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Trip to Nijmegen in April 2012

The I2-0 visited the technical vocational college “Technovium”, explored the city Nijmegen, got a tour of the “Velorama Museum” and finally enjoyed a dinner at a Chinese restaurant. 
Here are some impressions of the Dutch vocational school taken from the students’ reports!

Anton Guzchowski, Spicer Gelenkwellenbau, writes:
In Nijmegen we visited the “Technovium”. We were invited to have breakfast and then got a tour around the school. We were told how the training is organised in the Netherlands and which trainings currently are popular. I was surprised when I learnt that there is even an education to become a street dancer – but the most popular job career right now is that of a web designer.

Marcel Franz, Trimet Aluminium AG, comments on the trip like this:
Finally in Nijmegen a futuristic building appeared in front of us – it looked like a spaceship or something like that – this huge, amazing building was named Technovium. Engineering, web design, electrical engineering, logistics, masonry, carpentry, painting are offered as trainings here.

Fabian Alfs, Trimet Aluminium AG, says:
All the departments are superbly equipped and are very tidy and clean. Welcome

Nihat Eser , Trimet Aluminium AG, writes:
1200 students are registered at this school. The professional training is offered at four skill levels which take up to four years.

Marcel Hatho, Open Grid Europe, comments:
On the tour they told us a little bit about the building because it is very modern, creative and spectacular and everybody can see the engineering, e.g. like the plumbing, the fuses, how the elevator works with its counterweights and steel-ropes. The classrooms were equipped with everything you need to learn.

Hendrik Kuklinski, RWE Power AG, writes:
In Germany the training takes part in a company and so the apprentices learn a lot of tricks from the skilled workers. This is an advantage of the German training. But I like the vocational school in Nijmegen because the classrooms are modern and the rooms are very bright.

Pascal Kükenbrink , Open Grid Europe, mentions:
We went to see the new vocational college “Technovium“ in the city of Nijmegen. This school is a meeting place for students, teachers and entrepeneurs. Here all levels of science come together.

Simon Rexin, Trimet Aluminium AG, comments on the different school systems:
If you are a trainee in the Netherlands you are in school most of the time. Here you learn both parts the theoretical and the practical part. In Germany you learn only the theoretical part in school and the practical side is taught in a real company where you hope to continue working after your apprenticeship. In my opinion both models of a training have their advantages.

Mohamed Laaroussi, Sport- und Bäderamt Essen, says:
In comparison to Germany the students in the projects work on their own without having any pressure despite the deadline. Everything else is done by them autonomously. This is quite different from our attitude towards studying and it was really new to me.
Considering I’d finish my apprenticeship and decide to work in the Netherlands, I certainly would have to face some problems. I would have to learn the language. But more importantly I would have to take into consideration that they’ll have different expectations of an employee because they seem to have their own standards. It is easily shown by the self-study-system in the training that they expect more independence. If students start this early to work independently, then they will be professionally qualified as an employee. Therefore they are able to do a lot of things at work without always being told what to do because they already know.

Ines Zerbin, Trimet Aluminium AG, summarizes our day:
I think at the end everyone was tired after this nice day and all the good Chinese food. All in all I think this day was very interesting. I liked the visit of the vocational school “Technovium” best!


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