My ex­pe­ri­ence in 2020 so far – there’s much to learn

My ex­pe­ri­ence in 2020 so far – there’s much to learn

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The first third of the year 2020 is now al­most over, the world has ex­pe­ri­en­ced some events and is still in­vol­ved in many of them. Even in my small world of dual stu­dies, many things have happened.

Af­ter I re­tur­ned to the com­pa­ny from my Christ­mas va­ca­ti­on and was brief­ly em­ploy­ed in the Tra­de di­vi­si­on, I went back to the DHBW. But be­fo­re I was able to throw mys­elf into the fourth theo­ry se­mes­ter with my fel­low stu­dents, I went through the one-week cour­se to be­co­me a trai­ner. The TecAlliance poin­ted out the pos­si­bi­li­ty to par­ti­ci­pa­te in the pro­gram “Training for Trai­ners”, even mo­ti­va­ted and sup­por­ted us. Af­ter a theo­re­ti­cal and prac­ti­cal ex­ami­na­ti­on, I can de­mons­tra­te the vo­ca­tio­nal and work-pe­dago­gi­cal know­ledge that is ne­cessa­ry to train mys­elf la­ter on.

One sec­tion, for ex­amp­le, dealt with the dif­fe­rent ty­pes of lear­ners and the dif­fe­rent ways in which peop­le in­ter­na­li­ze and keep in­for­ma­ti­on for them­sel­ves in or­der to ge­ne­ra­te knowledge.

Al­rea­dy my first pro­ject work I dealt with the to­pic know­ledge ma­nage­ment. Among other things, I lear­ned that know­ledge is crea­ted through in­for­ma­ti­on that is en­ri­ched with ex­pe­ri­ence. The stair­ca­se of know­le­de or know­ledge py­ra­mid show this struc­tu­re qui­te well. But an im­portant aspect of know­ledge ma­nage­ment is also the dis­tri­bu­ti­on of know­ledge. Know­ledge is not lost for the sen­der when it is pas­sed on – on the con­tra­ry, syn­er­gy ef­fects are crea­ted. In this way, it is pos­si­ble to work well tog­e­ther and pro­gress is achie­ved more quickly.

Af­ter the so­me­what shor­ten­ed theo­ry pha­se – due to the cur­rent pan­de­mic, the ex­ami­na­ti­on pha­se was post­po­ned to Au­gust – my and my col­leagues star­ted the prac­ti­cal pha­se again ear­lier. Here I am working on my se­cond pro­ject work and the sub­ject of ma­chi­ne lear­ning. Ob­vious­ly it ap­pears that lear­ning is very im­portant for all of us, not only for people

That is just so­me­thing that the TecAlliance is also so­me­thing that makes it spe­cial for me: You are sup­por­ted in your fur­ther training and can draw on the ex­pe­ri­ence of col­leagues when you are working in new are­as. I am al­rea­dy ex­ci­ted to see how the work on my cur­rent pro­ject work will turn out and I am loo­king for­ward to it and to pas­sing it on to others again.

Ex­cerpt of the stair­ca­se of know­ledge by Klaus North
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