A total of 61 trainees are employed at the long-established Augsburg company and expert for bulk material processing technologies and blown film extrusion, 21 of them within the framework of a combined degree and vocational training course. What is new this training year is the IT dual course of study. "It has become evident in the current times that we need to invest a lot more in the IT skills if we want to ensure that we are perfectly positioned for the future", says Dr Antonio Fernández, Chief Executive of Hosokawa Alpine Aktiengesellschaft.
Mrs Kristin Schücke, personnel manager at Hosokawa Alpine, and chief executive Dr Antonio Fernández welcome the 16 trainees. "We are very pleased that these motivated young people decided to address their first vocational challenge at Hosokawa Alpine", says Fernández. "It is especially in times like these that we are very conscious of our training responsibility in the region. One of our answers to the shortage of skilled personnel is a systematic and qualified training policy."
Our company also ensures a smooth start in this training year with the so-called "induction days". In their first week, the trainees are given all the important information about the company, its products and above all about how their training programme is structured.
Our trainees are offered a host of attractive development opportunities.Hosokawa Alpine presents itself with a wide range of professional training opportunities both in the industrial and commercial sector. The dual study courses are becoming increasingly popular.Independent of the training path already embarked upon, Hosokawa Alpine sets great store by the in-house further training of the trainees, and supplements the vocational and technical college courses with varied internal add-on seminars offered by the Alpine Campus.