On 17th January 2018, the boards of both EVBB and EVTA met in Frankfurt – for the first time in the history of the two associations - to discuss their way forward in intensifying their cooperation. It was agreed to work out a joint strategy including all aspects of...read more
The Second Annual Conference was held by the Agency for Vocational Education and Training and Adult Education (AVETAE) in cooperation with DVV-International. The theme of this conference was…read more
On 14th December 2017, founding members of EVBB and people of the first hour of EVBB’s existence met at Düsseldorf Marriott Hotel to celebrate its 25th birthday. EVBB members and followers of the organization gathered in a festive setting to listen to 91 years old “founding father” of the organization, Dr. Adalbert Kitscheread more
European Vocational Skills Week 2017 is officially over! During the week the European Commission had over 1585 VET events registered in 45 countries all across Europe. Even though the week may be over they still have some exciting surprises for you!read more
As member of the board of the European Movement Germany, Thiemo Fojkar, president of the EVBB, took part in the Federal Assembly of the European Movement International to elect a new president and board for the largest pan-European network of pro-European...read more
On invitation of MEP Krystyna ŁYBACKA, high ranking politicians and stakeholders from the education field met at the EU Parliament on 28th November 2017 for a seminar on the modernisation of education in the EU. Commissioner Dr. Tibor Navracsics from GD Education and...read more
Vocational Education and Training for Europe – The EVBB
The European Association of Institutes for Vocational Training (EVBB) is a European umbrella association whose members are state associations, associations, coordinating institutes of education and educational providers at a national, regional and local level.
The objective work done by the EVBB is the qualitative improvement of vocational education and training in European countries and an increase in the efforts being carried out in education at a European level.