RWTH Congratulates 55 Apprentices for Completing Their Training
55 RWTH apprentices received their completion certificates. During a graduation ceremony they were congratulated by Heinz Gehlen from IHK Aachen, RWTH Chancellor Manfred Nettekoven, and the Chair of the University's Staff Concil, Herbert Kirch.
Future construction materials testers include Manuel-Maurice Kreuder, Mario Peter Vondenhoff, Felix Johannes Otte, and Jens Wischum.
The following students finished training as chemical laboratory assistants: Rene Gerhard Breuer, Jascha Gerards, Sabrina Mallmann, Matthias Paustenbach, Dirk Pullem, Tobias Schillberg, Willy Schillberg, und Anika Wolters.
Jan Andres, Carsten Coenen, Daniel Louis, Timo Neuenstein, and Markus Prümmer were trained as electronics technicians for equipment and systems.
Markus Suchalla could celebrate his graduation as a specialist for market and social research.
Vocational training to become an IT specialist with a specialization in system integration was completed by Frank Buchholz, Marcel Henseler, Rene Joeris, Pierre Kerschgens, Vivien Schlottmann, and Sebastian Walter.
Stephan Dimittri Alambeis, Olivia Ganser, and René Straten are now industrial electricians.
The following individuals can now call themselves industrial mechanics: Michael Bergen, Sascha Bergrath, David Dentzer, Uwe Hagedorn, Kai Marco Honne, René Ralf Rosenthal, Timo Schönenberg, Andreas Thönnessen, Evgenij Vojcehovic, and Sebastian Wolff.
David Achilles, Judith Defourny, Jennifer Dolfen, Christina Eßer, Daniela Gorissen, Inga Stephanie Herpers, Nina Karius, Jennifer Klüttgens, Malin Krüger, Larissa Rehann, Angela Roß, Dania Larissa Schiffers, and Laura-Marlen Stein will be employed as management assistants for office communication in the future.
Maren Reul completed training for carpentry and Alexander Seferings can look forward to his degree in machine and plant operation.
Ina Schmitz is now a management assistant for sports and fitness. Toni Theiler successfully completed training as a technical product designer and Pascal Langbehn will work in horticulture in the future.