The Alpine Campus, get the know-how you need from us, straight from the horse’s mouth. The campus participants quickly attain a fund of sound knowledge and thus a high qualification level thanks to our process-related and system-specific training seminars for grinding, classifying and film blowing systems. The high percentage of practical content and the knowledge gained first-hand are high success factors. The effect speaks for itself: tangible added value results from the knowledge gained in the training courses.
- Customised and branch-specific courses
All training courses are closely aligned to the specific applications and requirements of our customers. We prepare the learning content in the individual modules accordingly. You receive relevant branch-specific and simultaneously tailor-made know-how. In order to make this knowledge transfer especially effective, we integrate experts from the respective customer divisions into our training programme. This facilitates well-founded machine-, system- or branch-specific discussions.
- Flexible training location
You choose the location of your training: either on site, at the Alpine Campus or via webinar. We guarantee the quality regardless of the location – anywhere in the world. Whether in the seminar room, direct at the machine or alternating between the two: the ideal learning location is selected to suit the learning objective and the participant.
- Learning from practical experience
Our training modules are supplemented by machine and system tests which cover a wide range of applications. The system parameters for the tests are defined by the seminar participants themselves. And it is okay to make mistakes here, because one always learns more from mistakes.
- 70:20:10 brings maximum learning success
You receive optimum support from our trainers, all of whom were trained according to methodical-didactic concepts. We are able to achieve maximum learning success with the 70:20:10 learning model. The practical experience, study and application of what has been learned are given special emphasis. The learning methods and tools applied include learning videos, quiz questions, practical tests with test machines, checklists, machine and system demos as well as the installation and removal of critical components under supervision.
|Informal Learning||Learning in Dialogue||Classic-formal Learning|
|70 %||20 %||10 %|
|by means of specific tasks||by means of the professional environment||by means of traditional further training|
|professional challenges||cooperation and coaching by supervisors||books and seminars|