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Embarking on vocational training

Endress+Hauser welcomes more than 70 new apprentices to the tri-border region

Endress+Hauser is strongly committed to the training and education of young people. In Germany and Switzerland in particular, the company trains the majority of its own specialists – even during challenging times. Seventy-two apprentices and students start their vocational training at Endress+Hauser this year.

The number of vocational training contracts fell in Germany and Switzerland due to the coronavirus pandemic. As well as a decrease in the number of apprenticeships, there were also fewer applicants this year. In contrast, once again more than 70 apprentices and students began their vocational tranining at Endress+Hauser in late summer 2021. The company is thus maintaining the same high pace as in past years.

“As a technology company, we rely on highly qualified specialists and young talent. We view the creation and retention of secure jobs as an important part of our corporate social responsibility,” says Jörg Stegert, Chief Human Resources Officer at the Endress+Hauser Group. “Training and education opportunities are also available at other locations, such as Austria. We are furthermore anchoring the well-established vocational training concept in the US and India.”

Diverse opportunities with a perspective for the future

The Group offers a wide range of career opportunities, including vocational training programs in electronics and mechatronics, as well as the informatics, logistics and business areas. Added to that is the dual study program in collaboration with Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW), as well as Studium plus, which combines a vocational training program with studies at a technical college. The Group is currently training more than 300 young people.

“The vast majority of our trainees were impacted by home working and home schooling over the past year. This presented a challenge for both the trainees and those overseeing them,” says Jens Kröger, head of the personnel development department in Maulburg. “For that reason we’re proud that despite these special circumstances, we were able offer the trainees an employment opportunity after they graduated.”

The new trainees for the year 2021 were personally welcomed at their workplace thanks to comprehensive safety measures.  

Endress+Hauser welcomes more than 70 new apprentices to the tri-border region ©Endress+Hauser

Endress+Hauser offered all apprentices in the tri-border region full-time positions despite the coronavirus pandemic.   

Apprentice at Endress+Hauser in Maulburg, Germany. ©Endress+Hauser

72 apprentices began their vocational training or dual study program at Endress+Hauser in 2021.