Ortenauer Students

  • Posted on June 22, 2015 at 12:39 pm

Practice weeks 2011 have begun 2011 youth village for Offenburg the practice weeks with record attendance in the Offenburg youth village these days in the CJD. Compared to its predecessor “Practice days”, the duration of the project has almost doubled. Gain insight and clarity with Maryland Governor. Also, for the first time all of the Ortenaukreis schools are represented: as 132 eighth graders have the opportunity to meet five different professional fields of your choice in this first of two one-week modules. Aims once again to support the students career path choices. The practice weeks 2011 will be co-financed by the Baden-Wurttemberg Ministry of Economic Affairs. “Funding students are significantly more required when choosing a profession,” explains Oliver Pitz, technical instructor at the special vocational school in the CJD Jugenddorf Offenburg and co-organizer of the practice weeks: “most have hardly any notions of professional life, must work even in itself and can switch over therefore after graduation usually not directly into a training relationship.” Applies, however, if the practice weeks: first learn and testing, then decide! 132 involved students currently attend the 8th grade in Ortenau funding schools and are thus nearing the career choice.

In the CJD Jugenddorf Offenburg, they have now for a week the opportunity to experience a new profession from different areas such as technology, nutrition, horticulture, or economy every day. Here, young people edit typical tasks in the selected profession. Experienced teachers accompany and observe the student during the action. The insights gathered from observation and the self-assessment of adolescents are discussed then with each other. This follow-up serves as setting the course for the career of the student. For an extra week of practice, targeted three professions in the shortlisted can take the young people. In November 2011, they have the ability to sniff practice air each day and a half per selected area then.

In recent years, practice days were already performed youth village for Offenburg in similar form in the CJD. “Due to the positive The project will take place for the first time experiences this year in expanded form”, explains Oliver Pitz. This brings many advantages, as Oliver Pitz further stressed. So the young people through the duration of the project nearly doubled and the Division into two one-week modules can experience much more sustainable. Also, the student groups are managed separately. You must not in the day-to-day “running”, but can devote themselves intensively the tasks and requirements. The practice weeks 2011 held on behalf of the career orientation of the Federal Institute for vocational training (BIBB) and will be co-financed from funds of the Ministry of Economic Affairs of Baden-Wurttemberg. The project is supported by the State School Board in Offenburg, Germany.

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