Competent in part-time training
TaF — part-time training for young women with children

Information for companies can be found at the bottom of this page.

What does part-time training mean?

  • The part-time training usually lasts three years
  • The weekly number of hours is about 30 hours
  • The vocational school is attended full-time
  • After passing the final exam, you will receive the same qualification as full-time trainees
  • We accompany you in all training occupations in the dual system

Our training support includes:

  • Socio-educational support: A supportive contact person is available to answer any questions you may have
  • Learning support: Depending on your needs, we offer you lessons and exam preparation
  • Flexible childcare: You can request this from us if your regular childcare is cancelled

Prerequisite for your participation is that you:

  • have one or more children with secured all-day care
  • live on unemployment benefit II or Hartz IV and the job center is responsible for you
  • are under 30
  • live in the city or region of Hanover
  • have at least a secondary school leaving certificate
  • have not completed initial training
  • have a sufficiently good knowledge of German to be able to follow the vocational school lessons and the operational processes

So that you can start your part-time training with us, there is a preparatory course at SINA:

  • Start: In the spring
  • Times: Mon.-Fri. from 8:30 a.m. to 14:30 p.m
  • Contents: (professional) orientation and decision-making, application training and internships, looking for an apprenticeship, preparation for training including vocational school
  • Start of training: August/September

Diakonisches Werk gGmbH
Nordfelder Reihe 23, 30159 Hanover

Contact persons:
Imke Schubert, phone: 0511 330996-21
Anne Eggers, phone: 0511 330996-26
Give us a call or simply send us your application documents!

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