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Vocational Training

The Vocational Training Program (VTP) of the Department Biochemistry & Biotechnology (DBB) aims to introduce its students in businesses and organizations of public or private sector for a period of two months during their studies, in order to:

  • Apply the acquired knowledge and develop skills that will be required to demonstrate in their first working environments,
  • Create a communication channel between DBB and businesses in order to facilitate their cooperation.

Given the above, DBB decided that all its students would be involved in compulsory VTP after the second year of their studies. This is necessary for the following reasons:

  • At the end of third year of studies the students of DBB will be asked to undertake a diploma project. During the fourth year this will be a major educational process. In the frame of the interaction of VTP and the learning process, it would be preferable prior to each student a wide vocational practice before choosing a project. In addition, the PPI could provide the stimulus to the student to choose the appropriate topic in connection with production.
  • The VTP can be done in parts, but still every two months (i.e. two consecutive summers). However, preference is given to continuous rather than partial VTP. The start of the VTP at the end of the second year and the extension beyond the third, will allow some students to work in different business environments (e.g. in a private and in a public entity). Therefore, comparisons can be made and lead to important decisions for their subsequent working careers.

 

Immediate beneficiaries of the VTP

Immediate beneficiaries of the VTP will be DBB students because:

  • They will acquire a comprehensive understanding of the responsibilities and roles should play as future employees. It will also give them the appropriate stimuli to develop individual and team skills. It is estimated that this would be a smoother transition from the university in the future working environment.
  • Daily employment practices and contact with public and private entities will lead into a new type of reflection and awareness of the limits in the workplace environment per se, concerning both the institutional workings of the market, and the economic earnings.

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