Digital skills are more important than ever. A structured and continuous qualification of employees is therefore one of the key factors for sustainable companies and public institutions. The 22 Bechtle training centres throughout Germany offer a comprehensive range of training courses and related services. By expanding and modernising the training centre in the IT system house in Münster, Bechtle has strengthened the IT training location in the long term - with a strong impact for the region and far beyond.
More than 120 guests, including Münster’s mayor, Wendela-Beate Vilhjalmsson, and the chairman of Bechtle’s Executive Board, Dr Thomas Olemotz, inaugurated the new training facilities in late September. Located just across the street from its previous location, the centre covers 850 m2, taking up the entire ground floor of the recently constructed building. It features a state-of-the-art infrastructure that meets all of the technical and functional requirements of a cutting-edge training establishment. Clients have access to eight classrooms, a large conference room as well as eight VUE testing stations. Bechtle partners with the world’s leading provider of electronic certification tests, Pearson VUE, giving training participants the opportunity to sit the certification exam directly following their course.
The Münster training team offers advice on selecting the right training and certifications, drawing on their knowledge as a partner of major industry names. In addition, these qualification experts plan and implement all aspects of IT and soft-skills training for their clients. “In our current digital age, it is imperative to consistently build expertise and obtain qualifications. We ensure top quality and lasting benefits through training courses and workshops that are tailored to current requirements, as well as experienced trainers,” says Frank Pleimann, head of Bechtle’s training centre in Münster.
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Published on Feb 26, 2019.