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A Cloud Guru

Recently, we trainees and students were given access to "A Cloud Guru". This is an interactive learning platform that specializes in cloud computing and, in addition to conventional learning videos,…

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Gra­dua­ti­on Dinner

After three years, we have successfully completed our training and ended it with a nice dinner. Our training manager, Kerstin Langohr, invited us to dine at a restaurant of our…

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At our be­au­ti­ful lo­ca­ti­on in Ismaning

Because I love the city of Munich and because I have never been to our location in Ismaning, I volunteered with two other trainees to take over as a receptionist.   Rebekka and Melina…

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Fi­nal exam

We have finally made it, after 3 years we have successfully completed our training. After we finished our written exam at the beginning of May, we only had to do…

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My time in CCS IT OPS

When I started at IT OPS almost 4 weeks ago, I didn't know what to expect. There was only one thing I expected: I would have to give presentations. Since…

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Our in­ternship workshops

TecAlliance offers intern workshops for which interested IT students can apply. The internship workshop lasts one week, during which students have the opportunity to get to know the company and…

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DHBW Di­gi­Day – On­line info day for dual study

The DHBW Mosbach organises every year an information day to inform pupils and prospective students about the advantages of a dual study and to support them in finding an appropriate…

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Vo­ca­tio­nal school with co­ro­na restrictions

Since the incidence is going down all over Germany, and since Würzburg, the city where our vocational school is located, is no exception, home schooling is now coming to an…

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In di­gi­tal ba­lan­ce – pre­ven­ti­on of di­gi­tal stress for trainees

At the beginning of the seminar all speakers introduced themselves. It was explained that during the seminar questions and answers should be written in the chat. Of course, everyone should also mute themselves, so that each participant could participate comfortably and undisturbed in the seminar. In general, the seminar was about reducing stress caused by digital technology, social media and preventing it from occurring in the first place. During the seminar the survey tool / website was used from time to time, e.g. questions like "Do you think you are digitally stressed?", or "Which of the following 'social media apps' do you use the most: Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, and Twitch?" were asked. The first big topic was stress, parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous system. There it was explained that the active time of the sympathetic nervous system can be greatly prolonged by stress and thus the onset / switch to the parasympathetic nervous system starts much later. This leads in the end to unwanted behavior and feelings, one is also much more exhausted because the body can not recover properly. After the first topic came the first exercise for stress reduction. One should inhale and exhale here with slowly through the belly. Then came topic two, one should separate work and private life as well as possible. Through these boundaries, the daily routine can be clearly structured and thus already once a certain basic security. Next exercise: Give the eyes a break. The point of this exercise was to cover the open eyes so that they cannot take in anything. The meaning behind this is that in our modern way of working we take in a lot of information with our eyes, so they may be overstrained. After these two exercises, topics such as cyberbullying and screen use / time on the smartphone were discussed. And two more exercises were added. In these, you were supposed to focus only on the tip of your thumb with your eyes,…

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