Arburg Welcomes New Apprentices
A total of 67 new students from the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW) recently began their apprenticeship at Arburg, setting yet another record in the company’s apprenticeship history. More than 1,800 students have completed apprenticeships at Arburg in under 70 years. Since the beginning of 2018, the training department has also received three quality certificates.
Eagerly anticipated program
There was no mistaking the trainees' excitement at the prospect of their time at Arburg. 20-year-old Florian Willer, who is training as an industrial clerk, is particularly looking forward to working in Accounts. While Sandro Bossert, 24, who is starting a course of study in the field of industrial engineering, has already successfully completed his training as an electronics technician for automation technology at Arburg. Finally, 19-year-old Paul Finkbeiner already enjoyed programming during his time at the Technical High School in Freudenstadt and is now starting a cooperative state university degree course in computer science. His brother, who also works in the company, warmly recommended Arburg as a training provider.
An exciting induction week
In order to ensure a smooth start to theory-based professional training, the newcomers can look forward to an exciting introductory week with a varied program. The aim is to get to know each other and also become familiar with the company and its products. For this purpose, Head of Training, Michael Vieth, and his team of instructors organized team events and a barbecue. In addition to safety instruction, there is a detailed tour of the plant, enabling the trainees to get to know the Arburg product portfolio and introduce them to the various departments.
Applications for 2019 already in full swing
To continue the company's success story, Arburg is already looking for interested and committed young people to start training in 2019. Anyone interested in becoming a trainee or enrolling with Arburg as a DHBW student will find all the key information and the online application portal at this link.
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