The KarriereCenter bautec | Hall 5.2 />
Free entry for trainees, students and pupils* />
18 – 21 February 2020 />
In the CareerCenter the branches of construction and building services engineering present themselves with many opportunities to participate />
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Four years after the last video, we shot a new film about the Fliegerwerkstatt! Continue reading “New Film about the Fliegerwerkstatt”
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.
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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.
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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.
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For over a year we have been restoring a Fokker triplane from the Technikmuseum Berlin. Now we are rebuilding the missing propeller. The initiator and volunteer is Günter Hujer, who brings his many years of experience to Rolls-Royce. As a permanent loan from the Technikmuseum, the Fokker has now found its place in the Fliegerwerkstatt.
The pupils of the Alfred-Nobel-Schule took over the order from DEPOT to dismantle the complete shop equipment of the Charlottenburg branch. The dismantling saved 80 linear metres of shelving from scrapping and handed it over to the Berlin city mission
Nora and Emma have been building their wooden canoe for almost a year.
From the first outline to the sawing out and assembling of the templates to the cutting and milling of the mouldings, they have done everything themselves.
The last strips are still planked, then sanded and a glass fabric filled with epoxy resin is applied. In summer they want to do the first canoe tour!
Julian, Hadi and Umut complete their first flight hours in the simulator. Engineer and hobby pilot Holger Litzenberg explains the many different functions and gives step by step the instructions necessary for take-off, flight and landing.
The next step is to get to know the software of the simulator. As an instructor, the youngsters can then make all flight settings and later accompany other youngsters and guests.
[Foto: Annika Nagel]