And so Norbert Weber, after only 8 weeks in Germany, is going back to the training center in Cameroon. He has too many ideas and thoughts in his head that he can’t rest until he implements them. And so, without further ado, he is flying back to Yaoundé with 50 kg (110 lbs) of extra luggage: Albert is bringing along spools of cable, building fittings, jigsaws, cordless screwdrivers, screws, wires, clamps, sheet metal, and profiles in order to finish what he was unable to accomplish during his first stay: for example, two defective machines which he can now repair with the necessary replacement parts. And he cannot forget the roof: a long, weight-bearing balcony must be prepared and installed. He does not even try to hide his perfectionism…
Occupational safety and fire safety are of utmost importance:
A new workbench made of steel and wood – now no longer wiggles:
Now the roof should really hold. The newly constructed roof rack with a length of 3.50 m is placed in:
Norbert shows the instructor how to measure and calculate, so that he himself can accept and carry out small commissioning work. This can be done here in the green:
We thank you very much, dear Norbert, for tackling again.