Fachwirtfortbildung für Bibliotheksbeschäftigte

Holste-Flinspach, Karin
August 2014
Bibliotheksdienst;Aug2014, Vol. 48 Issue 8/9, p663
Trade Publication
In 2014 again vocational training preparing library employees for a qualification as business administrator for media and information services (Geprüfter Fachwirt für Medien- und Informationsdienste) in archives, libraries or in records management is offered both in North Rhine-Westphalia and Hesse. As early as 2011 the first business administrators in the library and records sector had entered the job market. Thus library and records assistants are offered a widely recognized qualification which can be earned part-time and without having a university entrance qualification.


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