Max Planck Institute for Human Development has been awarded the Trainee Prize 2016
This year, 17 prizes were awarded to apprentices and 3 prizes to training centres.
The Max Planck Institute for Human Development has been awarded the Trainee Prize 2016 by the Max Planck Society. The prize has been awarded to the Institute for the second time now for outstanding proficiency in vocational education with the Computer Science Berlin (afib) training alliance. As early as 2007, the Institute was elected as one of the best vocational training centers in the Max Planck Society for aspiring professional IT Specialists for System Integration. Every year, the Max Planck Society awards up to 20 prizes to outstanding trainees and distinguishes three institutions for their contributions to the promotion of vocational training. This year, 17 prizes were awarded to vocational trainees and three prizes were awarded to youth training centers.