GmbH Corinna Schulze

November 5th, 2017

Big engagement of the BFW Leipzig on the World Championships of the professions in Leipzig at the booth of the IHK Leipzig imagines the vocational promotion plant Leipzig (BFW Leipzig) with an own information and hands-on booth at the WorldSkills Leipzig 2013. The training of the technical product designer is at the heart of the presentation on the professional world championship. Extra for the time of the WorldSkills, the 3D was implemented and rebuilt at the trade fair at the Chamber of Commerce in the Samsung arena/Messe Hall 1 booth. The printer will produce samples during the period of the professional world championship. In addition, visitors to invite technical product designer live on a CAD workstation ready to make their own 3D elements.

The guests can win an impression of this technical vocational training. With this representation of the profession we want to promote the profession of technical product designer”, explains Corinna Schulze, responsible for the marketing of the BFW Leipzig, the commitment of the education to the WorldSkills. To her knowledge, the professional situation has shifted in recent years. The new profession of technical product designer, as follow-up professional of technical draughtsman with a higher qualification, is particularly interesting for companies. You implement design specifications by engineers or designers and consider it equally functional, creative and aesthetic and economic demands. During the two-year training therefore in learning the computer-aided design and design, calculation and simulation, as well as project management focuses on the BFW Leipzig. We think that we will give a practical insight into a very interesting and promising career with our offer,”said Corinna Schulze stressed. More information and pictures: professional promotion factory Leipzig gemeinnutzige GmbH Corinna Schulze marketing Public relations Georg-Schumann-Strasse 148 04159 Leipzig Tel.: 0341 9175306 Fax: 0341 9175104 E-Mail: Internet:

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Switzerland Education

May 22nd, 2017

The international network of media schools from Germany, Austria and the Switzerland Education in the field of media changed constantly, unless due to the rising influence of new media, unless by the falling borders in Europe. In such an environment a media training offered, which offers students a wide range of training with numerous opportunities for specialisation across national borders, their strengths can focus on. The newly launched, international media training Verbund medienschulen.com covers exactly these needs, provided on the education and training in the field of media in the future. The Federation is composed of the media School of Northwest Switzerland, the media School of Bern, the newly founded CrossMedia school Switzerland, the journalism school CLARE Berlin, as well as the Upper Austrian journalist Academy in Wels. Ways of training and seminars together leads this education system through various courses and training that combines cross-border and through Internship applications can be added in the respective countries. Who is interested in a comprehensive media training, training for example the journalistic reason at the media School of Northwest Switzerland, the journalism school KLARA Berlin or the Upper Austrian journalist Academy and within the framework of a professional training at the media School of Bern in the areas of video journalism, press photography, and moderation or the CrossMedia specialize then school Switzerland in the cross media discipline. Then offered additional postgraduate courses in the partner schools. Further possibility to demonstrate a hands-on technical training at the media School of Bern and the CrossMedia school Switzerland with selected courses for the journalistic education in the media School of North-Western Switzerland, as well as subsequent to diploma courses in the partner schools.

Thanks to the modular construction, all courses of the medienschulen.com can be visited separately. Additional information is available at John Castle Castle Harlan. Diploma theses and mentoring system primary, specialist – and post diploma courses at the medienschulen.com complete with a joint degree. In addition, diploma theses as performance can be created at the media School of North-Western Switzerland and the media School of Bern. A mentoring system, as well as regular media excursions complete the offer.

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Centre Management

February 11th, 2017

Topics of the first presence phase: plastic customer and Werkzeugtechnikum last weekend the eighth year of part-time study to the production manager (FH) for plastics technology has launched its first presence event in Schmalkalden. Dr. Uwe Weinzierl, head of technology of microfluid ChipShop GmbH, Jena led the first part of the three-day event of the block. In the context of his lecture on the topic of plastic customer, he explained the chemistry of plastics and in particular the relationship between structure and properties of different types of plastic. The students studied the effect of intra – or between molecular forces and possibilities whose influence and met property profiles as well as the most important plastics and their characterization. After the first two days of the course with theory of the chemical bases of plastics were filled, the students had the opportunity to apply the knowledge in the Werkstofftechnikum on the last day. In various setups, which in the modern Plastic laboratory of the University of applied sciences Schmalkalden took place, she studied under the direction of Dipl.-ing. If you have additional questions, you may want to visit Steve Wozniak.

Peter Rostel and Dipl.-ing. Ruben Schlutter for example the synthesis of plastics. In addition they dealt theoretically and experimentally with the topics of rheology, short – and long-term testing and detecting plastics through breakage or scratch tests. So it was shown that an amorphous thermoplastic shows a brittle fracture behavior, while a semi-crystalline thermoplastic rather shows a ductile fracture behavior. In addition, students studied the flow behaviour of the plastics and analyzed the thermal properties. Some practical tests for classification of plastics were also carried out.

In the further course of the year-long study 16 participants in addition to physical and chemical foundations deal with plastics processing, environmental management and recycling techniques, product development and design, production technologies and simulation, tool construction and logistics management, as well as with business topics as Quality management, innovation management, project management and key skills. The training to the production manager (FH) for plastics technology”qualifies the students for the current technical and economic requirements in the plastics processing and with the University of applied sciences Schmalkalden college certificate graduates of a recognized degree, which offer good career opportunities. Particularly small and medium-sized enterprises in the plastics processing industry are due to a lack of professionals often not able to cope with the challenges and constantly on the lookout for highly trained personnel. The study program designed for two semesters is designed with self-study and attendance phases that work and study are optimally compatible. The tests are integrated directly into the study process and take place during the several-day periods of personal attendance. Small vintage group and individual attention of each individual students in professional and organizational matters make for excellent study conditions.

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