Within the campaign “Dual learning: Opportunities for employment and self-employment of young people”, led by the Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation, with the support of the Government of Germany and other donors, the prime minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, the minister of Education, Arbërie Nagavci and the deputy ambassador of Germany in Kosovo, Matthias Conrad visited today the premises of the Swiss Diamond and Sirius hotels, companies which are supporting the implementation of dual education, which this year is being implemented in 12 profiles, in 21 schools in Kosova.
The VET image campaign aims to highlight the importance of VET in society and the impact it has on the country’s economic development and growth.
The Prime Minister of Kosova, Albin Kurti, said that such visits will be carried out continuously and that dual education is a good opportunity for students to become familiar with what they learn in theory.
Prime Minister Kurti congratulated the students who have chosen professional directions, knowing the importance of education and professional training in the economic development and general well-being of the country.
Meanwhile, Minister Nagavci said that the Ministry of Education is committed to the development of mechanisms that promote the training of young people for the labor market.
Minister Nagavci has also announced that students who are engaged in enterprises have contracts that enable payment for their work, where in addition to developing skills in practical terms, they also benefit materially, always performing their work successfully.
The deputy ambassador of Germany in Kosova, Matthias Conrad, said that Germany supports the implementation of dual education in Kosova, while he also spoke about the advantages that these courses have in the employment of young people..
Some of the students who were learning at the workplace said that they recommend their friends to choose such courses, which enable employment in a quick time, in addition to the lessons they receive at school.
Dual learning means putting into practice what students learn in the classroom, spending 51 percent of their time in the workplace and 49 percent in the classroom.
Last modified: December 26, 2023