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manroland’s next generation begin apprenticeships

Thursday, September 02, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

manroland provides new apprenticeship contracts and career perspectives to 84 young people in Germany for the 2010/2011 vocational training year.

In Plauen, eight apprentices started their training at the beginning of August in industrial and precision mechanics and in electronics for factory equipment. One Vocational Academy student specializing in technical management will join them in October.

In Offenbach, the manroland family was joined by 28 new members, among them six students specializing in mechanical engineering (in collaboration with the Rhein-Main-University of Applied Sciences in Wiesbaden), mechatronics, as well as electrical and information engineering (both in conjunction with the Aschaffenburg University of Applied Sciences).

In Augsburg, 47 young women and men will begin their careers, including four students enrolled in integrated mechatronics degree programs (vocational training in mechatronics parallel to studies in this field at the Augsburg University of Applied Sciences) and two students from partner institutions (vocational training in industrial mechanics alongside mechanical engineering studies in cooperation with the Ulm University of Applied Sciences).

In all, 408 young people are receiving training at the production sites in Augsburg (222), Offenbach (122), and Plauen (64).




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