World Vision child sponsorship
Sustainable development aid instead of unnecessary giveaways
Instead of Christmas presents, Mütsch Fertigungstechnik GmbH is again supporting World Vision projects this year. Child sponsorships have been an integral part for years and are also well received by the workforce. The company particularly focuses on project areas that are not in the media spotlight in all current crises and conflicts. Depending on the individual needs in the project area, sponsorship helps in various areas to improve the living conditions of the sponsored children, their families and further locals in the long term and sustainably. The 4 most important building blocks of this work are clean water, education, health and wholesome nutrition. World Vision’s particularly responsible handling of donations is confirmed by the seal of the German Central Institute for Social Issues (DZI) and was awarded first place in a Spiegel Online study.
MLS – Mobile Learning in Smart Factories
Mütsch digitizes the training
With MLS, Mütsch Fertigungstechnik GmbH is introducing a web-based online learning platform in training. This enables the trainees to work and learn in a networked location-independent manner. According to the principle of complete action (1 informing, 2 planning, 3 decision-making, 4 executing, 5 checking, 6 evaluating), the trainees can view and process the work tasks assigned to them. With this structure, MLS promotes problem-solving-oriented work and supports it with e-learning, wiki functionality, images, videos, excerpts from specialist literature, as well as drawings and 3D models. For greater learning success, the trainees can create their own notes, in text, as a picture or in video form. In the meantime, the trainers monitor all the learning progress of their trainees in the digital learning platform They evaluate the results, give feedback and intervene to provide support if necessary. The prerequisites for individual learning are given and the static training folder will soon be a thing of the past.