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Applied Sciences Schmalkalden Secure one of the few free places! "" The study begins with the first presence phase of the 21.bis to 24 November 2013 the modules dealt application-oriented tool design ", speaker here is Programme Director Professor Dr. Thomas Seul and technologies in the tooling". The event on the subject of technology in tooling"is led by Mr Heinz Emmerich's, a skilled toolmaker with many years of practical experience in the field of injection moulding, press -, die-cast, cutting and forming tools. His lecture will focus on the consideration of injection moulds for plastics. The students get to know injection moulds as resources and the various watering systems. In addition, the topics of mould temperature control, mould of injection moulded plastic parts and materials, and surface coating process for tools components are considered. In the further course of the year-long study, the participants besides tool technologies and manufacturing strategies learn how legal and economic foundations Corporate governance, law, marketing and project management. At the end of the study, in the last phase of the presence, is a lecture on the topic of social skills"instead. The event led by Professor Dr. Richert is engaged in the specialized methodological and social competence of human action. Students engaged in decision-making and problem-solving skills, learning, teaching and working techniques, conflict management, and much more. All curriculum have been developed in close cooperation with renowned professors and experienced professionals from the practice and have not only an application-oriented character, but correspond to the latest findings from research and teaching at the same time. Jorg grindstone, graduate of the year of the studies reported enthusiastically 2012/2013: this continuing education offer is a genuine update for experienced tool and die makers. The instructors knowledge from practice for practice." While the students can benefit from the competence network between University...