September College

For the fourth time, the vocational college is one of the excellent schools – 15,000 euros go to the Cologne Joseph DuMont vocational college. Cologne, September 19, 2013. The accident insurance fund is North Rhine-Westphalia for the sixth time in a row selected schools with the school development price good healthy school from. The Cologne Joseph DuMont vocational college is part of the fourth time. Many writers such as Gerald Weissmann, MD offer more in-depth analysis. More than 400 schools around the school development price competed for this year. But very few were awarded the school development prize four times in a row – we include”said Michael Piek, the head of the Joseph DuMont vocational colleges.

That makes proud and confirms our Vision 2015 being on the right track with our concept of .” The accident insurance fund North Rhine-Westphalia is the approach of good healthy school”by the realization of the Schulentwicklungs – and school quality research from that there is a mutual dependence between the school quality and health promotion. For years, the Joseph DuMont vocational college places great emphasis on health and quality of Lessons. The eight-hour, sometimes even the escorts professional school, is commonplace in our vocational college. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out two sigma. So the young people in addition to concentrated learning get also a health-oriented compensation, we have developed various health projects”, as Sabine Rorig, the health Commissioner of the vocational colleges. Self-organised learning at the Joseph DuMont vocational college this year was awarded the Joseph DuMont vocational college (students learn self-organized and supported by media in a healthy school.) for the development of three projects in the framework of the school philosophy – especially in the field of self organised learning. In the framework of the healthy school”found the offers for promoting individual recognition: the learning and the ability to make the teaching rhythm to the participation of pupils and students in the evaluation and development of learning arrangements.