VOCATIONAL TRAINING PROGRAM 

100% Job Oriented Study Programs with Practical Training

AUSBILDUNG IN GERMANY

A vocational training course in Germany is a highly regarded qualification and is one of the best of its kind anywhere in the world. There are approximately 330 vocational sectors. A traineeship requires applicants to have completed a period of school education lasting between 10 and 13 years and lasts between 2 and 3.5 years. Following successful completion of exams, trainees receive a nationally recognized qualification.

In order to complete a vocational traineeship in Germany, you also require a language certificate demonstrating at least B1-proficiency according to the European frame of reference.

A dual vocational traineeship requires you to learn both at a vocational college and on the job. Trainees have a contract with a company responsible for their training and receive a traineeship salary for the duration of their course. There are no fees to be paid.

There are also vocational colleges for specific sectors, e.g. the health sector (nursing, physiotherapy, occupational therapy). Studies here are also combined with on-the-job training. As a general rule, private vocational colleges also charge a monthly tuition fee.

Find the right course of study and training college for you using www.welcaredu.com. We send your application documents to the college of your choice and schedule an interview for you. You will receive all the information you need regarding the college, the application process, funding, and applying for a visa, where required. We charge a fee in exchange for this information.

Training With No Tuition Fees

The German VET system is regarded as exemplary all over the world. Under the so-called „dual system“ you can learn a profession directly in a company at the same time as attending a vocational college.

Trainees (called „Azubis“ in German) have the best chances later on in the labor market. Particularly in the IT, technical and caring professions, there is an urgent demand for specialists over the next 10 years.

What are the big points of VET in Germany:
  • Professional practice and contact with colleagues in the company right from the start
  • No training costs – VET is for free!
  • Training salary from day one
  • High chance of being taken on after the training
Requirements for foreign applicants are:
  • Secondary school leaving diploma in the home country
  • German language certificate at least B1/B2
  • Age limit: 25 years
  • Need Block Account: 10,356 Euro
  • Motivational Letter

Determine your Vocational Training (VET) in German at a Vocational School in Germany

Choose your profession

  • Male Nurse
  • Midwife
  • Physiotherapist
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Medical Assistant
  • Chemist
  • Druggist
  • Specialist in the Hospital Industry
  • Pharmacist
  • Dental Technician 

 

  • Mechatronics Engineer
  • Electronics Technician
  • Electrician
  • IT Specialist
  • Mechanic 
  • Florist
  • Hair Stylist
  • Beautician

 

  • Office clerk
  • Industrial clerk
  • Retail salesman
  • Merchant in e-commerce
  • Automobile salesman
  • Hotel Specialist
  • Road Builder
  • Painter
  • Gas Station Attendant
  • Baker
  • Butcher
  • Cook
  • Roofer
  • Optician
  • Bricklayer
  • Plumber
  • Farmer
  • ZooKeeper
  • Carpenter 
  • Sport Specialist 
  • Hearing care Professional
  • Driver ( Railroad)
  • Fitter (Sanitary, Heating & Air conditioning technology)
  • Professional Driver
  • Microtechnologist
  • Seller
  • 50% 50%

The application process is organized by Welcare Overseas. According to the manual for applicants, all information and documents have to be sent to Welcare Overseas. Compulsory is a motivation letter. Welcare Overseas will contact companies for entering into an agreement and for making an appointment with applicants.

There are no fixed application deadlines for application, although many companies make their selection up to one year before the training starts.

Training starts generally on 1st August or 1st September.

The training program is between 2 and 3,5 years – usually 3 years. It will and with an exam. In medical professions, trainees will receive a work permit after a successful exam.

During the training, trainees are paid by the company.

The minimum training salary is 515€ in 2020 ~2021: 550€ 2022: 585 € 2023: 620 €.

Trainees will need about 200€ – 300€ for accommodation and about 300€ for other living costs (food, phone/internet, transport). Health insurance is paid by the hospital. So the minimum training salary will cover (almost) all living costs. Often companies pay more than the minimum training salary.

  • Apply with us Training & 100% Placement in Germany After 10+2/ High School 50% 50%
STUDY NURSING FOR FREE IN GERMANY

Career in Nursing After 10+2/12th pass in GERMANY

Advantages:

  • No Tuition fees are required
  • Stipend during a study about 850 ~1150 Euros/month
  • The dual training program, like training and placement
  • After completion of course 100% placement as a staff nurse and start earning 2500 ~ 3000 Euros/month
  • No IELTS/TOEFL is required
  • Only need High school diploma with min 55%
  • Only need B1/B2 level German language in the home country

Intake:

Apply during the whole year once documents ready with B1/B2 German language

Golden opportunity for Indian students to study nursing for free in Germany with a stipend and get 100% placement after completion of nursing courses.

