Information about work
If you are a refugee who wants to work in Germany, you must fulfil the following basic requirements: requirements
Supplementary brochures for company owners from the IHK:2017 DIHK Integration+von+Flüchtlingen+in+Ausbildung+und+Beschäftigung+-+Leitfaden…
Here is information about vocational training: vocational training
How do I apply for a job or vocational training placement? How to get a job or vocational training placement
What do I need to know about working in a profession?Working in a profession
An alternative to joining the workforce: a Voluntary Social Year (Freiwilliges Soziales Jahr – FSJ) or Federal Volunteers Service (Bundesfreiwilligendienst – BFD): Voluntary Social Year (Freiwilliges Soziales Jahr – FSJ) and Federal Volunteers Service (Bundesfreiwilligen Dienst – BFD),
Internships or volunteer activities are a great way to get to know various careers:Internships and similar opportunities
This information on work and vocational training focuses on the opportunities in Schwäbisch Hall. It is supplemented by notes on “Work and Education” in the Schwäbisch Hall INT APP for asylum seekers and refugees, as well as the civic volunteers helping them.
It is intended as an initial orientation guide to the necessary requirements and potential ways to enter the job or vocational training market.
This is particularly true because many of these topics are constantly changing. We strive to keep all the information completely up-to-date (latest update: January 2018). If you discover any inconsistencies, misleading information or errors while searching or using this resource, please contact us about it.
We always welcome suggestions for improvement.
We would particularly like to thank the following organisations for their diverse and invaluable support:
-Federal Employment Agency (Agentur für Arbeit) in Schwäbisch Hall / Tauberbischofsheim
-Office of Migration, District Administrative Office of Schwäbisch Hall (Amt für Migration, Landratsamt Schwäbisch Hall), Marina Köhler
-Immigration Office (Ausländerbehörde) of the city of Schwäbisch Hall
-Schwäbisch Hall Asylum Support Group (Freundeskreis Asyl Schwäbisch Hall), Birgit Krüger, Ursula Laudenbach
-Schwäbisch Hall Job Centre
-Volkshochschule Schwäbisch Hall, Thomas Gerstenberg, Marcel Miara
We would like to thank the following organisations for their invaluable financial support:
– The Catholic Church of Schwäbisch Hall (Katholische Kirchengemeinde Schwäbisch Hall) – Christus König – through the Rottenburg-Stuttgart Diocese
– the city of Schwäbisch Hall
– the Schwäbisch Hall Rotary Club
Dr Hartmut Siebert, Rotary Club Schwäbisch Hall and Freundeskreis Asyl Schwäbisch Hall (Schwäbisch Hall Asylum Support Group)
Traugott Hald: Freundeskreis Asyl Schwäbisch Hall (Schwäbisch Hall Asylum Support Group) firstname.lastname@example.org