Throwback 2012 – Continuing Education Innovation Prize

#ThrowbackThursday for the “Continuing Education Innovation Prize 2012” (WIP) at Didacta in Hanover!

A special recognition for the “Heidenhain Interactive Training” (HIT) project. On behalf of Heidenhain, we developed a revolutionary learning program that teaches older specialists how to operate and program complex CNC controls.

This innovative self-learning concept combined multimedia elements with traditional methods and enabled learners to learn flexibly and at any time.

The jury not only praised the high level of clarity and variety of the learning opportunities, but also the way in which KELLER combined work and learning.

Discover more about our history on our website:

Pictured (from left to right representing the respective offices at the time): Prof. Dr. Esser (President of the Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training), Dr. Porwol (State Secretary in the Lower Saxony Ministry of Education and Cultural Affairs), Dr. Becker (Chairwoman of the Marie-Luise and Ernst Becker Foundation), Mr. Keller (founder of R. & S. KELLER GmbH), Mr. Wechselberger (former Head of Technical Training at Heidenhain) and Mr. Müller (author of the workbooks on “HIT”).

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Klaus Reckermann


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