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In the new school year, the Fliegerwerkstatt cooperates with the educational institution Arbeit und Bildung e.V. and takes over the practical part of the programme ” Practical Experience for Refugee Youths”. This programme is supported by the Senate Department for Education, Youth and Family.
We congratulate Hadi Heidari, who successfully completed his three-year training as a process mechanic for surface technology at Krauss GmbH!
For the second time, the Fliegerwerkstatt goes on a sailing tour. 14 teenager and four instructors started the tour from the Ijsselmeer to the North Sea on Friday.
Together with nine employees of the Daimler sales division in Berlin, we have built two large mobile benches and a raised bed for our inner courtyard. Soon we will be able to harvest our vegetables from our own raised bed for cooking.
‘I’m coming to the Fliegerwerkstatt because I can meet with my friends. I like it a lot, I can play here, and there are different things I can do here.’
‘I’m coming to the Fliegerwerkstatt because they took me in nice and super. I have been here for three years and they have supported me with many things and helped me to lead a good life (school, education, simulator). The Fliegerwerkstatt is like my second home and my family. They taught me a lot and I want to learn more. I love coming here because I feel comfortable here.’
‘Well, I go to the Fliegerwerkstatt because I enjoy working with wood and because I’m happy about the nice people. I hope that the workshop will be maintained for a long time to come.’
‘I come to the workshop because I can learn many new things. I’m interested in woodworking and I can have a good time with my friends. If I don’t feel like doing something, I can just come here and play foosball and cook with my friends.’
‘I come to the Fliegerwerkstatt because there you can bring different projects to life and you learn how to use different tools’.