Apprentices at Roth Industries receive their examination certificates
Hartmut Heck, head of the central training workshop at Roth, congratulated and presented the skilled worker certificates as well as additional bonuses of 300 euros. "Despite the corona situation, which has already lasted for over a year, we have done everything in our power to provide our future skilled workers with optimal training conditions for practical work and learning. The trainees have made the best of the situation and together we can be proud of the good teamwork and the excellent results," says Michael Donges.
At Roth Composite Machinery in Steffenberg, Johannes Henning completed his education as an industrial mechanic. At Roth Hydraulics in Eckelshausen, Felix Burk and Ferhat Sultani completed their education as cutting machine operators and Lukas Matthias Rein as an industrial mechanic. At Roth Plastic Technology in Wolfgruben, Leon Molodych also completed his education as an industrial mechanic. At Roth Umwelttechnik in Bischofswerda, Sebastian Sühs completed his education as an electronics technician. In addition to the bonus, each apprentice received a gift.
The ideal combination of theory and practice
The industrial trainees receive intensive theoretical and practical knowledge transfer from dedicated instructors in Roth Industries' in-house, central training workshop. This qualifies the career starters for the demands of daily operations.
The commercial trainees pass through the commercial departments on the basis of a company education plan. There, the focus is on practical knowledge. This is rounded off with in-company instruction, in which vocational school topics are reviewed and intermediate and final examinations are prepared. The employment rate at Roth after the apprenticeship is currently over 90 percent.