New recruits to be trained by the vibration protection expert from September
home•Press•Five new apprentices join Getzner Werkstoffe
Buers, Austria. In September 2019, five young people will start their apprenticeships at Getzner Werkstoffe. This will bring the number of apprentices employed at the company to fourteen, in roles ranging from laboratory technician to metal technician, industrial management assistant and IT technician. Some of the apprenticeships will be carried out on a rotational basis.
On 2 September 2019, five new apprentices will arrive for their first day at Getzner in Buers. Vadim Beljansky and Marco Schneider will be trained as a laboratory technicians, Chiara Amann is learning the trade of an industrial management assistant, Sandro Studer that of a metal technician and Jeremy Zemasch will be trained as IT technician. In addition to the five new apprentices, Getzner is currently training nine other young people as skilled laboratory technicians, metal technicians, industrial management assistants and IT technicians. “We would like to say a warm welcome to our new apprentices. Getzner offers a versatile and fascinating training period to its young recruits. We are happy to qualify Vadim, Marco, Chiara, Sandro and Jeremy to be highly sought-after specialists,” states apprenticeship officer Reinhard Gantner.
Learning in different departments
Depending on the apprenticeship, some apprentices will be completing a rotation course to ensure that they gain a comprehensive insight into the various fields of work at Getzner. This means that the apprentices will spend several months at a time working in different departments at the vibration protection company, allowing them to form an impression of which areas best fit with their talents and which tasks interest them the most. "As part of our rotations, you gain experience in new departments, so it's a good way to get to know the company as a whole. Each rotation makes an apprentice a little more independent and flexible and in the end you can connect each step of the process," explains Miriam Sparr, who just completed her training as an industrial management assistant this summer.