Since this year, Schölly has fulfilled the requirements for vocational training of mechatronics engineers. The two newly created training positions for 2018 were awarded within a very short time.
Mechatronics engineers learn how to assemble mechanical, electrical and electronic components. They assemble these components into complex systems, install control software and maintain the systems. The training period is 3.5 years and takes place both in the company and at the vocational school. The training company must be able to impart all the knowledge and skills specified by the Chamber of Industry and Commerce. The trainers guide the trainees and accompany them on their way into professional life.
At the start of vocational training on 1 September 2018, Schölly started eight further trainees in commercial, technical and design departments. With a total of 24 trainees in seven different training occupations, Schölly is specifically looking after specialists from its own ranks.
The company sets great importance to highly qualified junior staff and involves its trainees in a wide range of tasks right from the start. The hiring rate after completion of training was 100% in 2018.
Further information on the training occupations and experience reports are available on: https://www.schoelly.de/en/career/vocational-training/