Graduation Ceremony: Congratulations on the Journeyman’s Certificate!

The Hearing Acoustics craft congratulates 134 young employees from all over Germany to successfully completing their apprenticeships with a journeyman’s/woman’s certificate. With a graduation ceremony at the Kolosseum in Lübeck on February 03, 2024, they officially transferred from apprentice to journeyman/woman.

“You represent the future of our craft and bear an important responsibility for our society” – with these words Janine Otto, Vice President of the Federal Guild of Hearing Acousticians, complimented the graduates from all parts of Germany in a full hall. She encouraged the young hearing acousticians to shape their careers with openness, curiosity and commitment. “The world of hearing acoustics continues to develop and you have the chance to be part of this process. Use the opportunities to further advance your professional education and training, keep up-to-date with new technologies and continue to grow”, recommended Janine Otto for their careers.

In his greetings, Ralf Stamer, President of the Chamber of Crafts Lübeck, congratulated the young health craft professionals on the successful completion of their apprenticeship.

Stephan Fuesers, Director of Studies at the Federal Vocational School for Hearing Acousticians (LBS), thanked the graduates but also the training companies, the teachers and lecturers as well as the examiners for their commitment.

Christian Willam, Head of the Journeyman’s Examination Committee, presented an overview on the exam results of this winter and paid particular tribute to the achievements of the three top graduates.

“We rocked it! We did our best – and that’s what matters in life. This is not an end, it is a starting signal for all of us,” said Paul Voß, spokesman of the graduating student body.

Musical entertainment was provided by the duo „Prüfert & Juretzka“. With her soulfoul voice, Lübeck singer Birte Prüfer, accompanied by pianist Nikolai Juretzka presented popular pop and jazz tunes.

The ceremony ended cheerfully and marked the start of the young hearing acoustician journeymen and women into their professional careers.