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Scientific evaluation and further development of the draft curriculum for assistants in the care of the elderly

Client: Ministry for Social Affairs of the Federal State of Hesse
Project runtime: 01.12.2010 - 29.02.2012
Type of service: Evaluations, studies and expertises, Occupational profiles, testing and certification
Further Information:
The further development of the curriculum draft from 2004 for vocational training in the care of the elderly in Hesse regards primarily the definition of the vocational skills to be acquired in school and at work. Also considere is the revision of teaching contents based on modern skill-oriented vocational training concepts and knowledge in nursing science.


Information and communication without barriers (BIK)

Client: Deutscher Blinden- und Sehbehindertenverband e.V. (German Association of the Blind and Visually Impaired)
Project runtime: 01.01.2007 - 29.02.2012
Type of service: Consultancy
Further Information:
In order to improve the chances of the impaired on the job market, the project promotes better and appropriate access to the internet and intranet. INBAS offers support to organisations for people with disabilities (e.g. DBSV in Berlin and DVBS in Marburg) towards project implementation in companies and administrations.


Consultancy services for five vocational training centres of the congregation of the Salesians in Nicaragua

Client: Congregation of the Salesians in Nicaragua and the German Bank for Reconstruction (KfW)
Project runtime: 01.05.2010 - 31.12.2011 / Nicaragua
Type of service: Consultancy
Further Information:
KfW funds are used to finance building and equipping workshop facilities and further educating the teaching staff. By selling their own products the workshops too help financing their furnishings. The personnel’s advanced vocational training is carried out by our Peruvian partner “CAPLAB” while we at INBAS coordinate the whole project.


Coordination and facilitation of a regional working group on occupational standards, assessment and certification systems in Latin America, including workshops in Bolivia, Ecuador, Nicaragua and Peru, and an electronic discussion forum

Client: Swiss Development Co-Operation (SDC) Switzerland
Project runtime: 01.12.2009 - 31.12.2011 / Bolivia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Peru
Type of service: Programme and project management, Occupational profiles, testing and certification
Further Information:
All vocational training projects of the Swiss development cooperation in Latin America are dealing in one or another way with the issue of development of occupational standards, assessment and certification. INBAS has been contracted by SDC to organise, facilitate, evaluate and document a series of conferences to exchange related experiences between the four countries in the region where SDC sponsored vocational training programmes are implemented.
external links : http://www.es.inbas.com/nyc/index.html 


Evaluation of the action programme "Integration and VET" in Berlin

Client: SPI Consult GmbH, Berlin (Berliner Senatsverwaltung)
Project runtime: 01.10.2010 - 31.12.2011
Type of service: Evaluations, studies and expertises
Further Information:
The evaluation investigates the achievement of the programme’s goals, the effectivity of the preliminary phase, effects of the tandem partnerships and the effectivity of support service towards the preventing dropouts in the vocational training of apprentices with a migration background. Participants at the evaluation were tandem partners, apprentices, mentors and companies.


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