“Not student exams allow graduation on June 30, 2010 was the big day for five participants of the project production school Angermunde” of the Angermunder education works e.V. The two girls and three boys aged between 19 and 24 received their secondary school. This is the result of nine months of professional qualification and working on educational deficits. Production school discovered and acquired skills to young people and enable hidden talents. The home-made products make them proud and motivate new.”explains the workshop teacher Hans-Werner Reimann. Social Learning Theory pursues this goal as well.
Additional lessons, but also learning in the production process prepared the young people on the so-called not-school examination. The project participants had to pass an exam in German, maths, biology, and geography and the EHM Welk high school as a testing facility was able to confirm all the reaching of the main graduation. Proudly the young people took on June 30, 2010 by the headmaster of the examiners Setting up Frank Bretsch certificates receive. Warmly thanked the trainers Hans Wernern Reimann and Judith border as well as the teachers of Renate Schmidt and Dr. Alfred Tamme and Ina Nerreter, who was always with advice and to assist young people with personal problems. Strengthened, motivated and with the necessary tools, participants are now prepared for the education market.
Three started a business internship right at the 01.07.2010. A young man is preparing for bringing to his journeyman’s examination. The success of the project was only through the support of the district Uckermark, the cooperation with the State School Board and the EHM Welk high school as well as possible with the help of cooperating companies. This gave the young people a new chance. He also founded in October 2008 Project Advisory Board the production school has contributed to the overcoming of formal hurdles. On the website are information and documentation to work in the production of school available.”says Hans-Werner Reimann. The project was sponsored by the Ministry of labour, Social Affairs, women and family from resources of the European Social Fund and the State of Brandenburg and co-financed by the district Uckermark.