02.09.2020 Start of apprenticeship 2020
Dietfurt/Töging, 02.09.2020 – With the new apprentices Spangler consequently takes care for its own young trainees.
Especially in times of academisation of the society, lack of apprenticeships and migration from the land, the dual training system still remains an international role model. Eight new apprentices who were given the chance to start in their occupational life, start their apprenticeship in three different occupations: electrician for automation technology, IT specialist system integration and office clerk.
To allow a smooth transfer from school life to everyday work life, the apprentices will be prepared for their future tasks during the first weeks with an intensive training. In this way they get an overview of their jobs.
For Spangler apprenticeships and trainings have a high priority, as in this way the company recruits many skilled workers itself. „Besides the function of training young, for us training is also a piece of lived responsibility. We are a family business thus we also take over responsibility for the young people’, Personnel Manager Cornelia Hofmann sums up Spangler’s mindset.
Many young people decide to start the entry into the professional life in the so-called ‘dual system’. An apprenticeship, where school, chambers and parents work hand in hand, in connection with additional benefits such as the stay in a foreign country leads to a sustained impetus for the working life. Two chamber awards for particularly good performance in the final year of the apprenticeship serve as a proof of the sound training that Spangler provides.
Pictures: Veronica Valero, Spangler GmbH
SPANGLER Automation employs around 150 people at its headquarters in Töging in the Altmühl valley and has been a reliable partner of the national and international mechanical and plant engineering for more than 40 years.