Successful graduation with an outstanding performance by our apprentices in Freyung
Our Apprentices - Talents of Tomorrow!
We began training apprentices just one year after our founding in 1959. Today, we have apprentice programs at every plant to develop the young talents of tomorrow.
Apprentice Bonuses for Our Young <<Raw Diamonds>>
It is gratifying that this year already the second bonus was awarded to 56 young talents for special achievements. The school performances, the employee interviews, the good or excellent success in the performance competition, and the final apprenticeship examination were considered.
Start. Apprentices. Future.
As every year, the time had come again at the beginning of September 2022: we welcomed 21 new apprentices and one business student to Hirschmann Automotive at the plant in Rankweil, Austria. This year, the newcomers went to Hotel Viktor in Viktorsberg for a few days to get to know each other.
Graduation from Our Young Diamonds in the Rough
For Hirschmann Automotive, it is a pleasure and a daily challenge to shape the young diamonds in the rough into sought-after specialists. At the end of March 2022, two apprentices in the profession of process technology and seven apprentices in the profession of toolmaking technology have successfully completed their apprenticeships.
Apprentice Performance Competitions of the Industry Division. Work Hard, Play Hard.
The apprentice performance competitions of the Industry Division are proof of the high level of apprenticeship training in Vorarlberg. The apprentices took center stage at the closing ceremony and the subsequent concert by reggae musician Protoje! A total of 14 apprentices from the second year of our technical apprenticeships took part - three of them graduated with excellent success and nine with good success.
Following successfully written final examinations, the 2021/22 apprenticeship year is ending. The graduates, including Quirin Scheichenzuber (tool mechanic), Marcel Pauli (tool mechanic) and Maximilian Duschl (technical product designer), passed with the grade "good". Vanessa Biebl performed outstandingly well and was also honored by the Passau Vocational School for her grade point average of 1.0.
We are pleased that all four graduates will continue their professional careers with us and use their expertise in their respective fields to actively help shape a sustainable, mobile future.
We wish the apprenticeship graduates every success in their future professional and private lives.