Detached villa on a rectangular ground plan. The villa has two storeys under a hipped roof and several small gable roofs. The roofs are covered with slate. There is a segmental arched dormer window in the front gable roof. The building material used is brick with cross-bond brickwork. Blue brick plinth, red brick elevation. Rectangular wooden windows and doors. Windows partly with stained glass and with bluestone sills and keystones. Symmetrical layout
Front gable All gable edges with block tooth decoration. Left and right front gables protruding and with chequered gable edges. Both gables end in gables and are covered with a gable roof with wide eaves. A three-sided wooden bay window with flat roof on the first storey of the projecting façade sections. In the second storey of these facade parts a three-piece window and in the gable a small two-piece window. Main entrance in the receding central part of the façade. Front door under large wooden awning resting on four wooden columns. Wooden columns with fluting and capitals. Basement and entrance stairs in brick. On the flat roof of the canopy a balcony with wooden railing. Rectangular wooden balcony doors with sidelights. Door in segmental arched frame of blocks of bluestone. Hardstone partly with ornaments. Door with top and side lights in stained glass. Rectangular window on either side of door.
Left side gable slightly projecting and extending into a gable with gable roof with wide roof overhang. A three-piece window in the gable. In the first storey of the middle section of the left side gable, a semi-circular bay window with flat roof, surmounted by a balcony with brick balustrades. This balustrade has five openings with wrought-iron railings. The balcony turns into a loggia: entrance with two wooden columns with fluting. On these columns a wooden crossbeam. In the bay, a rectangular wooden door with two tall rectangular windows on either side. Door and window with skylights with stained glass. At the front of the bay window a wide terrace with brick balustrade topped with several stone balls and a bluestone cover. Terrace extends to rear elevation. Small openings in the balustrade. Terrace with brick entrance steps. In the gable planes on either side of the bay window in the first storey a two-piece window with fanlights and in the second storey a two-piece window.
Right rear gable extending into a gable with a two-piece window in it and capped with a gable roof. The terrace of the left gable extends halfway up the gable. In the first floor of the right part of the rear façade, double terrace doors with side and top lights. A wooden awning with flat roof resting on four wooden columns with fluting and capitals. Wooden columns on brick bases. In the second storey of this part of the facade a three-piece window. In the first storey of the middle and left rear facade, a connecting corridor from around 1984 to the bedhouse. In the second storey of the middle section of the rear gable, a fire escape dating from around 1984. This facade section is closed by an arched segmental dormer window. The left rear gable ends in a gable with a gable roof with eaves projection. Asymmetrical layout right side façade Central part of right side façade extending into a continuous façade section with two four-piece staircase windows and a segmental arched termination. Source: National Cultural Heritage Agency
Recognised training company
Natuurvriendenhuis Eikhold offers several internships in Facility Services at MBO level. Doing an internship at the Friends of Nature House means working in a dynamic environment where growth and innovation are paramount. People working at the Friends of Nature House Eikhold are enthusiastic, customer-oriented, and driven. The informal and transparent atmosphere means that everyone is close by and you can switch quickly and easily. As an intern, we see you as a fully-fledged colleague, which makes you learn a lot more.
The different internships
You've probably seen it mentioned: BOL and BBL? It's quite simple. It basically has everything to do with how many days in the week you go to school.
BOL is the abbreviation for Beroeps opleidende Leerweg, a combination of school and internship. You go to school all week. You also do one or more periods of work placement. This is called professional practice training (BPV).
BBL, At Beroepsbegeleidende Leerweg, you work and learn at the same time. Besides your real job, for which you have an employment contract with an employer, you go to Arcus for 1 or 2 days. The company where you work must be a learning company recognised by the Collaboration Organisation for Vocational Education and Training.
For over 3 years, we had been working with PPL. 2-4 students followed a social internship at NVH Eikhold on Wednesdays. The interns provide support in housekeeping, technical services and gardening.
The group internship
During the group internship, a group of VSO middle or upper secondary students, under the guidance of a teacher or teaching assistant, will carry out internship activities at a nearby location.
The aim of the group internship is to allow pupils to gain experience in a company or institution, under the guidance of a trusted person. In this way, pupils gain practical experience outside school and are better prepared for the individual external internship that takes place in VSO upper secondary school.