The learning unit - the mobile and flexible workplace
The learning unit is the flexible solution for practical training: The mobile
workstation can be set up in just a few steps. With the side panels opened up,
the learning unit offers four workstations, each with a working area of over 5
m², on which one or two students/trainees can work. When the learning unit is
not in use, it can be folded up to the basic format of approx. 1 m² and stowed
away to save space.
The work surfaces are available in different versions. Depending on the hole
pattern, there are matching dowels: patented steel dowels with M8 internal
thread for the HVAC and metal areas as well as plastic plugs for the electrical
Basic idea and concept:
Since the introduction of the learning fields, multifunctional rooms for
training have been required. Theoretical and practical training should be able
to be carried out in the same room. However, the existing room sizes often do
not allow this.
With the development of a mobile learning location, both situations can be
taught in one room. The teacher/trainer can demonstrate his lessons at this
learning location - the Christiani Learning Unit. By adding further learning
units, the learners can deepen their knowledge of the subject matter or practise
and test training situations. The learning unit consists of a square body on
wheels. The work surfaces made of galvanized sheet steel can be opened up and
used on both sides.
More than 5 m² of work space is available on each of the four sides. One or
two learners per side can practice the practical implementation of an
For the development of the learning unit it was a prerequisite that the
learner can carry out practical work to a large extent, as in a company or on a
"construction site". The use of materials from industry and trade is therefore
The work surfaces are available with different hole patterns and dowel
systems. In particular for the HVAC and metal sectors, there are patented steel
plugs with M8 internal thread. Plastic plugs are offered for the electrical
sector. When not in use, the learning unit can be folded up and stowed away
accordingly using the transport rollers. The required storage space is only
about one square metre.