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Inklusion in der beruflichen Bildung: Umsetzungsstrategien für inklusive Ausbildung


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Inklusion in der beruflichen Bildung


Autor/in:

Euler, Dieter; Severing, Eckart


Herausgeber/in:

Bertelsmann Stiftung


Quelle:

Gütersloh: Bertelsmann, 2015, 56 Seiten


Jahr:

2015



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Link zu der Veröffentlichung (PDF | 6,6 MB)


Abstract:


Welche Schritte für mehr Inklusion in der Berufsbildung wurden bereits erfolgreich umgesetzt und wo besteht weiterer Handlungsbedarf? Die Initiative 'Chance Ausbildung' hat ein Umsetzungspapier veröffentlicht, das bereits existierende Beispiele zeigt und Vorschläge für ein inklusives Berufsbildungssystem macht.

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Englisches Abstract

Abstract:


In 2009 Germany ratified the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Although article 24 of the convention calls for an inclusive education system at all levels, the efforts in Germany to comply with the convention have so far been limited to the general education system. Inclusion in other areas of education has been given much less attention. This paper takes a closer look at inclusion in vocational education and training in Germany. It analyses the opportunities and barriers for persons with disabilities in the transition from school to work, and identifies areas for political action.

Traditionally, the organizing principle in the education system in Germany has been to create homogenous groups of students. Students with disabilities have therefore long been educated in other schools to give them the best support in line with their special needs. This pattern translates into vocational education.

Since the statistics on vocational education do not cover disabilities, it is difficult to assess how inclusive the system of vocational education in Germany truly is. This paper combines data from various sources for an estimate: From the 50,000 young persons with disabilities who leave school each year, only around 3,500 take up a regular company-based apprenticeship. Another 5,000 take up state-sponsored vocational training in accredited professions. 9,900 young persons with disabilities take up specially designed vocational training according to § 66 of the Vocational Training Act and § 42 of the Handicrafts Regulation Act. Whereby the certificates are less accepted on the labour market. The largest share of school leavers - 16,400 - take a preparatory course for vocational training. However, the subsequent success of these courses in securing an apprenticeship has not been identified as yet.

To make vocational education in Germany more inclusive, a greater share of young people with disabilities should be enabled to take up vocational training in accredited professions either in companies or in full-time vocational schools. This requires more and better structured state support for companies who take on young persons with disabilities as apprentices, as well as vocational schools equipped to deal with these students.

For those who do not manage to start a regular apprenticeship the option for higher qualification should be possible. Specially designed vocational training courses should be focused on modules relevant to accredited professions. These modules can be individually certified. That way it is easier for persons with disabilities to obtain a certificate in an accredited profession later.


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Verlag Bertelsmann Stiftung
Homepage: http://www.bertelsmann-stiftung.de/de/startseite/
Homepage: http://chance-ausbildung.de/
Homepage: http://chance-ausbildung.de/leicht/index.nc#.U5qbsf6KA89

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Referenznummer:

R/NV3469


Informationsstand: 29.05.2015

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