(Deutsch) 19.04.2013 – Erste Ergebnisse der qualitativen Interviews

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04/12/2013 BRIDGE on iMove

Find interesting information on our project and partners on iMove, the initiative of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research. BRIDGE on iMove / read more

02/21/2013 – Interactive workshop in Würzburg, Germany

Last week, we made an interactive workshop in the SKZ Kunststoffzentrum in Würzburg, Germany to collect data about IT-requirements. Together with our partners from the Leipzig University, SKZ Top GmbH, Bildungswerke e.V., Marquardt GmbH and OrangeHills GmbH we did ont only come to results, but fixed also tasks for the future, for example the development of training concepts which are particularly adapted to the Tunisian market. / read more

02/27/2013 – Quantitative study in Tunisia

The aim of BRIDGE is to provide an efficient training concept which satisfies the individual needs in Tunisia. To develop an appropriate solution for apprentices, specialised workers and managers, we need an inventory. BRIDGE and the Leipzig University co-operate closely to carry out this requirement analysis that delivers a broad range of relevant information about the training needs. / read more

Newsletter January 2013 – german

Our newsletter for january in german: Newsletter 01/2013 / read more
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Tunisia becomes more and more interesting for German companies with its competitive, up-to-scratch economy and its well-directed macroeconomic aggregates. Nonetheless, and despite these positive facts, there is a lack of qualified workforce and vocational training methods in general. The project BRIDGE aims at exporting and adapting the German apprenticeship model and vocational training methods to the needs in Tunisia via remote service. Therefore BRIDGE intends to develop a sustainable educational training which involves all employees within a company: workers, specialists and managers. Furthermore, the German dual system of vocational training shall be made exportable for other training providers in the medium and long term.


Link to: BRIDGE Learner