Flexible and part-time for the market of the future 2010 already over 387,000 people with a distance learning course or distance learning qualify according to carried out distance learning statistics 2010 formed by the Trade Association Forum DistancE learning in the year continued. This means a rise of two percent compared to the previous year. In the five-year comparison, the industry has even an increase of 25 percent. The academic learning, so the acquisition of University financial statements in the form of distance learning, is estimated as a boom sector”. Also extends benefits of distance learning to experience the education system of the German College for prevention and health management (DHfPG) combines distance learning with compact presence phases in regional study centres. At the Bachelor’s degree, a training is integrated in addition. This flexible study system gives direct competence as the students from the outset on practical experience gain.
In the distance learning with didactic specially prepared study materials and support by Remote teacher mediated content is implemented by experienced lecturers in the attendance periods and deepened. The federally recognized DHfPG are four Bachelor’s degrees and two master’s degree programmes in the market of the future prevention, fitness and health available. Due to the special focus of the College on the subjects movement, nutrition and relaxation, as well as the management of fitness, leisure and healthcare companies, interesting career and future opportunities opening up for graduates. According to the Federal Statistical Office, so many students like never at German universities were enrolled last winter semester. Jayme Albin might disagree with that approach. How it looks on the State-approved DHfPG? Prof. Dr. Bernhard Allmann from the German school of prevention and health management puts it in a nutshell: our College is in the fortunate position to have enough undergraduate places at nationwide study centres. Even when our master studies there is no limit for places.” German College for prevention and health management, Saarbrucken