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Training for jobs in Germany

Are you a 12th grade passed, and below 30?


You can apply for the vocational training in Germany called AZUBi training or 
Ausbildung, through which you will be trained for jobs in Germany in your chosen field of work.

A programme consists of 70% work placement in the participating company and 30% in the training institution. Apprentices are paid in Germany, and participants earn a monthly stipend.

  • Duration of the programme: 3 years
  • Tuition Fees: Nil
  • Stipend: EUR 800 -1200
Eligibility:

 

  • Academic qualification: At least 12th  grade passed.
  • Age limit: below 30
  • Language skills: German B2 Level

THE STAGES OF PROCESS

1. Career counselling

  • Vocational training and career counselling are inseparable. You may require
    counselling and multiple discussions to choose an ideal job training.
  • You will be curious to know about the outcome of the programme, skill
    development and training to meet the requirements, cost of living in the host
    country while on the programme, employment opportunities and the salary
    system in the country etc.

The decision on getting trained for a job is very important as it could be a turning point in one’s career and life, and it takes a lot of your time, money and efforts.

KCR is a 19year old organisation ideally a better match with regard to career
counselling and guidance.

2. Skill development (1-6 months)


This will start with getting your qualifications assessed and checked for its eligibility within the scope of the programme.

You may choose to learn German if don’t have any German language skills but you meet the requirement of minimum academic minimum qualifications.

Once decided and enrolled, a skill development programme will be offered by KCR and the associating training company in Germany. The major part of the skill development programme is German language learning – beginner’s level to intermediate level (A1-B1 Level). Cultural orientation and basic work skills also will be taught through live sessions conducted by representatives of the German training company, through zoom.

3. Application for VISA

 
After passing the B1 level test at Goethe or any TELC center, you will be assisted to prepare to apply for a VISA at the nearest consulate or visa processing center.
 
After visa approval and getting it stamped in your passport, you may prepare to leave for Germany. Arrangements will be made by the training institution for your reception on arrival at a German airport and transfer to the pre-arranged accommodation.
 

4. Occupational Skill Development  and German B2 level

 
This includes occupational German language training in Germany, in an entirely  German speaking atmosphere. You will be trained and taught to improve the current B1 level in German to B2 level skills. In addition to this work ethics, German cultural orientation etc. are included for an overall development, before the commencement of the main, vocational training programme.

 

5. Commencement of Vocational Training (Apprenticeship). 

 

On successful completion of B1/ B2 level German you will be ready to start attending the vocational programme in a hospital / hotel / restaurant  according to the chosen subject and profession. Apprenticeships are paid in Germany hence the participants earn a monthly stipend during the entire duration of the vocational training programme.

 

6. Cost of the programme 

Skill development including A1-B1 German language Skill training in Germany including B2 level German language Post arrival and initial settlement services in Germany KCR’s consultancy fees:
INR 58,000+GST
€2.200. EUR
€1000. EUR
INR 50,000. (Initial stage) + INR 75,000 (second and final stage).

To begin the training and especially the apprenticeship participants need to be strong in German language skills – at least at B1 level. Language experts at KCR will train you well to achieve this level even from the scratch.

B2 Level German learning will be held in the initial stage of your stay in Germay

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