In order to ease the apprentices' excitement and tension when they start their working life, our HR department is well prepared and accompanies them on their first working day.
In a relaxed atmosphere with drinks and snacks, the day begins with a small round of introductions. Who is who, where do the new colleagues come from and how did the path to AKE come about? With these questions, the trainees already find out some things they have in common.
This is followed by a small organisational part, information about today's first day is given and the structures at AKE are presented. After the company presentation and introduction of the contact persons of the individual departments and the company presentation, a guided tour through the company's plant 1 follows, where they get to know some of the colleagues personally.
The trainees get to know their new workplace right away: Anna, Carmen and Sebastian find themselves in the assembly halls, where the electrical, assembly and programming departments are located. In the in-house production, Maximilian and Rinor learn milling and turning on conventional machines after basic training, before later working on our new CNC apprentice lathe. Martin will support our design department from now on and design a wide variety of special machines. Benedikt is starting a course of study with in-depth practical training in mechanical engineering with a focus on development and design, energy technology/plant engineering, production engineering and technology of metals and plastics. Chantal is starting a long-term internship with us in various departments.
After all the impressions, the new colleagues are briefed by Josef Attenberger GmbH on all the health and safety regulations before Managing Director Boris Schneidhuber takes the floor and personally welcomes the trainees. Afterwards, the new trainees are allowed to visit their departments. Of course, experienced trainers and colleagues are there to support them. The trainees from previous years also provide support and can report on their experiences.
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