Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to commonly asked questions about Ausbildung – Vocational Training.

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The age of the candidate should be minimum 18 years and maximum 30 years.

Yes, even a graduate can enrol for this program. To apply for this program, students need
12 th School Leaving Certificate.

It’s not a must. One can look for better opportunities elsewhere but trend is that the
candidates prefer to work for the same employer if they are satisfied with each other.

Once all the necessary documents are provided (including B1 Certificate), it takes usually
maximum 60 days to complete the process to go to Germany.

No, for this program, the maximum age limit is 30 years. But, people above 30 years of
age having some trade experience and knowledge of German can look for job opportunities
in Germany.

It depends only on the employer and vocational school. A student may get admission in
any of Germany’s 16 states.

Yes, to be able to qualify for the vocational training in Germany, once should know
German up to B1 level. One should qualify B1 Goethe or telc exam.

It is preferable to have very basic knowledge of English to learn German.

Minimum education required for this program is 12th pass from any stream.

The duration of a vocational training is between 2.5 years to 3.5 years.

The most popular category currently is Hospitality amongst other.

To enquire about the fee, please get in touch with our EWL-Executive under 7989545269 or write to ‘contact@krislingua.com’.

The courses and trainings are arranged round the year.

A trainee under the vocational training program for 3 years can earn a minimum of EUR 500/m in the first year, EUR 600/m in the second year and minimum of EUR 700/m in the third year. The salary could be more depending on various factors such as employer, skills and performance of the trainee etc. There are even chances to get overtime allowances.

During the vocational training, one cannot study another course in university in Germany.

Mid-term tests and a final exam in 3rd year are conducted. Based on the performance the
certification/ diploma is issued.

Once the students are well prepared to enter the job market, the firms that participate in
their training are more willing to hire them when they graduate.

Students can, after completing the training, work anywhere in the world. Based on the
trade and language skills of the students, the countries like Switzerland, Austria, Luxemburg, Finland and Germany prefer giving employment to these candidates.

Students who get enrolled successfully in vocational training get accommodation, food and insurance for 3 years. Above this, students get a salary of minimum Euro 500 per month for 1st year, Euro 600 per month for 2nd Year and Euro 700 per month for 3 rd Year. The salary could even more depending on the employer and on the skills & performance of the student