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India and Germany Collaborate to Bridge Healthcare Worker Gap

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New Delhi: Indo-Euro Synchronization (IES)  has conducted   ‘Upskilling Certification Linked to Nursing Employment in Germany’, on August 19th at India Habitat Centre in New Delhi. The event served as a catalyst for fostering collaborations between Germany and India while prominently spotlighting the wealth of lucrative career opportunities within the health sector, particularly in the field of nursing.

At the inaugural stage, IES has set the ambitious goal of selecting 2000 students from diverse regions across India in its inaugural year. The selection process is based on comprehensive counselling and rigorous psychometric evaluations, with a primary focus on B.Sc. Nursing students. IES plans to gradually expand this number in the subsequent years. Upon successful selection, students will undergo intensive full-time training meticulously crafted to meet German standards, conducted within Indian centres. After obtaining certification, all candidates will receive robust support in securing desirable employment positions in Germany’s healthcare industry.

The event witnessed a confluence of esteemed guests and experts hailing from both India and Germany, reinforcing the commitment to forging stronger bonds between the two nations. Among the distinguished attendees were Mr Raj Vangapandu, President of Indo-Euro Synchronization, and Mr. Venkat Reddy, Managing Director of Cross Culture Careers. These luminaries shared their insights and perspectives on the expansive potential for collaboration and growth within the dynamic healthcare industry.

Mr Lukas Rogge, Head of Global Business Operation, Calmoroi Germany said: “It’s truly my pleasure to introduce an innovative solution targeting the healthcare professional shortage, focusing on India. Our skilled team is committed to addressing Germany’s pressing deficit of 1.8 million healthcare professionals. Through collaboration, we’re facilitating the transition of up to 50 Indian healthcare professionals per month to Germany, with plans to increase this number. This initiative span locations and begins with language training in India, forming a solid foundation for seamless integration.”

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