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Trainees Begin Apprenticeships for manroland

Friday, September 02, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Ninety young women and men begin apprenticeships

manroland is again offering apprenticeship contracts and career perspectives to 90 young people in Germany for the 2011/2012 vocational training year. Starting their journey are 50 young people in Augsburg, 30 in Offenbach and 10 in Plauen. manroland currently provides training to a total of 340 apprentices.

In Plauen, ten apprentices started their training at the end of August in machining or industrial mechanics. A total of 56 young people, including six Vocational Academy (BA) students, are currently in training at the largest producing company in the region. In his welcome speech, the head of training center Bodo Neubauer stated: "As of today, you are an important part of our staff, which is the most important resource a company has."

In Offenbach, the manroland family is joined by 30 new members in early September, among them five students specializing in mechanical engineering (in collaboration with the Rhein-Main University of Applied Sciences in Wiesbaden and the Technical University of Darmstadt), industrial engineering, business administration, as well as electrical and information engineering (all three in conjunction with the Aschaffenburg University of Applied Sciences). manroland will also welcome two new foundry mechanics specializing in hand-mold castings, after an extended absence of trainees in this area.

In Augsburg, a total of 50 young women and men are set to begin their careers on 1st September, including six students enrolled in integrated degree programs or cooperative programs with partner institutions in the fields of mechatronics (vocational training in mechatronics parallel to studies in this field at the Augsburg University of Applied Sciences), electrical engineering (vocational training as an electronics technician for equipment and systems technology parallel to studies in electrical engineering at the Augsburg University of Applied Sciences) and mechanical engineering (vocational training in industrial mechanics alongside mechanical engineering studies in cooperation with the Ulm University of Applied Sciences).

To learn more about training opportunities at manroland, please visit http://www.manroland.com/com/en/career-training-market.htm


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