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Economics Profession For Pharmacists – Continuing Education Studies At The University Of Applied Sciences Schmalkalden

Professional management for successful pharmacies due to the great popularity and the very positive response of previous students launched the University of applied sciences Schmalkalden (fhS) the continuing education Bachelor of pharmacy business Economist (FH) “back to the summer of 2009.” Absolvierbare part-time study allows a professional approach pharmacists and pharmacists with business issues, what is needed now more than ever. Regardless the current difficult situation of the German economy had and pharmacies with various problems must sit apart. The pressure of competition between pharmacies with each other as well as with mail-order pharmacies will continue to definitely. Medium-sized companies will be increasingly affected by the development in the pharmacy market, the gap between big and small will become more open. The continuing education Bachelor of pharmacy business Economist (FH) “offers the opportunity to extend their outstanding pharmaceutical expertise to economic competence pharmacists and pharmacists.” By a larger and more complex business knowledge new individual routes can be taken or provided also familiar to the economic test.

During two semesters with six on multi-day seminars the necessary for the pharmacy ingredients of business are taught practical and lecturers with pharmaceutical experience. Curriculum are general business administration, management and organization, pharmacy marketing, corporate finance, Pharmacy Law, procurement and inventory management, operational information processing and health economics. More information to the admission criteria, the application, the programme structure, the audit services and tuition fees are available from the Center for continuing education at the fhS: University of applied sciences Schmalkalden Center for continuing education.

Enhanced Training Profession For Certification To The VMware Certified Professional

VMware training update for fast lane ‘ VMware vSphere 4.1: install, configure, manage (VICM) Hamburg/Berlin, 26 August 2010 IT training expert has fast lane as authorized VMware training centers (VATC) starting immediately the course extended by one day, VMware vSphere 4.1: install, configure, manage (VICM) in the program. At five days of training the participants can prepare in the future on the VMware certified professional (VCP) exam. The practical hands-on training provides comprehensive know-how to VMware technology. In the installation, configuration and management emphasis the from ESX/ESXi and vCenter server of existing virtualization platform VMware vSphere. The new learning modules focus on inter alia the areas of storage, virtual machines and resources monitoring. In addition, graduates sit down with the advanced field of scalability”apart.

Here you handle fast lane specialists, for example, the management of multiple vCenter Server inventories using VMware vCenter Linked fashion.

BDT Technology

Georg Weiss newly appointed new is Georg Weiss in the BDT – management in the management of Bavaria digital technology GmbH (BDT). He is now responsible for the area of technology and supports the current sole Managing Director Peter barren, now increasingly focuses on the area of sales. The Diplom-Ingenieur (FH) Georg Weiss is a proven expert in the field of hardware development and looks back on many years of experience to his new job. In his four years at BDT, he made a significant contribution to the further development of the company. The reorganization of the management level will allow us better to recognize the needs of our customers and that of the market and to meet”, says Peter barren. The new dual leadership is happy to keep the company in the future shared success. Bavaria digital technology GmbH is active since 1969 as a full service provider around electronics, automation and process control systems on the market. Produced – depending on the customer requirements -.

both individual components as well as integrated products and solutions where electro-mechanics, hardware and software development tailored to be used. A focus is the development and construction of process control stations, in particular for the printing industry. Along the entire process chain from development through planning, procurement, customer-specific manufacturing including testing up to the warehouse and delivery logistics BDT offers a comprehensive range of services without interface losses from a single source. The company operates internationally and has its headquarters in Pfronten in Bavaria, where it employs about 100 people.