On the (Un)Successfulness of Dual Education


On the (Un)Successfulness of Dual Education

20 January 2017

ADB’s Fabian Mayr elaborated on the dual vocational education models in German-speaking countries, including their limited transferability and success to increase employability. He also highlighted implications for ADB operations to improve work-based learning approaches in developing member countries.

Program and Learning Materials: 
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
20 Jan 2017 Presentation On the (Un)Successfulness of Dual Education
Find out why dual education is less successful in ADB’s developing member countries and the implications for ADB’s policy dialogue on TVET. ...
Fabian Mayr


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