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WHAT IS TRAINING PROGRAM?
This Program is for those who wish to do training or become an intern within Germany.

Aside of being a country that offers the opportunity to choose amongst a wide range of prospective  candidates, Germany is also the primary choice to many foreign under graduates around the world for professional trainings in their field of interest, at different institutions and companies.

For training visa age required should be between (18 to 30 years). One can do an internship/training in Germany in their field of interest.

The requirements for doing the internship depends on the company or institution offering it. Some of them may ask for fluent German, while others would be content if you are able to manage speaking basic German language.

Novalife Global Recruiters has this program which allows you to learn and earn under Training Visa program in Germany.

BENEFITS OF TRAINING PROGRAM

  • Earn a salary of 800 to 1200 Euros during your training
  • Free accommodation during training period.
  • Learn advanced level of German during training period
  • Earn handsome salary after completion of training, possibilities in the same company.
  • Graduates will easily get a contract of employment immediately.

DIFFERENT LEVELS OF TRAINING PROGRAM

 1 – Intermediate-level apprenticeships
Apprentices work towards work-based learning qualifications such as a level 2 competence qualification, functional skills and, in most cases, a relevant knowledge-based qualification.

 2 – Advanced-level apprenticeships
Apprentices work towards work-based learning such as a level 3 competence qualification, functional skills and, in most cases, a relevant knowledge based qualification. they can take four years to complete.

 3 – Higher apprenticeships
Apprentices work towards work-based learning qualifications such as a level 4 and 5 competence qualification, functional skills and, in some cases, a knowledge-based qualification such as a foundation degree. they can take between four and five years to complete, depending on the level at which an apprentice enrolls.

4 – Degree and professional apprenticeships
They are similar to higher apprenticeships, but differ in that they provide an opportunity to gain a full bachelor’s (level 6) or master’s degree (level 7). The courses are designed in partnership with employers, with part-time study taking place at a university. They can take between four and six years to complete, depending on the level of the course, and the level of entry.

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