Conciliation Committee for Vocational Training Disputes

Individual chambers have set up conciliation committees to settle disputes between trainers and trainees.

In order to settle disputes between trainers and trainees from an existing vocational training relationship, conciliation committees may be set up at the individual chambers.
In principle, these must be appealed to the labour court before a claim is made. At the end of the proceedings, they make a so-called conciliation decision, which can then be appealed to the Labour Court.

The request for conciliation may be filed in writing or orally on record with the competent chamber. It must show why what is to be achieved (application request and justification).
If necessary, copies of the documents that are relevant to the dispute (for example, warnings, termination letters) should be attached.


Information on conciliation committees for vocational training disputes can also be found on the website of the Schleswig-Holstein Chamber of Industry and Commerce (IHK).

  • IHK - Conciliation Committees for Vocational Training Disputes

§ 79 of the Vocational Training Act (BBiG).

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  • § 79 BBiG

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