skilled category the candidate can go at any time.
  • Police clearance certification, legalisation and translation of documents, VISA charges, medical/vaccination check-up, flight tickets, Health Insurance will be borne by the candidate.
  • Assessment : after training.
  • Candidate has to sign the Indemnity Contract before he/she applies for VISA.

Step-by-step process

From Germany

1.Reach out Global Excel

Embarking on a journey to work abroad is a significant milestone in life, and it requires proper guidance and knowledge. Reach out to us to obtain comprehensive information about essential aspects of the program, including career prospects, language advancement, skill enhancement, quality of life, and employment requirements.

2.Choose the program for enhancing your skills

All individuals interested in the Global Excel skill development program are encouraged to submit their applications. The application process will encompass evaluating their academic qualifications, verifying their credentials, and assessing if their qualifications align with the definition of skilled work in the German market.

3.Employment-oriented skill development(1-8 months)

This comprises Language Training and Cultural Familiarization. Our candidates will participate in German language training tailored to their specific work or skills, aiming to achieve proficiency up to the B1/B2 Telc standard. In addition to language training, candidates will receive an introduction to German culture, work ethics, systems, and overall knowledge of Germany as part of our Cultural Orientation program.

4.Take B1 German Language Test (8th Month)

Following eight months of German language training, progressing from level A1 to B1, candidates will undertake the B1 TELC exam. TELC, which stands for The European Language Certificates, is an official certification recognized by the European Union. It is considered equivalent to the Goethe certificate and opens up numerous opportunities, including apprenticeships and employment, for various purposes.

5.Support with Visa Processing

Upon successful completion of the B1 TELC exam, we will provide guidance and assistance to candidates in preparing the necessary documentation for their visa application.

6.Obtain the visa and travel to Germany.

Once the candidates have secured their visa, they will proceed to travel to Germany.

7. After achieving B2 level proficiency in German, candidates will start vocational training.

Throughout their vocational training, candidates will receive a stipend corresponding to their chosen profession.