Roth companies show career opportunities
Training Day in Buchenau: Young people and their parents get informed
What does an industrial mechanic do? Can I use this photo for my application? Does the company offer additional support before the exams?
Many different questions were asked at the "Training Day" at Roth Industries. The family-owned company had invited pupils, parents and teachers to provide first-hand information about the opportunities for starting a career.
For this, the people responsible for training at Roth had worked hard in the "Manfred Roth Atrium", the company headquarters in Buchenau. The eight different occupational fields in which Roth Industries offers dual training were presented at exhibition stands. Here, not only the specialist trainers, but also trainees or graduates were available as contact persons. There were also information stands about the other qualification offers, for example "StudiumPlus", as well as a "job application check". Visitors were able to try their hand at hands-on activities, and during the guided tours of the Buchenau plant, the focus was primarily on the workplaces in the various training fields.
Pupils who are about to graduate, together with their parents, took the opportunity to inform themselves on site. "We had some good discussions," said HR Officer Jennifer Happel, who answered the visitors' questions together with trainees, specialist trainers as well as HR Manager Michael Donges and Claus-Hinrich Roth as a representative of the shareholder family. "Now, of course, we hope that this will also result in applications and that we will soon be able to welcome new junior staff." The company is still offering apprenticeships for the summer of this year in the professions of warehouse specialist (m/f/d), industrial mechanic (m/f/d), process mechanic (m/f/d) and machining mechanic (m/f/d).