Duration January 2012 – December 2012

Project manager Michael Fox


Cooperation partner


Starting in 2012, ISInova developed the Azubi|Academy for Heckert GmbH, Chemnitz. In the trainings of the Azubi|Academy, essential social and methodical competences for a successful start into the apprenticeship and the work at Heckert are taught in addition to the vocational training. The training program for trainees and students includes, among other things, trainee etiquette, telephone and team training, learning presentation and work techniques, and burnout prevention. ISInova trainer Dipl.-Psych. Michael Fox is responsible for the content of the training. A descriptive report of the trainee etiquette and a short interview with the trainer on the topic of small talk can be found under the following links: FP: Knigge and FP: Tabu

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