[Translate to Englisch:] Paul Vinke steht in einem Gang der MHH-Bibliothek mit Bücherregalen.

Working closely with researchers and students

Library trainee Paul Vinke becomes a specialist in media and information services.

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Apprenticeship as a specialist for media and information services – specialising in libraries

Media and information services specialist (FaMI) has been a recognised training occupation since 1998. Training is possible in five different specialisations. Archive, library, information and documentation, medical documentation and picture agency. At the MHH library, you can complete your training in the library specialisation.

During your training, you will work in the various teams and learn about the tasks and services of the library, which we offer as the university's literature and information centre for our wide range of users. You will train the skills to acquire, index and provide various media, to organise the media collection and to convey information.

The FaMI training programme is part of the dual system. The practical part of the training takes place in our library and the theoretical part is taught at the Multi-Media-BBS (Only in German) in Hanover. Vocational school lessons usually take place in two-week blocks.

The practical part of the training takes place in cooperation with the library of the Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media (HMTMH). There are regular training periods of 3-4 weeks at the HMTMH library locations.

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