„Thomas Schröder & Siriphorn Schlattmann @ YoriVET“
On Monday 24 October 2022, the YoriVET webinar on Work-based Learning (WBL) took place. Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Thomas Schröder (TU Dortmund University, Germany) started with a theory input on WBL and international practices. Siriphorn Schlattmann (also TU Dortmund University, Germany) then gave a comprehensive insight into the BMBF-funded international cooperation project ProWoThai - "Progressing Work-based Learning of TVET System in Thailand", which, together with three Thai universities, is researching and developing sustainable approaches to WBL in order to modernise the dual vocational training system in Thailand in terms of structure, methodology and didactics. The webinar was completed by exciting questions from the participants, which were answered in detail by the speakers.
The webinar is available as a video.
„Thomas Schröder, Siriphorn Schlattmann & Julia Gulich @ YoriVET“
We are very pleased to welcome Prof. Dr. Thomas Schröder, Siriphorn Schlattmann und Julia Gulich (TU Dortmund University, Germany) as speakers at our YoriVET Round Table on 24 October 2022. The topic of the webinar is " Work-based Learning".
YoriVET (Young researchers for internationalization of VET) is a network of young researchers within the MP-INVET project.
Interested PhD students can register for the session via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sophia Grunert & Martin Roggenkamp @ YoriVET
On 13 July 2022, Sophia Grunert (German Confederation of Skilled Crafts) and Martin Roggenkamp (bfw - Unternehmen für Bildung) enriched the YoriVET community with their webinar on "The Role of Social Partners in the German Dual VET System and in Partner Countries".
The two guests first introduced the German skilled crafts sector (ZDH & SCIVET) as well as DGB, bfw and unions4VET. They then explained the dual apprenticeship system in Germany, focusing on the question of how the social partnership in German vocational education and training (VET) works. Furthermore, an insight into international VET cooperation was given.
During the webinar, there was a lively discussion among the participants, who attended the online session from the following countries: Germany, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Russia and South Africa.
Many thanks to Sophia Grunert and Martin Roggenkamp for their time and commitment!
The session is available as a video.
Martin Mulder & Marianne Teräs @ YoriVET
We are very pleased that we could welcome Em. Prof. Dr. Martin Mulder (the Netherlands) and Prof. Marianne Teräs (Stockholm University/Department of Education, Sweden) as guests at our YoriVET Round Table.
YoriVET (Young researchers for internationalization of VET) is a network of young researchers that was established within the framework of the MP-INVET project.
On 9 November 2021, the webinar with Martin Mulder on "Competence Theory and Research" took place. On 23 November 2021, Prof. Marianne Teräs (Stockholm University/Department of Education, Sweden) followed with the topic "Cultural-historical Activity Theory".
The two guests started with a theory input. This was followed by stimulating discussions based on the questions of the young researchers, who came from seven different countries (Burundi, China, Germany, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Russia, South Africa).
Many thanks to Martin Mulder and Marianne Teräs for their time and commitment!
The sessions are available as videos.