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10.04.2019
The German mechanical and plant engineering industry can draw a proud balance for its companies on the occasion of the vocational training report adopted by the Federal Government on Wednesday: The number of trainees in the German mechanical and plant engineering sector rose again in 2018.
26.03.2019
Digitalisation not only changes organisational and production processes - it will also lead to further changes in the world of work. Do we need a new "digital" labour law? Together with experts from the law firm Taylor Wessing, these and far more questions will be discussed on June 25 2019.
21.02.2019
The Corporate Learning Community (CLC) is a non-commercial network of actors in operational personnel development. The activities of the community are aimed at innovative learning. Already in 2018 the VDMA took over the patronage for a so-called Learning Camp.
15.02.2019
Deputy VDMA Executive Director Hartmut Rauen considers the use of Artificial Intelliegnz to be largely uncritical, even if a discussion about its ethical dimensions is important, said Rauen on the occasion of the Bundestag debate on the AI strategy of the Federal Government.
22.01.2019
Tomorrow's world of work must not be regulated to the letter. The ILO's proposals go to the wrong direction.
15.01.2019
The CLC is a non-commercial network of actors in personnel development and focuses on innovative learning. Their activities fits very well into the initiatives of the VDMA.
11.01.2019
Also the EU Parliament is intensively discussing how the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) should be politically addressed. On 14th January, the European Parliament's Industry Committee will vote on a report in which MEPs set out their views on the future of AI.
03.12.2018
VDMA: Development should not be prematurely slowed down by tight regulations - Mechanical Engineering Industry Association publishes position paper on AI
07.03.2018
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29.11.2018
Despite (still) rising student numbers in computer science, the high drop-out rates are a cause for concern. In order to meet the demand for IT specialists in industry 4.0, the quality of teaching must be further improved. The VDMA nacelle initiative is committed to this and will include the field of computer science in the next project phase.
Andrea Veerkamp-Walz
Andrea Veerkamp-Walz
Abteilung Betriebswirtschaft: Personalmanagement, Personalwesen, Personalpolitik
+49 69 6603-1488
+49 69 6603-2488
Dr. Jörg Friedrich
Dr. Jörg Friedrich
Leiter Abteilung Bildung
+49 69 6603-1935
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Fabian Seus
Fabian Seus
Manager VDMA Competence Center Labour Market
+49 69 6603-1350
+49 69 6603-2350
Thomas Kraus
Thomas Kraus
Referent Technik und Umwelt, Arbeitsschutz/Arbeitssicherheit, Produktsicherheit, Maschinenrichtlinie, Marktüberwachung, New Legislative Framework
+49 69 6603-1602
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