Combining teaching and studying in coburg
The chamber of handicrafts of upper franconia in coburg does not want to completely abandon the topic of training and further education. In the spring, there was considerable trouble within the chamber because the vocational and technology center (BTZ) at flobanger is to be closed in the medium term. Apprentices receive in-house training here: aspiring bricklayers, painters, automotive mechanics, electricians, hairdressers, precision mechanics, metalworkers and bakers learn here. Trainees in a number of other professions already have to travel to external training centers further afield.
The chamber of handicrafts in upper franconia operates four such centers. That's one too many, says the federal government, which is demanding 75 percent of this BTZ. Coburg is to fall, new buildings are to be constructed in bamberg.