Spontaneously, the first thing that comes to mind is: The afternoon classes in particular were extremely engaging. It is normal for our training provider that the lecturers are only passive in the afternoon, i.e. they only respond to questions from the participants, but do not actively teach. In addition, Mr. Weichbrodt actively offered and carried out exercises and deepening of the material taught in the morning, from which all those interested could profit enormously. This is a unique selling point that makes him stand out very positively.
Furthermore: Mr. Weichbrodt has enormous specialist knowledge and very great practical experience, so he is highly competent. If he was not able to answer a question ad hoc, he did not beat around the bush, but admitted this and provided the answer later after appropriate research.
A certain shortcoming is that, according to my impression, he sometimes has difficulties or shies away from bringing more complex issues to the point in simple, striking language - possibly out of over-correctness. This is nothing unusual for university lecturers; however, course participants who do not have an academic background and expect knowledge to be conveyed in a school-like manner sometimes found this quite difficult. Personally, I had no difficulties at all in following him; in this context, Mr. Weichbrodt also has to be given credit for the fact that he had to drill by far the thickest boards of the entire course to become a business administrator with accounting and investment calculations.
Overall, I would like to rate Mr. Weichbrodt as a likeable, extremely fair, committed and professionally competent lecturer and would like to take this opportunity to thank him again.