ZADI S.P.A IS THE DESTINATION OF THREE STUDENTS FROM INSTITUTE BKWB
Zadi’s News • October 5th, 2018
Eric Gottschalk, Calogero Farrauto and Theodorou Theodoros are three students from BKWB institute in Wuppertal. Their internship started on July 2nd, and they have worked in Carpi (MO) at Zadi S.p.a. until the beginning of August. The students have had the opportunity to work in Zadi, one of the European leaders in the market of locking and lighting systems for the automotive sector.
THE INTERNSHIP IN ZADI
The students have worked in different departments inside the Carpi production plant: in assembly line, and in the testing laboratory. They have worked with people inside of Zadi with a lot of effort and interest.
In this experience they have been personally followed by the Zadi’s staff: Davide Magnanini (Zadi quality department), Vincenzo Iscaro (Laboratory manager) and Davide Montanari (Industrialization department manager). The tutors have done a great job, knowing how to relate with the different profiles of the students.
Paolo Negrelli (Managing Director of the subsidiary Zadi GKS Schließsysteme of Haan) has followed the realization of the project, in the logistics and in keeping in touch with the BKWB institute.
THE PRESENTATION OF THE INTERNSHIP PROJECT
Italy, China, United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Romania and Hungary – these were the destinations of the internship abroad.
A lot of students from BWKB institute have been participated at this internship. At the end of this experience they have could present their project, explaining the country culture and the activities made in the company where they had worked. All the student’s presentations have as principal guideline the Alexander von Humboldt’s ideas, who said:
“The vision of the most dangerous world of all is that of those who have not seen the world.”
Paolo Negrelli and his colleague David Lopez from GKS have been present at the event with a lot of interest, they had the opportunity to thank to BKWB institute for activate this project, which has brought excellent results.
At the end of the presentation the students have received the diploma from Mr Ditthardt and Dr. Möller.