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04.08.2020
IHK examinations postponed. Vocational schools closed. What companies can do.
01.08.2020
The VDMA accompanies and supports its members on their way to Industrie 4.0. Here you will find an overview of the current publications on the subject.
06.07.2020
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25.06.2020
What is actually happening in the field of artificial intelligence? Where is mechanical engineering currently positioned, what are the changes and what do they mean for modern working and the workforce?
22.06.2020
In principle, the training company is obliged to use all available resources to ensure that training continues during the corona pandemic.
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Recent videos

07.05.2020
Main actor in part 3 is Jan Vogt from VDMA member HAHN Automation in Rheinböllen in the Hunsrück. He is team leader in the area "Robot & Vision" and explains the exciting facets of his job as well as the special features of HAHN as an employer.
02.12.2019
Young professionals find attractive jobs in mechanical engineering. Hardly any other industry is so versatile and brings different disciplines together so closely. As a supplier and user, mechanical engineering is at the heart of today's and tomorrow's technologies, providing solutions and making things possible. Clever minds with Motivation is welcome here - there is a lot to discover and to develop!
03.09.2019
Deutschland braucht ein verpflichtendes Schulfach Technik an allen Schulformen in allen Bundesländern! Warum der VDMA das fordert, erklärt Dr. Jörg Friedrich, Leiter VDMA Bildung in einem kurzen Videostatement.
27.06.2019
Hartmut Rauen, Deputy Executive Director of the VDMA, explains where he sees the greatest challenges for industry 4.0 in engineering education, how he assesses the state of engineering education at universities and what role he attributes to industry in future engineering education.
22.06.2017
Für Oliver Jahnel ist 3D nicht nur im Kino interessant. Arbeitsaufträge erledigt er gerne im Team, das selbständige Erarbeiten von Problemlösungen sieht er als Herausforderung, die ihm in seinem Ausbildungsberuf Freude bereitet. Oliver macht eine Ausbildung zum Technischen Produktdesigner bei der KARL MAYER Textilmaschinenfabrik GmbH. 11. Teil unserer Serie „Azubis fragen Azubis“. Mehr auf http://talentmaschine.de/azubis-fragen-azubis