The Technical Academy Teutloff, the system integrator CSAE and the automation specialist Turck gave at the 17. September the starting signal for the Teutloff "model factory" in Braunschweig. The new learning concept of the academy is intended to make future specialists fit for digitized jobs in the industrial 4.0 environment. The aim is to convey knowledge directly in the process in a practice-oriented and playful way. Threshold fears are to be reduced by own learning experiences.
Teutloff will be supported by automation solutions from Turck, which will be integrated into the model workshop by the system integrator CSAE on the software and system side. The cooperation agreement between the three partners marks the start of joint work on further projects on learning and modern working environments. "Digitization will have a strong impact on the work of the future, so we need to pick up the staff with the right training offer," says J√∂rg Wittkugel, Turck's Sales Director Northern Germany. Michel Wedekind, Managing Director of system house CSAE adds: "The work will continue to change radically, the handling of digital media is increasingly important. We need to prepare people to enable them to qualify. The model factory is a strong concept for that. "
Teutloff has been active as a technical academy for more than 100 years in training of specialists and executives in West and North-West Germany. CSAE has more than 20 years of experience in the development and integration of automation solutions, many years as a system partner of Turck.
Image: The cooperation partners press together on the start button for the "model factory": from left: Michel Wedekind, CSAE, Alexander von L√ľtzow and Caner Durgut, Teutloff, and J√∂rg Wittkugel, Turck