NEWS 26 November 2015

Tasja van Rhee at ASML received bronze CPE certificate

Tasja van Rhee, precision engineer at the department System Engineering of ASML received a bronze certificate of the Dutch Society for Precision Engineering from DSPE certification program chairman Jan-Willem Martens (right)....

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Tasja van Rhee, precision engineer at the department System Engineering of ASML received a bronze certificate of the Dutch Society for Precision Engineering from DSPE certification program chairman Jan-Willem Martens (right).

Tasja van Rhee followed several postacademic courses via the Certification Program of the DSPE.For every courseday she received one point. The bronze level can be reached at 25 points.
Courses like: Applied optics, Motion Control, Mechatronic System Design, Opto-Mechanical Design etc.

 

Tasja is the second person who reached this bronze level. This level is a stepping stone to ultimately reach a total of 45 points in a well-balanced package of courses, which corresponds to the full certificate and the title ‘Certified Precision Engineer’. The regulations are controlled by the DSPE Certification program committee under supervision of the DSPE advisory board.

 

A special cake for Tasja and her collaegues

 

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