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Carmen Wolf

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Carmen studied Vocational Education and Training and General Pedagogics as main subject and English studies as minor subject at Stuttgart University from 2005 to 2008. She completed with the academic degree bachelor of arts. From 2008 till 2010 she studied General Pedagogics with focus on Vocational Education and Training at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and completed with the academic degree master of arts. Since 2011 she is academic staff at the Institute of vocational education and training at KIT and qualifies herself part-time as a certified professional business coach. Her research on coaching started with her master thesis and continues with her PhD project as well as the introduction of coaching into her teaching and the offer of free coaching for her students. Her main focus is systemic-solution-oriented and resource-oriented coaching, teaching and learning concepts, e-learning, e-coaching, microlearning and learning theories. Since beginning of 2013 she is accepted as a PhD-student at the Faculty for Humanities and Social Science at KIT and accomplished her further studies to be a certified professional business coach at Führungsakademie Baden-Württemberg (Leadership Academy Baden-Württemberg, Karlsruhe) in October 2013. The further study offer is certified by one of Germanys well-known and most influencing coaching federation “Deutscher Bundesverband für Coaching (DBVC e.V.) (German Federal Association for Executive Coaching)”. In beginning 2013 she started with a further study to become a "multimedia, virtual Coach" at the  Karlsruher Institut für Coaching, Personal- und Organisationsentwicklung (KIC; Karlsruhe Institute of Coaching, Human Ressource and Organisational Development).

She is responsible for e-coaching and for training facilitators at the workplace.