BZ AschauGmbH

Behandlungszentrum Aschau GmbH is a non-profit and non-governmental organisation (NFP-NGO) in Germany.


The organisation is a subsidiary company of the Katholische Jugendfürsorge München/Freising e.V. (KJF) and provides a wide range of services for people with disabilities: an orthopaedic hospital, early education, kindergarten, schools, day care, residential homes and therapy centres in the south of Germany. The organisation has experience in the social field since more than 100 years and has today more than 650 employees.


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Schule für Sozialbetreuungsberufe (SOB)

The training centre of Caritas ‘Schule für Sozialbetreuungsberufe (SOB)’ educates professionals in social care. The graduates are qualified nursing assistants and have finalised the respective technical training in family work, disability work and elderly care. They have acquired specialised abilities such as sign language, rehabilitation, validation, kinaesthesia, etc.

The SOB offers yearly 18 training courses. The organisation employs 54 teachers and has registered more or less 323 trainees.


SOB also provides a basic nursing education, legally described as ‘Home Help’. Graduates with this qualification are able to give people with impediments the needed support at home.


Thanks to its project ‘included home aid education’, SOB also trains people with learning difficulties to become ‘home assistants’. This training is included in the ‘regular’ course and has as main aim to include persons with learning difficulties in the open labour market.


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Pädagogische Hochschule Salzburg

The University of Education combines professional initial, in-service and continuing education of teachers with research on relevant educational needs for the future.

The University believes in the idea of comprehensive education, modern pedagogical impulses, regional and international networks and the art of imparting knowledge and skills with “head, heart and hand”.

Initial studies conclude with the degree ‘Bachelor of Education’ (primary, lower secondary and special needs education). Some selective programmes conclude with the degree ‘Master of Education’.


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