STUDY BACHELOR’S OF NURSING IN GERMANY 

Germany urgently needs more qualified nurses. The German government plans to form thousands of latest jobs and to make the profession more attractive so as that more children like better to train as a nurse.

1st year of training:
  • Initiate life-sustaining immediate measures until the doctor arrives
  • In this subject, trainees learn to correctly assess emergency situations and act safely. An emergency procedure is run through as an example. These include: recognizing the emergency situation, making an emergency call, initial examination as well as ventilation and cardiac massage.
  • Support people of all ages in need of care in connection with skin and body care
  • Schoolchildren use nursing science to assess the need for care in relation to skin and body care. To do this, they observe the skin, mucous membranes, and sweat. In this context, they derive potential nursing problems and formulate goals.
  • Support people of all ages in need of care in connection with breathing and circulatory regulation
  • Knowledge is imparted in relation to anatomy and physiology – in other words: structure and functioning – of the cardiovascular system and the respiratory system. Building on this, aspiring nurses learn to use measures that support breathing and secretion-mobilizing – that is, expectorant.
2nd year of training:
  • Support medicines
  • In the vocational school, one acquires specialist knowledge about the different drug groups and about the mode of action and distribution of drugs in the body. The correct storage of medication and the handling of narcotics is also of central importance.
  • Support people in need of care of all ages in connection with the movement
  • The vocational school teachers impart to the student’s knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the active and passive musculoskeletal system. To do this, they observe movements, posture, and gait in order to use them to make nursing diagnoses.
  • Dependent people of all ages in the context of consciousness and pain support
  • By analyzing sleep, consciousness, and pain, you learn to understand how the nervous system and stimulus transmission work. One of the nursing measures in connection with sleep is prophylaxis – i.e. measures to prevent sleep disorders.
3rd year of training:
  • Participate in the development and implementation of rehabilitation concepts and integrate them into the nursing trade
  • During the lesson, goals, sponsors, and services in the context of rehabilitation as well as legal bases are defined. Based on this, rehabilitation plans are drawn up in collaboration with other trainees.
  • Pregnant women and women who have recently given birth, healthy newborns as well as relatives and caregivers support, accompany and advise
  • In the vocational school, the processes of mother and child during pregnancy and childbirth are discussed. One inquires about the hormonal system, the cell division, and inheritance, the maturation processes of the child as well as the physical changes of the mother.
  • Support, accompany and advise people with dementia, relatives, and caregivers
  • In order to understand and understand dementia as a disease, the anatomy and physiology of the nervous system are carefully studied. In addition, trainees learn how to conduct counseling interviews.

The Most Popular Vocational Training Professions in Germany

Nursing specialist

Nurse trainee get stipend every month

  • In 1st year € 1100
  • In 2nd year € 1150
  • In 3rd year € 1250
Clerk for office management

The trainee gets a stipend per month.

  • In 1st year € 760
  • In 2nd year € 810
  • In 3rd year € 860
Automotive mechatronic technician

The trainee gets a stipend per month.

  • 1st year € 850
  • 2nd year € 900
  • 3rd year € 950
  • 4th year 1000 €
Retail merchant

The trainee gets a stipend per month.

  • 1st year € 750
  • 2nd year € 835
  • 3rd year € 960
Saleswoman

The trainee gets a stipend per month.

  • 1st year € 750
  • 2nd year € 835
  • 3rd year € 935
Industrial clerk

The trainee gets a stipend per month.

  • 1st year € 895
  • 2nd year € 950
  • 3rd year € 1020
Medical assistants

The trainee gets a stipend per month.

  • 1st year € 805
  • 2nd year € 850
  • 3rd year € 900
IT specialist

The trainee gets a stipend per month.

  • 1st year € 1050
  • 2nd year 1100 €
  • 3rd year 1200 €
Electronics technician

The trainee gets a stipend per month.

  • 1st year € 755
  • 2nd year € 805
  • 3rd year € 875
  • 4th year € 930
Dental technician

The trainee gets a stipend per month.

  • 1st year € 740
  • 2nd year € 780
  • 3rd year € 830