On this page, you will find offers for additional trainings which you can complete during your studies.
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High-quality personnel development and junior staff development in companies is only possible through qualified trainers who are experts at planning educational trainings and practices.
A trainer certificate is necessary to work with trainees or apprentices.
For more information, please visit the trainer certificate page.
The CLAD Certificate is a possible final exam for the general elective LabVIEW for Engineers.
NI LabVIEW is a graphical programming environment for engineers and scientists that is used to create test, measurement, and control applications. Developed more than 20 years ago, LabVIEW’s intuitive handling makes it easy to integrate the software into classroom instruction, projects, and applications to promote sustainable training for future engineers and scientists.
At the end of the course, you will have the opportunity to obtain an official certificate from National Instrument, the so-called CLAD - Certified LabVIEW Associated Developer. If you pass the exam with 70% or more, you will be sent the CLAD Certificate by National Instruments. Students can thus obtain an additional certificate for their applications.
For further information, please contact Prof. Ulrich Mann at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering.
On a regular basis, the Faculty’s ERP Lab in cooperation with the Technologie- und Gründerzentrum Würzburg (TGZ) offers certified training for ERP Managers.
For more information about this qualification, please visit the pages of the ERP Lab or of the Campus for Professional Development.
Please visit the pages of the Faculty of Applied Natural Sciences and Humanities (FANG) for all information about the qualification as expert in environmental protection.
The cross-faculty lecture series gründen@fhws is a general elective (AWPM) that teaches everything to make you fit for your own start-up activities. It is, however, currently only offered in German. Within the general elective and together with cooperation partners, such as FHWS lecturers supporting start-ups, the digital innovation centre Zentrum für Digitale Innovation (ZDI), the Chamber of Industry and Commerce (IHK) and many others, you can participate in workshops and lectures to learn more about start-up procedures.
Events you attend and results you produce, also those at external partners, are collected in your personal GRÜNDER:portfolio. This portfolio shows your entrepreneurial activities and achievements and can support later start-up activities with investors or funding applications.
Contact: Module PIONIER by BEST-FIT, gruenden[at]fhws.de
All information about REFA courses are available on E-Learning in the section “Karriere und Weiterbildung” (career and advanced training):
Contact: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Deutschle<STRONG/>
SAP Certified Associate - Business Process Integration with SAP ERP 6.0 EhP6
directly by SAP® AG
The next SAP® TERP10 courses in English and German will take place in the summer holidays of 2019.
For more information you can read the course leaflet (english/german) and info leaflet (english/german) from 2018.
For more information, please contact Jan Senner, (SAP lecturer/SAP Consultant) & Puay Wee Chua (SAP lecturer/SAP Consultant).
For SAP® TERO10 courses during the break after the winter semester, please contact Alex Kimmel (Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, FWiWi).
Within the course Process Optimization with SIX SIGMA by Prof. Dr. Kurt Schwindel, a certified Master Black Belt, students can obtain an internationally recognised Six Sigma Green Belt or Black Belt certificate. Certificate requirements are the successfully completed exam (grade 2.3 or better) and completion of a project during which students provide proof that they can apply acquired methods successfully. This project may also be conducted as project for a bachelor's thesis.