Start of training
In the trade sector, they are striving to attain seven different vocations: packaging processing engineer (previously packaging engineer), printed media processing engineer (previously printer for flexographic or gravure printing), process engineer, industrial mechanic, electrician for operating technology, media designer and plastics processing engineer in combination with practical experience. Future industrial clerks, business managers (VWA) and industrial engineers are learning their vocations in the commercial sector.
Head of personnel Michael Beidermühle welcomed the trainees: "Your colleagues at B+K are looking forward to meeting you!" He promised them outstanding assistance, exciting challenges and support from all quarters. "Together, we will achieve success!"
The company is no longer entirely foreign to the new Lengerich-based trainees. Back in April, they and their families had the opportunity to become better acquainted with the company during a parents' evening encompassing a tour of the site and a discussion with the trainers and older trainees. The older trainees will also mentor the "newcomers" during the coming weeks.
Bischof + Klein's attractiveness in terms of training has long since exceeded the boundaries of Lengerich. Co-operation with universities is also proving attractive to trainees from further afield such as e.g. Anne Stuckenberg, who completed her university entrance qualifications in the Emsland region and has now commenced a dual "plastics technology in combination with practical experience" study programme in Lengerich.
Eight young people also embarked on their working lives yesterday at Bischof + Klein Konzell. B+K's plant in the Bavarian Forest now employs a total of 30 trainees.
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