STIWA welcomes 72 new apprentices!
A high-tech apprenticeship at STIWA offers many opportunities for the future: In September 2023 the company proudly welcomes 72 new apprentices. This means that STIWA currently has more than 220 apprentices in 10 different professions. On the 8th and 9th of September, all interested parties will have the opportunity to inform themselves about an apprenticeship at STIWA in the Varena Vöcklabruck. The company is looking forward to a lively participation.
Apprenticeship training has a long tradition at STIWA and plays a decisive role in the company's philosophy: as one of the largest industrial trainers in the whole of Upper Austria, more than 220 apprentices have been in training since September. The company invests heavily in the training and further education of young skilled workers to ensure that they are optimally prepared for the demands of the modern labour market.
In-house training centre
The 72 new apprentices will be trained in 10 professions - from mechatronics engineer to design engineer to application developer. "In addition, we offer the "Dual Academy" in the field of application development coding for high school graduates," says STIWA training manager Thomas Bartl. Apprentices at STIWA not only receive qualified training, but also have the opportunity to benefit from the experience and know-how of experienced STIWA employees. Recently, the training centre was equipped with the most modern training machines.
"The training of young people is very important to us at STIWA. We are proud to be able to welcome a large number of apprentices to our company every year and to provide them with first-class training. Equipped with new training machines, all apprentices receive high-tech training with the best career opportunities in our own training centre in Attnang-Puchheim. Our apprentices are the future of our company and we are confident that they will make an important contribution to our continued development and success," says Bartl.
High-tech training leads to a career at STIWA
Automation technology is a field of the future that requires highly trained specialists. We are proud of our apprentices and their achievements. After the apprenticeship, all doors in the company are open to them," says Bartl, who also likes to remind people that a large part of the managers at STIWA started their career with an apprenticeship. And even today, more than two thirds of all apprentices ever trained in the company are still working at STIWA.
For more information visit: Apprenticeship at STIWA