Economy ministry, German-Hungarian chamber sign agreement on vocational training

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Sándor Czomba, state secretary of the National Economy Ministry (NGM), and Dale A. Martin, president of the German-Hungarian Chamber of Industry and Commerce (DUIHK), today signed an agreement on cooperation in vocational training, Hungarian news agency MTI reported.

According to MTI, Czomba said the dual vocational training system was launched in Hungary in 2012, and the government aims to increase the number of students participating in dual education from the current 50,000 to 70,000 by the end of 2018.

Martin said that the German-Hungarian chamber set the modernization of vocational training as one of its aims when it was founded twenty years ago, and it also has the experience of Germanyʼs widely respected dual education system to draw from, the news agency added.

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