FIT FOR CHANGE - WITH NIT´S LIFELONG LEARNING PROGRAM

Wherever you look, changes are under way. Automation and new technologies such as 3D printing are gaining influence in production - virtual communication is becoming more and more available thanks to the spread of a fast network.

We are heading from an industrial economy toward a network economy. Networked, flexible, and complex is how processes are going to be in the future, and the working world will be no exception to this transformation. On the contrary, it is already exerting an influence on corporate structures and processes. Processes and working methods are changing rapidly, posing new challenges – and opportunities –, especially for executives.

AGILE AND DIGITAL - UNDERSTANDING AND USING TRENDS

Continuous further development is essential if justice is to be done to these new requirements. Executives and employees must always be up to date if they are to handle changes confidently and effortlessly.
Moreover, they must be able to understand technical innovations and trends so as to put them to the best possible use for the company. Using agile methods can enable business executives to shape processes sustainably and make their company fit for the future.

LIVING CHANGE - WITH INNOVATIVE METHODS

We at the NIT believe that flexible and open-minded employees and executives are what is needed to deal with current and future changes and to put new opportunities to good and meaningful use. That is precisely where our further education offerings kick in.
In practical workshops and lectures participants are acquainted with new methods, put them to use, and can then utilize these insights to optimize corporate processes and strategies and make them more agile. Methods can be tested and new ideas developed in a modern learning environment where errors are expressly permitted.

Futher education: Digitilisation workshops at NIT in Hamburg

CREATIVE LEARNING SPACES FOR NEW IDEAS

The NIT’s further education offerings take place inter alia in our innovative Design Thinking room and at the Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH) or in creative locations in the Hamburg metropolitan region. Seminars for several participants can also, of course, be held at your premises.

Bilder aus dem Design thinking Workshop an der NIT

LIFELONG LEARNING AT NIT - OUR OFFERS

NIT TOOLBOX

Our further education offerings are designed to help you understand digital change and make active use of it for your company. In cooperation with our trainers from business and the academic world we have developed an attractive and innovative range of seminars, workshops, and keynotes for executives, employees, the self-employed and startups.

Our courses are yours to choose from in our NIT Toolbox. That's where you will find the right tools for coping effortlessly with digitization and the new requirements of the working world and for making optimal use of them. 

Weiterbildung in Hamburg am NIT mit der Toolbox
international education and intercultural exchange

INTERNATIONAL EXPERT TRAINING

The NIT has always stood for international education and intercultural exchange. We have the right programs for international guests. Our International Expert Training guests enjoy fresh stimuli, familiarize themselves with new techniques, and gain insights into business and scientific research (in another cultural region).

We have welcomed a number of delegations from, for example, the People's Republic of China. International guests from different industries stand to benefit from the expertise of the NIT's handpicked pool of teachers and learn more about digitization, new technologies and management.

PART-TIME MBA

In the part-time MBA program in Technology Management at the NIT you will expand your leadership skills and prepare for your next career step flexibly and at the highest academic level. Study for our part-time MBA and benefit from small, international learning groups, interactive courses, international teachers, and an inspirational learning atmosphere.
The MBA program in Technology Management is aimed at working engineers and PhD students who would like to gain strategic and operational insights into technology management.

Part-time MBA in Technology management in Hamburg

CORPORATE PROGRAMS

Add management competences to your engineering expertise. The fourth industrial revolution is changing organizational processes and working methods rapidly, posing fresh challenges for executives in particular.
Our further education programs at the NIT Northern Institute of Technology Management cover different topics from the world of technology management and new leadership. They include workshops and in-house seminars, summer schools, and other, customized training arrangements.

OUR FACULTY

At the NIT we set great store by our educational excellence, the quality of which is assured by our network of high-caliber teachers and trainers. We work with experienced and highly regarded experts from around the world.
Due to our 20 years of experience in teaching and study (MA and MBA programs in Technology Management, for example) we have at our disposal an international network of teachers and trainers from business and the academic world. They constantly contribute their experience and the latest findings to our NIT workshops and thereby teach content with a hands-on, target-oriented focus.

network of high-caliber teachers and trainers

YOUR CONTACT PERSON

SAVE THE DATE: LIFELONG LEARNING

LIFELONG LEARNING

SUSANNE BANNUSCHER-HANSEN

Manager of Programs & Student Affairs
s.bannuscher@bitte nicht bespammennithh.de
+49 40 42878 3569

30 May

TUHH-Career Forum - NIT takes Part in the TUHH Job Fair

From study to work: On 30 May, the Career Center of the Technical University of Hamburg (TUHH) invites you to its annual Career Forum.

22 Jun - 23 Jun
PROFESSIONALS, ALUMNI

Digital_Survival Training

This 2-day intensive training introduces you to programming, machine learning and digital leadership. In German.

29 Jun
STUDENTS, ALUMNI, PARTNERS, FRIENDS

NIT's 20th Anniversary Celebration

The NIT celebrates its 20th anniversary. On 29 June 2018, all students, partners and friends are invited to join the celebrations.

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