Kazakhstan is developing the Road map for the development of dual education
Kazakhstan is developing the Road map for the development of dual education. This was announced at the forum, which was held at the Atameken National Chamber of Entrepreneurs. German experts presented international experience in this area. Since 2015, the National Chamber of Entrepreneurs jointly with Germany’s Chamber of Crafts Trier implements a partnership project on training at the workplace. The project aims to strengthen the role of enterprises and regional chambers of entrepreneurs in the organization of dual training. By the way, the project is funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development of Germany. The level of vocational training in colleges and enterprises of Kyzylorda, Zhambyl region, South Kazakhstan region, Almaty region as well as in Astana and Almaty is raised in this way. About 50 teachers also received training within the German program.
ALBERT OVER, LOCAL PROJECT COORDINATOR, CHAMBER OF CRAFTS TRIER:
The system of dual education in Germany has been established for a long time. We cover 60% of training at the facilities. In Kazakhstan, this system is now being implemented, and so we want to share our experience. For example, we will show how to make companies’ participation in the dual system more attractive and beneficial for them.
During the discussion, Chamber of Crafts Trier also proposed the establishment of an additional education centers for students of Kazakh colleges. Today, dual education system in Kazakhstan covers about 2,500 companies, where 27,000 students undergo internship in 80 specialties.