This first European Vocational Skills Week took place from 5 to 9 December 2016 in Brussels, in European Member States plus EFTA and EU candidate countries. The so called VET Week closed with an estimated 702,250 people taking part in more than 900 activities across...read more
Article European Movement: As a member of the EM Germany Executive Board, Thiemo Fojkar is particularly active in his work in the field of education. As Chair of the Internationaler Bund (IB) and the Federal Association of Vocational Training Providers, as well as President of…read more
Press Release: Vocational training faces major challenges 20th Annual Conference in Brussels / ENAIP Switzerland awarded “DIE EUROPA” Brussels, 21 October 2016. Education policy in Europe faces serious challenges. This was the conclusion of the 20th International...read more
Former UN Secretary General and The Elders Visit Berlin A visit of President Joachim Gauck, Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier and the IB Refugee Home in Berlin-Marienfelde were part of the Elders program under the leadership of Kofi Annan from 12-13 September...read more
General Secretary of solidar, Conny Reuter, spoke out as representative of the civil society at the plenary session of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC).read more
ORT Israel, Israel’s Leading Science and Technology Educational Network, invites you to take part in the First Global Start-Up Education Conference. The conference will focus on science-technology education in the 21st century and is being held to help education systems in Israel and around the world.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.