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I recommend ISE! – Retraining specialist for warehouse logistics

First of all, I would like to thank our lecturer Richard Kirschner for always having an open ear for everyone and for being extremely patient with the sixteen of us retrainees, who couldn't be more different.

Briefly about me: My name is Apostolos Vougazianos and I took part in the retraining program at the ISE Language and Vocational Training Center to become a warehouse logistics specialist in the period from March 16, 2009 to March 16, 2011. A long two years that flew by.

I asked my employment agent what options there were for me to further my education or complete new training. When my employment agent told me that I could take part in retraining to become a warehouse logistics specialist, I was happy at first, but I didn't know exactly what to expect.

As soon as I got home, I started searching on the Internet to find out what requirements the job requires and what you can learn. When I read all of this, I was shocked at first. Can I really do all of this? And what will it be like to learn something again after such a long time? It's been a few days since I left school. Such extensive training with a final examination before the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (IHK)…

Then came the first day of the retraining, I hadn't slept a wink the night before, I was quite curious and excited at the same time on the morning the course started. With this feeling it started. The classroom was pleasantly large, so we felt comfortable very quickly.

When our lecturer Richard Kirschner introduced himself and said we could say Richy and told us that he was just as excited as some of us the night before, the ice was broken and it took a lot of the tension out of some of the participants in the course fallen off. Even when Mr. Blendowski (the boss) came by and wished us all a good start, saying that there was a lot to learn, but that we could contact our lecturer at any time if we had problems, we were initially relieved.

We received the books and everything we needed from the ISE Language and Vocational Training Center; Each workstation also had a PC with an Internet connection, which proved to be very useful given the variety of questions and tasks that were asked later.

After some of us had problems with our backs on the somewhat small chairs, it was not an issue to report this problem to Mr. Blendowski. We got really good office chairs with high backrests that were easy on the intervertebral discs and back.

The lessons themselves included the following subjects: logistical processes, mathematics, economics and last but not least business English. Challenging lessons that always kept you entertained.

We could really rely on our lecturer and if there were any questions, he explained it to everyone until the proverbial penny dropped. As a result, we became more and more prepared for the demanding examination before the Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Thanks to the good preparation by our lecturers, most of the class passed the exam with good grades.

During the retraining, two internships took place in companies in order to deepen the knowledge we had learned in practice. When looking for an internship, our lecturer helped us to create an expressive application and Mr. Albrecht (ISE employment agent) helped us with addresses of companies where we could apply. It was only a matter of time before every retrainee got a suitable internship and could now apply the knowledge they had learned in practice. Some of us were also lucky enough to get a job directly with your internship company. I am one of these lucky ones – thanks to our lecturer and the ISE!

Written by Apostolos Vougazianos

First of all, I would like to thank our lecturer Richard Kirschner for always having an open ear for everyone and for being extremely patient with the sixteen of us students who couldn't be more different.

Briefly about myself, my name is Apostolos Vougazianos and I took part in the ISE retraining program to become a warehouse logistics specialist at ISE in the period from March 16, 2009 to March 16, 2011.

A long two years that flew by.

I found out from my employment agency what opportunities there were for me to continue my training or do a new apprenticeship. When my employment agent told me that I would be retraining as a warehouse logistics specialist, I was happy at first, but I didn't know exactly what to expect.

As soon as I got home, I started searching on the Internet to find out what requirements I needed and what I needed to learn. When I read all of this I was shocked at first.

Can I really do all of this? And what will it be like to learn something again after such a long time? It's been a few days since I left school. Such extensive training with a final examination before the Chamber of Industry and Commerce.

Then came the first day of retraining, the night before not a single eye was closed, curious and excited at the same time. With this feeling it started. The classroom was pleasantly large so we felt comfortable very quickly.

When our lecturer Richard Kirschner introduced himself and said we could say Richy and told us that he was just as excited as some of us the night before, the ice was broken and a lot of the tension of some of the people in the course fell away .

When Mr. Blendowski (the boss) came by and wished us all a good start, saying that there was a lot to learn, but that we could contact our lecturer at any time if we had any problems, we were relieved.

We received the books and everything we needed from the ISE, and every place had a computer with an internet connection, which proved to be very useful given the variety of questions.

After some of us had problems with the cross on the somewhat small chairs, it was not an issue to tell Mr. Blendowski about this. We got really good office chairs with high backs without any problem.

The lessons themselves covered topics in logistical processes, mathematics, economics and last but not least business English. Challenging lessons that always kept you entertained.

We could really rely on our lecturer and if we had any questions, he explained it until the proverbial penny dropped. As a result, we became more and more prepared for the demanding examination before the Chamber of Industry and Commerce. Thanks to the good preparation by our lecturers, most of the class passed the exam with good grades.

During this time, two internships took place at companies to deepen the knowledge we had learned in practice. When looking for an internship, our lecturer helped us to create an expressive application and Mr. Albrecht helped us with addresses of companies we could apply to. Which led to everyone getting an internship and being able to put the knowledge they had learned into practice. Some of us were also lucky enough to get a job directly with your internship company.

I am one of these lucky ones, thanks to our lecturer and ISE..