MonthDecember 2015

Piepenbrock Service Center

Junior of school Schinkel make self produced image video from Osnabruck 08.04.2011 – vocational orientation and increase media literacy offered a project group of the secondary branch of the secondary school (GSS) Schinkel in Osnabruck. On March 28, 2011, Malin Escher, Maximilian Vallo, Lukas Knauper and Simon Wiedtke introduced an image video they had produced in cooperation with company Piepenbrock, the Osnabrucker Institute of training and communication (ITUK) and the teacher Manfred Kessling. The four students had before the production received first insights into the professional life and convinced of the professional working in the Piepenbrock group. During the film presentation in the Piepenbrock Service Center, students handed solemnly some copies of the video on Olaf Piepenbrock, the managing partner of the Piepenbrock group. The project was at all involved large appeal and should be continued successfully in the future. The video project was already the second in the series JobVision, which was realised in cooperation of ITUK and Piepenbrock.

JobVision is a project that Karin Aquino, manageress of the Osnabruck Institute of training and communication, and I perform for six years”, Steffen Oetter of the ITUK explained the concept. We work mainly with students from primary and preschools, which are interested in occupations and in the farms go to shoot movies there. The aim, to nuzzle up each other ‘. The students get an idea of whether they are interested in the profession and the companies get the chance to make contacts with potential candidates at an early stage.” OLAF Piepenbrock stressed: I think the project for a really good idea, because I think that just the students often do not know, what is behind the economy or the specific professions. If the young people even represent certain professions from your point of view, then that is authentic and helps them orientation.” At the current Project with the gymnasium Schinkel expanded the basic concept.

Students Help

Tuition provider extends services on Facebook Gelsenkirchen, April 6, 2011. There regular learning tips, direct communication, the latest topics and events related to education and learning, great competitions and actions to take on Facebook from now the students help to be touched”. See students help pupils, parents of learn poverty-stricken children, teachers and the audience interested in education have the possibility of direct exchanges. “Education to be touched, current events or just go a few questions in between” clarify the student aid is available not only in about 1,000 stores in Germany and Austria, but now also around the clock and easily over the Internet available. “36 years of experience in tutoring and education we would not deprive that Facebook users”, so Marion Lauterbach, spokesperson of student aid.

This new form of communication provides the ideal complement to our Service offerings.” Becoming a fan of student assistance, this means, in all educational matters on the pulse of the time being, to take advantage of the best tips and tricks around the theme of learning and once to sit in the front row”. students help. On student aid: Student aid is one of the leading providers of qualified education and tutoring services in Germany and Austria. For 35 years, it offers individual tutoring in small groups of three to five students. The students help offers support in all major subjects for all classes and types of schools.

Qualified and motivated tutor individual care of each student and help him to improve his services permanently. This is also a scientific study of the University of Bayreuth. The student assistance promotes at about 1,000 locations more than 70,000 students annually. As important private training providers, students help holds a wide range, which in addition to tuition also Includes exam preparation and holiday courses. A quality management system, certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001, is used to achieve a high level of quality and customer orientation. With success, because 94 percent of customers are satisfied and would recommend the student help. The students help is premium partner of DeutschlandCard. With the loyalty program can students help customers collect points, redeem points and discounts to secure themselves.

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