Kanton St.Gallen – Gewerbliches Beruf- und Weiterbildungszentrum St.Gallen

Facts and figures

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different departments and their individual features and characteristics ensure creative interaction at the GBS.

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different locations spread all over the city of St.Gallen house the over 100 different course and seminar options on offer at the GBS.

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different further training courses enhance students’ prospects following their initial training.

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different professions are offered at the GBS in two-, three- or four-year training models.

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apprentices complete their schoolbased training at one of our two training workshops, the couture class and the graphic design class.

400

students on the threshold between compulsory education and an apprenticeship attend school-based bridging programmes.

400

students attend higher vocational training courses every year.

400

employees, of whom 590 are involved in teaching, consistently provide first-class service on a daily basis.

400

apprentices successfully complete their federal vocational baccalaureate.

500

people attend the over 50 public courses offered at the GBS every year.

1000

PC and Mac workstations are provided by our IT service.

1000

training companies work together with the GBS to ensure the successful professional training of young apprentices.

50000

meals are purchased at the internal GBS Resto every year.

100000

lessons per year are held at the GBS and ensure lively and practice-based teaching.

50000000

swiss francs are the annual turnover at the GBS.

Support at the GBS

People are at the heart of everything we do at the GBS – everywhere and always. We believe it is important for our apprentices and students to feel at home with us if they are to achieve success in their training. We have over 600 members of staff working day in and day out to make sure this is the case.

Our core business is the provision of technically competent and didactically well-thought-out teaching. is is why we have mentors on hand to introduce new members of the educational staff into their teaching practice, and experienced teachers are available to provide practice-based advice as needed.

Should any questions or difficulties arise, apprentices and students can benefit from the free and confidential advice provided by the professional advisory team at the ecclesiastical social welfare service (KSD). In addition, our administration staff, information technology support staff, domestic services staff and the GBS Resto, which can also be booked for external events, all help to create a pleasant place to work and learn.