Vocational Training Successfully Completed

13/07/2018
Young people looking into the camera Andreas Schmitter

78 apprentices at RWTH Aachen received their certificates of completion. Heike Krier from IHK Aachen and RWTH Chancellor Manfred Nettekoven congratulated the graduates during a celebration at the RWTH guest house.

 

Salim Benjamaa, Jan Contzen, Kim Sarah Dürselen, Rebecca Elisabeth Ehlen, Jens Heller, Niklas Lothmann, Etta-Marie Mauer, Lynn Meyer, Riccardo Müller, and Peter Pey completed their vocational training to become chemical laboratory assistants.

Markus Leisten, Philipp Sauer und Vadim Völk can now call themselves IT specialists for application development while Beytullah Akcay, Lukas Braun, Gregor Bückendorf, Eric Eigenfeld, Tobias Gärtner, Oliver Kannenberg, Pascal Schecht, Tim Schmitz, Martin Schopen, Fabian Windeln, and Dominik Pascal Winkelmann are now IT specialists focusing on system integration.

Patrick Madeja, Jan Lucca Schmitz, Dennis Tritt, Jonatan Va Gaspar, and Wiebke Wünnenberg were trained as electronics technicians for equipment and systems.

Frederik Kray is now a mechatronics engineer.

Julian Dario Dreßen, Julius Alireza Esmaeilzadeh Saee, Niclas Grysar, Max Kirchhoff, Arne Linnenkamp, Dominik Michaux, Marvin Rudisch, Simon Schödder, Daniel Weissert, and Niklas Winkhold are now qualified as industrial mechanics.

Naidaly Schneider was successfully trained as a medical assistant.

The following individuals are now management assistants for office management: Lutz Breuer, Nermina Ferhatbegovic, Vanessa Fuchs, Sarah Grünewald, Moritz Paul Benjamin Hopf, Hannah Katharina Joel, Isabel Viktoria Johnen, Mara Kallweit, Lara Kolb, Stefan Krichel, Janine Christine Kunath, Lisa Pietsch, Eva Maria Schieren, Ricarda Schmitz, Sarah Alica Schumacher, Sarah Soumagné, Carolin Souren, Tanja Stojanovska, Daniel Tembrink, Dajana Vukosavljevic and Katrin Wysgol. Sara Kay is now a management assitant for dialogue marketing.

Àngela De Diego Medoza passed the exam to become a machine and plant operator with a focus on textile technology.

Source: Press and Communications