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SSCC Conference Dual Education Serbia 2018

SSCC: Conference Dual Education Serbia 2018

18 October 2018

Austrian Support For Dual Education And Digitisation Of The Economy

The strategic partnership of the chambers of commerce of Austria and Serbia will continue strengthening the capacity of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce to...

“Education in Serbia – Jobs for the Future” Held

Quality education is the cornerstone of a prosperous society, Prime Minister said, adding that the Serbian government must respond to the challenge of educating young people for jobs that will exist in the future.

Memorandum Of Cooperation For Teaching French Signed

The Minister of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia, the Chargé d’Affaires at the French embassy and the director of...

Assistance For Serbia’s Dual Education

Assistance in developing Serbia's dual education

Marko Čadež, President Of The Chamber Of Commerce & Industry:

Companies Will Have The Workers They Need

The Chamber will play an active role during all implementation phases of the new vocational education model: by assessing the needs of the economy for existing and new occupations; keeping a register of accredited jobs; education; organising exams; licensing mentors and supervising contracts between companies and students

H.E. Arne Sannes Bjørnstad, Norwegian Ambassador To Serbia:

Entrepreneurship Creates New Jobs For Youth

Norway is supporting Serbian pupils in acquiring entrepreneurial skills, thereby contributing to economic development and reducing the number of pupils that drop out of school. Furthermore, through several projects it is helping to bring practical entrepreneurship skills to the Serbian youth through informal education

H.E. Axel Dittmann, German Ambassador To Serbia:

Better Education For A More Resilient Society

Dual education can be a major contributor to sustainable economic growth. The key prerequisite for it to work well is a functioning legal framework, which gives companies the security they need to work in Serbia and invest in their workers. Germany will continue to support Serbia in its economic and legal reform efforts and on its path towards the EU

Morten Skovgaard Hansen, Head Of Mission At The Embassy Of Denmark In Belgrade:

Good Practice Creates More Job Opportunities

More and more Danish companies and investors are now interested in business opportunities in Serbia, thereby also often creating jobs in Serbia. Therefore Serbia’s interest in strengthening dual education will benefit companies, employees and the society

Ursula Läubli, Director of Swiss Cooperation, Embassy of Switzerland:

Better Targeted Education Leads to Growth

In Switzerland, two-thirds of young women and men choose a VET pathway. With this background and our expertise, we are ideally positioned to promote youth employment in Serbia, as we see it as being crucial to socially inclusive growth and prosperous local development

Fabian Gems, Deputy Head of ADVANTAGE AUSTRIA:

Partner for Change

Having a young, skilled workforce is in the best interests of Serbia. Advantage Austria is collaborating with key Serbian stakeholders in supporting, connecting and developing job profiles and curricula in the best interests of everybody – ministries, companies and especially young people in Serbia

Advantage Austria And GIZ Sign Memorandum

Cooperation between two organisations regarding the dual education in Serbia

Education:

German Dual Education System

The German Dual Education System is one of the cornerstones of the successful brand ‘Made in Germany’ due to which a small nation of only 80 million people is able to be the world champion in exports for several years

H.E. Jean Daniel Ruch, Ambassador of Switzerland to Serbia:

Invest In Education, Support Domestic Investments

From the economic perspective, Serbia is on a better track, says H.E. Ambassador Jean Daniel Ruch, speaking in his farewell interview for CorD. He believes Serbia has overcome the difficulties of the 2008 financial crisis, but suggests efforts continue to clean up the financial system, reform the judiciary and, above all, bring the education system closer to the needs of the market
Marko Cadez

Marko Čadež, President of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce:

We Rightfully Expect a Continuation of Good Results

A strengthened macroeconomic situation, along with political stability and an improved regulatory framework, is one of the most important items on the list of Serbia’s reform progress. All of this provided the impetus for the domestic economy, but that progress was also recognised by the international business community

Srđan Verbić, Serbian Minister of Education, Science and Technological Development:

Education Reform is a Never-ending Story

Although the financial crisis and the ongoing macroeconomic stabilisation programme have partially slowed the envisaged pace of reforms in education, efforts to modernise and internationalise the curricula are running in parallel.
Memorandum on Dual Education

Memorandum on Dual Education

Memorandum on Cooperation in the development of elements of dual education in secondary vocational education in Serbia
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