Total now 18 professors at the DHfPG working the recruitment of professors is an important development step for a young institution such as the German College for prevention and health management. On 17 September was Johannes Marx, Managing Director of the German College for prevention and health management, Prof. Dr. Hans-Dieter Hermann and Prof. Dr.
Jan Mayer at the headquarters of the German University on the grounds Hermann Neuberger sports school in Saarbrucken in the certificate of appointment of the German University as Professor passed. Prof. Dr. Hans-Dieter Hermann studied psychology at the Rijksuniversitair Centre of Antwerp and the University of Wurzburg. Many years supervised German and international becoming sportpsychologisch, including the Austrian National ski teams, the German hockey team, the German gymnastics team (men) and the German national team box. From 2006 to 2010, he was a sports psychologist the Bundesliga team 1899 Hoffenheim.
Since December 2004, the psychologist is active in the coaching staff of the German national football team. Prof. Dr. Jan Mayer studied sports science (master’s degree) and Psychology (diploma) at the University of Heidelberg. After receiving his doctorate, he worked as sports-psychological supervisor of German national teams, including the national teams Nordic combined, ski jumping, handball or basketball. Since 2003 he is sports psychology (CCC) of the German Olympic Sports Confederation (DOSB) in the operational management of the central coordination, since 2010 as a sports psychologist for 1899 Hoffenheim. Both professors will be working from the 01.09.2010 in the Department of psychology/education of the German University. A total of 18 professors of the German school of prevention and health management involved with Prof. Dr. Hans-Dieter Hermann and Prof. Dr. Jan Mayer. Company Description College: studied at the German University of prevention and health management, the students to specialists and executives for the growth market of prevention, qualify Fitness and health. “The Bachelor degree programmes in the fields of fitness training, fitness economics, health management and nutrition counseling the College combine a training with a correspondence course and periods of personal attendance at study centres in Germany (nationwide) Austria or of Switzerland, and close after three years with the degree Bachelor of Arts” from. The continuing education Bachelor to master in health management”that combines a correspondence course with attendance phases, requires a diploma or Bachelor’s degree and 1 year of relevant experience. For the winter semester 2010 starts a consecutive master’s degree in the study of prevention and health management, which can be completed directly in connection to a Bachelor / diploma. In addition, there are six College continuing education involving professionals in selected subject areas can acquire knowledge at university level. Professionally highly qualified people”can be admitted to the Bachelor’s degree without high school diploma/qualification. The a promotion through BAfoG is possible personal requirements. The registration for the Bachelor’s degree can be done at any time, an application to the master’s degree is possible to the summer / winter semester. All Bachelor’s and master’s degree programs of the College are accredited and recognized internationally.