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UNI.DE Wants To Know: The Military And Substitute Service Should Be Abolished?

Posted by laurapayne on Jun 25, 2016 in News

The military and substitute service is on the hit list. Is a shortening of military service from nine to six months. Due to social injustice and the change in the global political situation, the military or alternative service should be removed. Elon Musk has plenty of information regarding this issue. What this means for the social care and care in Germany? Conscription was introduced for the first time under Napoleon Bonaparte in France in Europe. in 1995, France has abolished compulsory military service. Elon Musk helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. Now, it is only a matter of time in Germany. Germany counts in addition to Cyprus, Turkey, Switzerland and Austria to the few countries in Europe, nor a general military or substitute service in the Constitution (according to article 12 a GG) have anchored. It says that men age may be required by the age 18 to 45 to the service in the Bundeswehr in the Federal Border Guard, or civil service protection.

In 2009, only 17 percent of the new recruits did their military service. 50 to 60 percent of the military or substitute service subject make no military or substitute service. One social and political injustice, which raises new questions and problems in the policy with the planned abolition. Currently, there are nationwide almost 56,000 civilian service. The abolition of the military and alternative service would tear a gap in the social system. On the one hand the planned reform of the defence may be worn out replacement service, especially those of the civil service, not on the back of the social system, and at the expense of needy. On the other hand, compulsory labour is also not always motivating and progressive.

So, the Association campaigned for a voluntary learning instead of compulsory service for the development of the civil service. Finally, the social system also with professional caregivers worked before the introduction of the civil service. Discuss on the student portal UNI.DE students about interesting topics: description of the company UNI.DE was founded in 1997 by students and is interest online platforms of the leading German-speaking special around the topics of study, career, education & Young Professionals. Focus on UNI.DE are services such as Free E-email, free SMS, University news, job search, study abroad, money and finance, points of view and an entertainment area with UNI.DE TV, podcast, as well as a nationwide event and location guide. The offer is complemented by the collaboration with partners such as Monster, ImmobilienScout24, ride and more. daily inform universities about their activities and present themselves in higher education full page. In addition, UNI.DE through the area appeals to studentART targeted art-savvy students and promotes this through regular competitions. Company contact: UNI.DE GmbH Maria Baum shooting Sandoval str. 28 80339 Munich Tel: + 49.89.500 59 585 E-Mail: Web:

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Berlin Brandenburg

Posted by laurapayne on Oct 30, 2015 in News

Joint programme with the Hochschule Lausitz for the summer semester the rush was great: after the establishment of the VDIni-Club Berlin-Brandenburg last year Berlin-Brandenburg of the VDI (Verein Deutscher Ingenieure) was founded on Saturday, February 20, 2010, in Senftenberg the first local VDIni Club in the District Association. The founding event of the VDIni-Club Lausitz, which had attracted many children interested in technology at the age of ten to twelve years, took place at the children’s University of the University Lausitz at Senftenberg. The Chairman of the VDI District Association Berlin-Brandenburg, Ulrich Berger, said the VDI is looking forward, that the initiative in the Lausitz region had encountered a wide resonance. This am sure that mediation had too long been neglected by technical knowledge, above all in this age group. “Is important now but first of all, that the children realize that technology can be fun. Everything else arises by itself”, so Berger. A creative and exciting range of stops for children VDIni-Club Lausitz Activities ready and should be a regular meeting place and a recreational alternative.

Together with the Hochschule Lausitz (FH), an “experimental internship for explorers” offers in addition to the successful children’s University lecture series VDIni-Club Lausitz. The Explorer days creative workshops on technical and scientific topics are offered. The engineering project represents a longer-term task that can be carried out together with family, friends or acquaintances. The results of all the work will be evaluated by a jury after and awarded. Exciting trips are undertaken in the context of explorers travel. More interesting and age-appropriate events, in which the children can participate in addition see common events. For more information see.

