Arbeiter Training

May 8th, 2014

Nurse Sascha Biebel studied as ‘professionally very qualified’ Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund, rescue service Sacha Baker worked in his youth like in the social field. After graduation was for him so out of the question that he wanted to continue to work in this industry. Initially he trained as a nurse, then he became aware of the dual studies at the German school of prevention and health management. Since 2008, “Sascha Biebel there studied the degree of Bachelor in healthcare management, and no high school diploma. “With his training and numerous training courses, he fulfilled the conditions, to a specially qualified person” to be able to study without Abitur at the DHfPG. “For him the optimal solution: I would opt for the dual study on the DHfPG me again definitely!” Sascha Biebel committed since his youth in the social field.

With 14 years he worked in the Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund, completed the rescue workers and helped with the rescue. This work made him so much Fun, that for him after his graduation was set to ride still social area. I’ve decided to begin training as a nurse. I completed my training at the municipal hospital in Pirmasens. I switched after the completion of training then in the Palatinate hospital.” In addition to the social area Sascha Biebel interested in also the issues of sport and fitness. Therefore he began to work as an independent trainer parallel to his work at the hospital in a gym.”To prepare for this activity, I have completed the fitness trainer-B licence and a back school qualification at the BSA-Akademie in Saarbrucken. So I could create the basis for my trainer activity.” During his training, Sascha Biebel was on the German school of prevention and health management attention, whose head office is located as well as those of their sister company, the BSA-Akademie in Saarbrucken, Germany. The College offers several dual degree programs, the Include distance learning, periods of personal attendance and on-the-job training.

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