Annual QA Conference
Joint cooperation of different stakeholders to foster QA of SCHE.
Interdisciplinary Project Work with Concrete Outcomes
Interdisciplinary holistic approach bringing together a real experience of students professional and transversal skills with an emphasis on values such as contributing to the benefit of the local community and social inclusion.
Two lectures joining together in one class/lab.
In order to realise these, it is necessary to provide intensive cooperation and communication between those lectures. Both lectures have to decide the topic of inter-course and prepare together assignments, presentation and lecture. This way we stimulate cross-linked and networked learning and teaching.
Professional Excursion to WoW (Berlin)
With this excursion we try to realise network learning and applicate the theoretical gained knowledge in the realistic situation at the Berlin destination. At the same time we try to stimulate the development of skills such as practical and joined-up thinning in order to prepare our students for WoW. The Berlin Excursion organised by elected students under the mentorship of three lecturers is presenting the innovative educational concept of collaborative and competence based learning. This way students are able to gain in practice competences, knowledge and skills in field hospitality and tourism industry. As well they will get to know other culture and heritage and develop positive relations to different culture and countries people.
Technical and Education Consortium
Consortium has for objective to support technical education and permeability among the individual levels of the education system within the region.
Centre for Practical Education
Strong and continuously nurtured partnerships with the World of Work mean more clarity for our students when making their career choices.
Acquisition of professional skills
Lessons in smaller groups, more than one lecturer and studying in a realistic environment helps to acquire professional skills.
Content and Language Integrated Learning
Content and Language Integrated Learning is effective and helps students acquire speciality related language.
Project "Safe School"
We prepare regular seminars with information about prevention of needlestick related injuries and prevention of injuries in real hospital practice in general for students in pre-gradual education.
Special Subject for Paramedics: Prevention of Violence
Violence towards the prehospital emergency professionals is often neglected. The rate of occupational injuries among paramedics and other emergency medical professionals is eight times higher than the national average for all workers and twice as high as the rate for police officers; it seems there is no occupational group with a higher injury or fatality rate than paramedics and medical professionals in emergency medicine. To enhance this, Medical College decided to create a new subject for students of the Paramedic Program - Prevention of Violence.