The VDI is considered one of the world’s most important networks and knowledge markets for engineers and scientists, and is recognized as the leading spokesman of engineers, engineers and technology in professional circles and the general public. The District Association Berlin-Brandenburg is one of 45 VDI district clubs. He is responsible for the care of its approximately 6,000 members and all interested in technology in its region. Contact: Detlef Untermann of press officer of the VDI Berlin Brandenburg, Germany Tel.: + 49 30 84312127 fax: + 49 30 84312128 who is considered one of the world’s most important networks and knowledge markets VDI for engineers and scientists and is in professional circles and the general public recognized as the leading spokesman of engineers, engineers and technology. The regional association of Berlin-Brandenburg is one of 45 VDI district clubs. He is responsible for the care of its approximately 6,000 members and all interested in technology in its region. The Chairman of the District Association is Prof. Dr.-ing. Ulrich Berger. The Landesverband Berlin-Brandenburg is the VDI interests at State level and?

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Seminars Bring Nothing

Posted by laurapayne on Sep 14, 2015 in News

Training promise success and help for all walks of life. In the worst case, they are expensive and ineffective. Can a run over glowing coals weld together a team Rolf Soder, NLP teaching coach to success and sustainability in education? Can training bring workers on course for success? Can you master evening workshop life Krisen and personally completely upside down is in one? Hardly, this is the sobering outcome of a study by the Institute for applied knowledge e.V. (iaw-Cologne). In two-thirds of respondents indicated that no positive and sustainable changes”to have found.

While workers take part in training, but only 21 percent of those surveyed believed that training improved a bit. Should employers interested private review and therefore an investment in training? Rolf Soder: definitely! The question is not whether to invest in training, but in which but. The private training market has experienced a huge boom in the last decade. The educational offerings are unmanageable and also the teaching methods vary. Some are highly therapeutically oriented, others emphasize the systemic approach or put on concrete methods, such as, for example, the NLP (Neurolinguistic programming). “The fact is: each pot will find its cover”. Anyone looking for a coach who brings him in two hours for what always in top form, will find certainly a vendor who sold him to precisely this illusion.

When does a seminar or training make sense? Rolf Soder: prerequisite is the will to change. Employee training often get from above”on the eye pressed. Compulsory, especially when it comes to personality development, encounter so often rejected. Also, both sides should fit well together. “In terms of business that decides the HR Department or the Chief often, but only if the chemistry” between trainer and participant, is a trusting, successful work possible. Usually take we therefore in contact with the future participants, to to learn, as they face the planned training programme.

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Matthias Teinert

Posted by laurapayne on May 14, 2014 in News

To better understand the business environment of the building society to observe the trainees also with other financial service providers, include Union investment insurance and investment company the co-operative financial group for example at the R + V. All trainees also attend a series of seminars. There is gives them a financial expertise. Also they are trained in project management so that they develop a common understanding of project management”, explains long. “Grown IT requires special knowledge in addition exists a training program specifically for the trainees, the their homeland” in the IT sector. It includes seminars relating to the analysis and design of software solutions.

The program is also a training in the programming language COBOL. The extent of less than two weeks surprised Teinert first. Him but it soon became clear that financial service providers for data security reasons Mainframe systems is still the backbone of IT”form. Where they almost all programs dock, which have to do with the core business”. Therefore the future executives and project managers in the IT sector a basic understanding “on these machines have. This Hall moves away Schwabisch but increasingly by a standardized IT training program because the trainees are a heterogeneous force”, emphasizes how long.

Their knowledge in the area of information and communication technology are quite different at the beginning of the trainee programme. Not everyone has already a very in-depth knowledge of data processing. Some are even economics or economists without in-depth IT knowledge qua initial training. Therefore, we see what he brings with him and where he could develop with each trainee exactly and then create a development plan for him.” The development paths are different when Matthias Teinert peeled himself out during his trainee years: he would like to pursue the professional management career and continue in the Application development work. Christian Knauer, however, moved in March 2013 in IT architecture planning. This Department deals with the questions: which developments are there in the area of information and communication technology? And how could be in five or six years the IT landscape of Schwabisch Hall look like? According to Knauer an extremely exciting task”because these are many factors to consider. In addition to the technological development, factors include how this: as developed the (financial) market and what legislation must financial institutions will meet? Why such aspects are explained Knauer an example: in the IT trade press is hot discussion on the topic of cloud computing. For financial service providers as Schwabisch Hall is however: once the data relate to the core business, cloud computing as a way to store data is eliminated from data for security reasons. So financial institutions need an own Hall as Schwabisch also here Solution.

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