Anne Jette Winter started her career with training at a mar- ket leader, the Aurora mill in Hamburg. As a trained process technologist in the milling and animal feed industry, she first went to Kölln Flocken for a year, where she worked on the baking line and the extruders. But here thirst for knowledge had not yet been quenched: “After that, I went to the DMSB to broaden my horizons and continue my educa- tion.” She had no concrete goal in mind, and so she graduated from the German Milling School – both technician and the master.
“As far as career opportunities were concerned, I pletely open to everything,” recalls Anne Jette Winter. She looked at cur- rent tenders and came across Buhler. “That sounded very interesting and I thought: Yes, I can imagine that very well.” Now she is a junior project man- ager in mill con- struction and very satisfied with her choice. “I really en- joy my job. Through the project work I see many different plants and have very varied tasks.” She supports the modernization and construction of new mills in Germany and Eastern Europe.
Personal development at the DMSB
In Braunschweig she received not only the specialist knowledge but also the self-confidence. “I was able to develop myself further at the DMSB. For example, we often had to give presentations, which made me much more confident appearing in groups.” In addition, many contacts were made in oth- er areas, as the entire spectrum of milling comes together at the DMSB.
“I made friendships there that last far beyond my studies,” says the techni- cian. Through membership in ‘Glück zu’ contact with many “old” com- rades-in-arms has also been main- tained. Anne Jette Winter recom- mends advanced technician training to anyone who would like to continue their education in a variety of ways. “Particularly millers who are inter- ested in a job overseas should go to the DMSB. My assignments abroad have shown me that the Deutsche Müllerschule Braunschweig is inter- nationally very well known and highly recognized.”