On 2 September we had the pleasure of welcoming eight new trainees to emz-Hanauer. The new trainees comprise two electronics technicians for devices and systems, two mechatronics technicians, two tool mechanics and two apprentices with a refugee background. The company thus wants to make a further contribution to the important topic of "integration", enabling a young Afghan and an Iraqi to train as metal technology specialists.
A personal welcome by the chief instructors and member of the management Mr. Franz Forster was followed by a guided tour of the company. During a joint working group providing important information about occupational safety and youth protection, the apprentices were given the first opportunity to get to know one another better.
The three-day team-building excursion for all apprentice years groups is to follow in the first week of work. This year, we are going to the Walchensee Youth Hostel. The trainees and their supervisors will also be visiting Munich Airport and the Walchensee power plant. On the second day, the program features a hike to the Herzogstand and at the end of the day, we will go to the Blomberg high ropes course. As always, the excursion ends on Friday evening with a great skittles competition in Nabburg’s Nordgauhalle.
“We attach great importance to the team-building spirit and would like to convey to our new trainees our self-image as the “smiling company” right from the start", as chief instructor Helmut Schönberger puts it.
We wish our new apprentices a successful start to their apprenticeship and lots of fun in their daily work!
Picture (with representatives of the management, HR and training managers):
Manuel Dehm from Schmidgaden and Florian Schmaderer from Teunz (tool mechanics), Bastian Eimer from Altendorf and Manuel Prey from Niedermurach (mechatronics technicians), Franz Holzgartner from Nabburg and Andreas Manner from Guteneck (electronics technicians), and from Schwandorf Ahmad Rezai and Danyar Omer Ahmed (metal technology technicians).