About Us

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Our technical school has been successfully training educators since 2015 and received state accreditation from the Ministry of Education of Saxony-Anhalt in 2018.

We identify with our foundation’s guiding principle:

Find your goal, embark on the journey, and go as far as you can!

Our aim is to train educators who possess comprehensive professional competence, enabling them to holistically and proactively master the multifaceted and complex tasks of upbringing, education, and care in all areas of social pedagogical work securely.

What sets us apart:

The combination of academically sound and field-oriented instruction with practical training

A constructive learning atmosphere in which our vocational school students and teachers engage in dialogue on an equal footing

Utilization of expert knowledge from the network of providers to enrich our teaching sessions

Enhancement of practical experience through projects, excursions, and elective courses.

Close collaboration with the industry partners of the part-time vocational training


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Susanne Hecht


Susanne Hecht studied Rehabilitation Pedagogy at the University of Dortmund and Motology at the University of Marburg. She has furthered her qualifications through professional development courses in vocational pedagogy and personal development counseling. Since 2013, she has been involved in the training of educators. Her goal is to provide her students with diverse learning paths to acquire holistic competencies and empower them to confront and solve future challenges.

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Josefine Eichel


Josefine Eichel completed her Master’s degree in Nutritional Science at Anhalt University in Bernburg. In 2015, she began her career as an instructor, focusing on areas such as health, physical education, mathematics, and ecology. In addition to her professional work, she pursued certification as a yoga instructor and personal development consultant. Her passion is to inspire future educators, particularly in subjects like mindfulness, sustainability, and a healthy lifestyle. Outside of work, you’ll mostly find her engaged in snowboarding, kitesurfing, and stand-up paddleboarding.

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Dr. Mustafa Coskun


Dr. Mustafa Coskun studied American Studies in Istanbul and Ethnology at Indiana University in the USA, and received his doctorate from the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology. He has furthered his qualifications through professional certificates in TESOL and international education consultancy. He taught and conducted research in the fields of linguistics and cultural studies at universities in Turkey, Central Asia, the USA, and Germany. Since 2022, he teaches English and social sciences at our school, where he values the transformative potential of training future educators. He enjoys engaging in critical discussions in the fields of intercultural communication and international education and structures his classes as interactive and interdisciplinary learning experiences.

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Dr. Birgit Sielmon


Birgit Sielmon completed her studies in plant production at the University of Agriculture in Nitra, Slovakia. After a successful doctoral dissertation, she was awarded the academic degree ‚Doctor agriculturarum‘ by the Academy of Agricultural Sciences of the former East Germany. Following her certification as an IHK (Chamber of Industry and Commerce) certified industrial clerk with teaching qualifications, she worked for several educational institutions in vocational training and youth career orientation projects after the reunification of Germany. Since the establishment of our school in 2015, she has been serving as the school coordinator, primarily responsible for the organization of operational processes. As a central point of contact in communication with all stakeholders, especially teachers and vocational students, she is deeply committed to creating an optimal learning and teaching environment.

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Uta Aehlig


Uta Aehlig studied Education at the Pedagogical University of Dresden and Social Work at the University of Applied Sciences in Potsdam. She holds a teaching diploma and is a state-recognized social pedagogue. Since 2016, she has been teaching at our school, specializing in music education, including guitar, among other subjects. She places great importance on a trusting collaboration with organizations in child and youth welfare, as they are vital partners in the education of future educators. For her, the successful transmission and shared experience of elementary music pedagogy occur when the vocational students themselves find joy and pleasure in it. Her motto: ‚If you want to ignite a fire, you must be the flame yourself!‘ (Augustine of Hippo)

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Eugen Manser


Eugen Manser studied theology at Friedrich Schiller University in Jena and served as a pastor in Bretleben, Kindelbrück, and Halle. In his later years of his career, he worked as a religious studies teacher in various schools in Halle. In his teaching, he aims to familiarize students with the stories and traditions of the Christian religion as a guide for their own life, addressing topics like birth and death, joy and sorrow, celebration, and mourning. He is dedicated to enabling future educators to be articulate, even in situations where words might typically fail. He is particularly passionate about reviving the art of storytelling.

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Bettina Forisch


Bettina Forisch successfully completed her teacher training at Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, majoring in German and Music. Subsequently, she obtained her certification for secondary school teaching after studying Ethics at Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg. Since 2015, she has been teaching classes at our school in the field of music education. More specifically, she teaches guitar and keyboard, and is actively involved in facilitation of hands-on music instruction. Her primary objective is to cultivate practical musical skills for aspiring educators, skills which can be applied in their future roles.