Six new apprentices start their training at Getzner Werkstoffe
Vibration protection expert continues to focus on training skilled workers
home•Press•Six new apprentices for Getzner Werkstoffe
Buers, Austria. As of September 2021, the family-owned company Getzner Werkstoffe will welcome six new apprentices. The company currently employs 14 apprentices in the professions of electrical technician, laboratory technician, metal technician, industrial clerk and IT technician - some of whom complete their apprenticeships on a rotational basis.
On September 1, 2021, seven young people will start their apprenticeships at Getzner in Bürs. Teresa Rüdisser and Fabian Bischof are being trained as a laboratory technician at the Bürser vibration protection expert. Sara Lippitsch is learning the profession of industrial clerk, Alexander Melmer that of metal technician, Noah Schnetzer is being trained as an electrical technician and Elias Stipsits as an IT technician. In addition to the six new apprentices, Getzner is currently training eight other young people as skilled workers. "At the Getzner family business, we warmly welcome our new apprentices and look forward to accompanying them in their training," says apprentice representative Reinhard Gantner. "With an apprenticeship at Getzner, they have chosen an apprenticeship that is not only fun, but will also make them highly sought-after specialists on the job market."
Head of HR Bernd Längle is also pleased to be able to offer the highly sought-after apprenticeships this year. "Our trainers are looking forward to the apprenticeship period together with the prospective specialists. At Getzner, apprentices experience a varied and exciting time with internal and external further training, seminars and excursions. From September 2022, we will even be able to expand our range of apprenticeships and look forward to offering the process technician apprenticeship in the future."