This year’s Szakmázz can answer the shortage of professionals in several industries. Budapest

Nearly 10,000 visitors, 100 professions, 54 schools at this year’s career guidance and vocational training exhibition.

During the two days of the event, nearly 10,000 primary and secondary school youth visited the event, which was organized with the special support of the Budapest Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BKIK) SzakMázz! Budapest exhibitionon. The BKIK experts and influenza ambassadors closed the fair with great success: they met thousands of young people over the two days. The event, which is becoming more popular every year, is an important tool in supporting the vocational training of young people, and in the longer term it can also play a role in reducing the shortage of professionals.

This year's Szakmázz can answer the shortage of professionals in several industries.  Budapest

Photo: Attila Petrovics / szakmazzbudapest.hu

At more than 70 stands, all 28 sectors, as well as almost 100 professions and 54 vocational training schools presented themselves to visitors at SzakMÁzz! Budapest 2022 Career Selection Exhibition between October 4-5. The interest in BKIK’s stand was outstanding: this year, thousands of students visited the Career Orientation Pötty, where, in addition to the presentation of the carpenters and upholsterers participating in the Junior Skills competition and career orientation support from the experts of the Budapest Chamber, with influencers, Vthey could also meet Vivi and Norbi Nagy from Erébély. THE the popular couple authentically demonstrated how cool it is to learn a profession and how important it is to have well-educated and well-earning professionals on the market.

From the point of view of the sustainable functioning of the domestic economy, skilled labor is of fundamental importance, of which there is currently a shortage in many specialized fields. In order to ensure continuous supply, it is essential to continuously promote vocational training, namely along the Vocational Training 4.0 strategy, with the closest possible involvement of economic actors. We believe that BKIK can effectively support the balancing role of renewed vocational training in the labor market even in the medium term with its comprehensive career guidance work that meets the current labor market and pedagogical requirements and the purposeful exploitation of its partnerships.

– said Ákos Csókay, Secretary General of the Budapest Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

BKIK is the main supporter since 2013 deals with career guidance in close cooperation with the Government Office of the Capital City of Budapest. The career guidance specialists of the Budapest Chamber help children in choosing a career with a special methodology based on the framework of Industry 4.0 and Vocational Training 4.0: this year they have already met more than 3,500 children in some forum, many of them in the context of individual counseling. Students are assisted in their career choice with unusual classroom lessons, participation in parent meetings if required, free career guidance classes, summer camps, organization of visits to factories, factories and workshops, and numerous events. In addition to its extensive network of school contacts, BKIK also supports participation in domestic and international professional competitions such as WorldSkills, EuroSkills, the National Vocational Study Competitions or the Outstanding Student of the Profession Competition.

SzakMázz! At the exhibition, primary school students facing a career, profession and school choice, as well as high school students without vocational qualifications, will receive comprehensive information about careers, occupations, professions in short supply, and the labor market situation. They can get to know the education and training opportunities inside and outside the school system, and with the cooperation of the chambers and the involvement of employers providing practical training, they can find out about the possibilities of practical vocational training.


Source: Propeller – Saját anyagok by propeller.hu.

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