Social responsibility

FRT not only promotes their employees but also natural sciences at schools. In many diverse projects, FRT supports young talents – because this is also our passion.

Please contact us on our projects TuWas! KURS, Erlebnis Physik, or if you have general questions on the topic “Corporate Citizenship”.

SLIDER: TUWAS! - DOSOMETHING! TECHNOLOGY AND NATURAL SCIENCES IN SCHOOLS

Since 2011, FRT supports the EU project “TuWaS! Technik und Naturwissenschaften an Schulen”. „TuWaS!“ = “DoSomething!” playfully introduces primary school kids to natural sciences and technology. Pupils who were allowed to develop an interest in these topics at an early age will later be open for technically oriented professions or studies in natural sciences. FRT supports a project at the Primary School - Gemeinschaftsgrundschule Gronau with further training of the teachers and corresponding educational materials.

We receive regularly direct feedback from the young scientists. They send letters and/or photos – a visible investment that is worthwhile!

TuWaS

In 2008, the agreement of cooperation with the Otto-Hahn-Gymnasium in Bensberg was concluded. KURS is an initiative between the Chamber of Industry and Commerce, the Chamber of Crafts and the district government of Cologne. It is the objective to initiate and promote long-term partnerships between schools and the private sector. Within the KURS project, FRT offers pupils of grades 9 to 11 various internships, company visits and presentations. FRT views the promotion of natural sciences at our schools as an entrepreneurial obligation.

FRT views the promotion of natural sciences at our schools as an entrepreneurial obligation.

KURS

Since 2003, FRT is actively involved in educational sponsoring: Pupils from Bergisch Gladbach are introduced to the much maligned natural sciences by lecture series, internships and project weeks in companies. FRT also actively supports nationwide cooperations between schools and economy. Education is the future of our economy.

Experience Physics