On April 4, 29 trainees were officially released from their training obligations at Arburg and taken on as permanent employees. What’s more, Arburg has announced that in September 2022, 106 more young people will start their training at the company – more than ever before.
Arburg Partner Renate Keinath personally presented the 29 trainees with their certificates and six prizes for particularly good achievements.
Training completed successfully
On behalf of the entire Arburg management, the Partner congratulated the graduates on passing their final examinations and gave the highly-motivated training team special thanks.
Arburg offers excellent triple-certified training and is also a leader in the area of digitalisation. As a result, laptops, video chats, learning management and remote access were already part of the trainees’ daily routine even before the coronavirus pandemic.
“Thanks to online teaching and digital methods, you have almost incidentally acquired a very high level of IT competence. When achieving your goals, you were also challenged in terms of flexibility,” Renate Keinath told the graduating trainees. “You will certainly benefit from these additional skills in your future professional life.”
2018 cohort starts professional life
In his speech, Head of Training Michael Vieth, who led the 16 training team members, also wished the new Arburg employees a good start to their careers.
He looked back on difficult conditions: “You have been accompanied by ‘social distancing,’ and you have experienced what it is like to do chin-ups and somersaults in digital communication.”
He told the graduates to remain flexible, courageous, and curious as important tips.
106 new trainees and students in September 2022
As there are fewer and fewer really well-qualified personnel on the labour market, Arburg continues to rely heavily on finding and training young talent itself. In September 2022, Arburg will therefore enable 106 young people to successfully start their careers – more than ever before.