Executive Education - a Toolkit for the Future
Executive Education / 2 September, 2015
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Klaus Beinke ist Direktor der Frankfurt School und Vorstand der efiport AG. Als Mitglied des Präsidiums ist er zuständig für die Executive Education. Zudem verantwortet er die Ausrichtung des Bildungsangebots auf moderne Lehrmedien. Klaus Beinke is a Director at Frankfurt School and member of the management board responsible for Executive Education.

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88 per cent of employed persons consider continuing education in their profession as absolutely necessary or helpful and 74 percent of employed persons, according to a study by Deutsche Universität für Weiterbildung [German University for Continuing Education], expect “that continuing education will be increasingly required in their profession in ten years time.” The need for lifelong learning in order to be successful in their careers and in their daily work can therefore be considered as a given – be it through a seminar to update specialist knowledge in accordance with the Residential Real Estate Credit Guideline, personal coaching or certification on agile project management. For businesses, too, it is worthwhile investing in continuing education for their employees: Every euro spent on continuing education pays for itself with 13 euros profit growth and contributes significantly “to operational added value and business success,” according to a survey conducted by the Cologne Institute for Economic Research of approximately 2,000 companies.

Continuing education as a tool for the future is undoubtedly in demand.

The challenge is to find the right partner. Here, it depends on the individual requirements of the business or person. According to a representative survey, the quality of the measure is a relevant criterion for 64 percent of executives and managers, followed by a good price-performance ratio as well as time efficiency. However, the same survey also concluded that only a small proportion of managers see the desired quality standards fulfilled in their currently booked qualification measures. As a full service provider, Frankfurt School offers executive education that meets the highest quality standards at an organisational, conceptual and content level.For 60 years we have been developing individually tailored continuing education opportunities for companies from the financial sector and industry.Hand in hand with our customers, professionally sound concepts are developed with a high degree of practical relevance.Long-standing customer relationships, major projects in the trainee management and international certification programmes lasting several years testify to the core competence of Frankfurt School as a provider of versatile continuing education measures.

For the overall quality of further education, the consistency of the individual modules with each other is a major criterion.

So support, delivery and implementation come from a single source at Frankfurt School: we support our customers from needs analysis through the conception phase and implementation to certification of participants.Thanks to our subsidiary, efiport, in-house state-of-the-art digital methodological expertise is also available: from webinars and web-based training, through digital course books and a comprehensive learning environment to online tests, the individual elements of an event are carefully harmonised with the needs of participants. Expectations for continuing education are equally high for companies and employees: from developing skills and increasing efficiency through adaptation to changing requirements to the joy of learning, continuing education is intended to do justice to a variety of professional development requirements.Only then will the objective of a secure future for employees and companies from the perspective of all stakeholders be achieved.”