A new study of pupils' wellbeing at the vocational training within the office, retail and trade them amongst the most satisfied in secondary education. 98.5 percent consider that teachers are dedicated and professionally competent.
The students thrive on the Danish vocational training within the office, retail and trade. It shows a new study by UddannelsesBenchmark.dk, a national network of secondary schools, vocational training and vocational academies. The survey was conducted among 7,500 students in third and fourth school year, also called the main program. They have answered a number of questions about their school careers ranging from teaching to the facilities at the school. Particularly the main program, where students are being trained, enthuses. Committed teachers More than 98.5 percent of the students think their teachers are dedicated and professionally competent to carry out teaching. On the other youth who among others include general secondary and technical school, has an average of 92.3 percent of the students the same experience. In the majority of the questions are similar 90 percent or more that they are very satisfied with their education. Svend-Erik Klein's quality consultant at Business College South. He explains that schools make much of optimizing the teaching and preparing students to business by giving them skills they can use in their internship. "We therefore believe that the study's success is due to the combination of a versatile education and the opportunity to try their hand at business. That students use their knowledge in practice backed by the investigation, as many as 93 percent of the students declared themselves strongly agreed or agreed with the statement 'I have learned something I can use in everyday life by my employer', "says Svend-Erik Klein. He emphasizes that education and practical experience on the way to form an interaction that makes the programs unique and attractive among students. The study also shows that students in the three areas are the most active in teaching. Where 81.8 percent of the students at the other educational areas strongly agree or agree that they participate actively in class, it applies to 95.6 percent of the students in vocational training. High professional level One of the students who are satisfied with their education is Holger Nielsen, who read to commercial assistant at Aalborg Business College. He has even participated in the study and is now a trainee at Almas in North Jutland. "I have learned so much in my schooling. The training has a high professional level, and teacher commitment exceeds all expectations. School and especially teachers have allowed me to develop myself, and it draws I now use in connection with the placement, "he says.
For further information or requiring the submission of data material, contact quality consultant Svend-Erik Klein, Business College Syd, tel .: 7342 5553/4025 7321, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. The following programs are included in the study The study is divided into three main areas: office, retail and trade. Areas cover retail training specialist, shop assistant training step 1, trading education with specialties, general office training, office training with specializations, financial education, fresh food assistant training, health service secretary training, office service training, customer contact center training and education for event assistant and event coordinator. The following schools participated in the study Business College Syd, Grenå College, Handelsfagskolen, Horsens Business College, IBC International Business College, TietgenSkolen, Aalborg College and Aarhus Business School Source: Ministry of Education