What is AUSBILDUNG?
‘AUSBILDUNG’ is a vocational training program (Apprenticeship) to prepare career starters in various professions with excellent job perspectives.
How does AUSBILDUNG work in Germany?
Almost all skilled blue collar profession require vocational training certification to be employed by any German companies. Students in this vocational program are the employees of a company. Students spend 50% of their time in the company to learn. The other 50% is spent in vocational school. The employer pay all schooling fees, and also pay stipend for living expenses.
Therefore, it is free-of-cost learning and living in Germany. The candidates must be first employed to join the vocational school.
What can I do after AUSBILDUNG?
Post apprenticeship (‘Ausbildung’), skilled workers can legally and indefinitely work in many German companies. It is possible to obtain further qualification in Bachelors or Master professional, or Master Craftsmen, or study at the university sponsored by the companies. Also, you can choose to be self-employed in Germany, or return back to your country with the German qualification to work on German level of business.
What is the duration of AUSBILDUNG program?
Ausbildung (apprenticeship) lasts between 2 and 4 years depending on the profession. There are shorter and longer duration programs. Lessons will be held in German language only – therefore you need German language skills on level B1 of the GER. During the training in Germany, you will be employed by a German company with a German contract providing the same rights and obligations as for German nationals.
How much do I earn in an apprenticeship in Germany?
The amount of your monthly allowances depends on employers and candidates curriculum vitae. The employer will specify the exact amount after the interview. However, the approximate amount paid by the employers during the first year of apprenticeship is 600 Euros per month, and up to 1200 Euros during next years.
Are families allowed to join the candidate of the AUSBILDUNG program?
Yes, if you can get visa for your family to live in Germany while pursuing the program.
What is the age limit for the AUSBILDUNG program?
You must be over 18 years of age at the time of admission. There is no age limit except for nursing care. However, it is important to note that the candidates will be learning with German students who are in the age bracket of 18 and 25 years.
How do I start a AUSBILDUNG in Germany?
Applicants for an apprenticeship program can apply directly in German companies. Also, you can use our paid services for documentation, translation,
visa processing, air tickets, assistance in recognition of certificates, transport and finding accommodation in Germany, and most importantly German language coaching.
What are the costs incurred for admission into the program?
Interested candidates are requested to call +91 8050575767 or visit www.new-lyf.com to know more.
How to learn German language, and how many months does it take to learn up to B1 or B2 Level?
It is advised candidates to join German language institute. Generally, it takes
between 8 and 10 months to learn up to B1, and between 12 and 14 months up to B2 level.
How to choose a profession for AUSBILDUNG?
New Lyf Overseas expert counselors will take you through analysis, assessment
and guidance in choosing one of the many apprenticeships in Germany. However, you can choose one among the list mentioned in page 4 of this document. Germany Needs Foreign Workers in These Fields to Tackle Job Shortage of Sciences, engineering and health care, are the main fields where skilled workers are required in Germany, with staffing difficulties occurring in the different sectors also depending on the level of qualification.
According to a survey, skilled workers in construction and skilled trades, with a total of 349,275 jobs available and technical specialists (282,941 jobs), are in demand in the German labor market. And over 400,000 thousand vacancies in healthcare are vacant. Furthermore, sales and distribution specialists, with 232,347 jobs, were listed fourth in the list of top ten most sought-after occupational groups in July, while in the third spot are listed occupations for health, medicine and social services.