Eckert Schools at a glance

Eckert Schools – we shape the future

Eckert Schools, with headquarters in Regenstauf in Regensburg, is one of Germany’s largest private educational institutions. Approximately 5,000 pupils and students are currently participating in part-time or full-time further educational measures at the campus in Regenstauf. Eckert Schools offers on-site further training measures at 30 different locations in southern Germany. In its over 60-year-old history, Eckert has enabled over 70,000 students to successfully complete a course of study or training, thus improving their vocational prospects. In many countries Eckert Schools counts as a representative of the German educational system. There are international projects in the field of adult education in, among others, the following countries: China, Malaysia, India, the Arabic countries, Russia and Turkey.

The educational offerings range from Eckert Technical School, training courses for master craftsmen with Chamber of Commerce certification, other training courses with Chamber of Commerce certification, academic courses of study (bachelor and master programs), seminars, courses, medical-caretaking therapy, hotel, gastronomy, tourism, company trainings, internal seminars, retraining measures as well as vocational rehabilitation measures.

DIMI

Deutscher Industriemeister International
Occupational profile of an industrial master craftsman/woman for metal


Industrial master craftsmen and women continue to play a key role in modern companies. Positioned at the interface between planning and production, they act as the intermediaries between (skilled) workers and the management. Their three-fold qualification allows them to be specialists in their chosen field, leaders and trainers. Their core duties and responsibilities lie in the technical and organizational fields, as well as in the management and training of employees. They incorporate and implement new procedural, information and communication technologies into their own work processes and achievements.

For these reasons industrial master craftsmen and women are able to acquire positions in companies varying in size as well as belonging to many different branches. They can often be found working in positions of higher management. Deployment and opportunities for advancement can be found in planning processes, in the supervision of productions processes, in the installment, maintenance, care and improvement of operating facilities and, naturally, in the promotion and training of young employees. Further fields of endeavour are also in planning operational processes, quality control and the supervision of the cost development of a company. Part of the job of an industrial master craftsman, of course, involves supporting and deploying employees in accordance with their level of performance, qualifications and suitability.

This course of study teaches students valuable know-how in business management, law, technology, organization and human resources. For employees working in the metal processing field, further training as an industrial master craftsman for metal is the right step towards qualifying themselves for a higher position.
The further education measures encompass two segments:
1. Interdisciplinary basic qualifications (BQ-part) with 360 teaching hours
2. Specialist qualifications (SQ-part) with 600 teaching hours
An exam candidate has to successfully complete the basic qualification part of the training before being able to go on with the specialist segment of the further education measures.

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