You did it
In Germany, great importance is attached to references and certificates. After completing further training, you should be issued a confirmation of attendance, a certificate or a certificate. You can then present this proof of performance to your employer, attach it to future applications or submit it to the funding agency from which you may have received a financial grant. This enables you, if necessary, to take on new areas of responsibility in your company. In the case of external training courses, you will usually also receive proof of the time you have completed on site. You can also present this to your employer. In the case of company-sponsored training courses, this is often necessary so that your employer can track your absence times.
Tip: Collect your certificates and include your further education in your résumé. This will allow you to score points with your next application.
After further training
After the advanced training, it’s time to stick with it. So that you benefit from what you have learned in the long term and can use it successfully in your work area, you should take a moment to review the training. Think about what went well and whether the training met your expectations. It is essential that you find a way to apply what you have learned directly. If your superiors or colleagues see that you can now also carry out other tasks, this can also positively affect your salary and career opportunities. If you are satisfied with your training, evaluation of the training can also help you decide on future training. Last but not least, don’t forget.
Tip: If you share your experience, your colleagues will also benefit from your knowledge, and you can show what you have learned.