International employability skills in training regulations

A new competence module to support regulatory work

Coverbild: BWP 2/2022
Issue/Year (Volume) 2/2022 (51)
Page(s) 50-54

The internationalisation of trade and industry and of society is placing wider demands on skilled workers. But which competencies will allow them to act successfully in international and intercultural contexts? What is the meaning of “international employability skills”, and how can they be incorporated into training regulations? Responses to these questions will be provided by a newly designed competency module containing specific examples of formulations which has been developed as a support service for experts in regulatory procedures.