The production of country-specific training plans (curricula) is just as much part of the INTEA service as the development and delivery of technical and non-technical training courses.
A training plan serves as "an outline of the syllabus and timetable to be followed when imparting the vocational skills, knowledge and qualifications" – as defined in Section 5 of the German Vocational Training Act [Berufsbildungsgesetz (BBiG)]. In Germany, the overall training plan, together with the curriculum as a whole, is generally covered by a training regulation.
In other countries, vocational training is arranged differently - in many countries, there are neither training standards nor curricula for standardised vocational training. Often, there is only academic training - practical vocational experience is lacking.
INTEA can develop country-specific curricula for you for technical careers:
- The first step is to analyse the local and national situation.
- The training objective is agreed with the customer and a concept is drawn up.
- The next step is an analysis of the level of knowledge on the ground.
- Finally, the methods and contents to be used to attain the learning objectives are set down in a curriculum.