Test certificates for apprentices at Roth Industries


Twenty apprentices from Roth Industries companies successfully completed their apprenticeships. Management, personnel and training management, works committee and youth representatives congratulated the young skilled workers on passing their exams.

Under the Roth Corona hygiene concept, the congratulations took place in two groups at the company's headquarters in Dautphetal-Buchenau. Managing Director Claus-Hinrich Roth and Human Resources Manager Michael Donges presented the trade proficiency certificates and additional bonuses of 2150 euros. Together with Hartmut Heck, head of the central training workshop, works committee chairman Ralf Freund and youth representative Katharina Weigel, they honoured the graduates for their good performance.
"This cohort completed their training and examinations under the difficult conditions of the Corona pandemic. We have made every effort to provide our skilled workers with optimal training conditions for practical work and learning. The trainees have overcome the situation with great commitment and inventiveness. Together we can be proud of the good teamwork and the excellent results," says Michael Donges.

At Roth Composite Machinery in Burgwald, Julian Ackermann completed his training as an industrial mechanic. At the Steffenberg site, Christian Becker passed the examination as an industrial clerk, Robert Nikola Knops as an industrial mechanic and Leon Köhl as an electronics technician.

At Roth Hydraulics in Eckelshausen, Philipp Achenbach completed his training as an industrial clerk, Zsolt Eibeck as a cutting machine operator and Markus Christian Hubich as a warehouse logistics specialist.

At Roth Plastic Technology in Wolfgruben, Stefan Butz, Erdin Mustafa and Danos Schöner completed their training as process mechanics.

At Roth Werke in Buchenau Carlos Balser and Lukas Blenz completed their training as warehouse specialists. Pascal Briel and Yildiray Taskiran completed their training as process mechanics. Jennifer Hambel and Sarah Opper passed their exams as industrial clerks and Stefanie Maria Klafack and Andrej Weber as warehouse logistics specialists. Szymon Maciej Richter graduated as an electronics technician.

Another apprentice at the Roth company Becker Plastics in Datteln completed his training as a process mechanic.

IHK honours the best trainees
Michael Donges pointed out, "We are particularly proud that six of our trainees graduated with outstandingly good grades and were honoured for this by the Lahn-Dill Chamber of Industry and Commerce. In addition, four of our trainees brought forward their final exams by half a year due to good to very good performance. This underpins the quality of our training concept as well as the commitment of the trainers."
Roth is very interested in taking on the trainees after their exams and made all the young professionals an offer of employment. Some are continuing their vocational training at Roth with advanced vocational training or with StudiumPlus.