Apprentices at Roth Industries receive their trade proficiency certificates
At Roth Composite Machinery in Steffenberg, Jonas Diehl completed his training as industrial mechanic. At the location in Burgwald Andreas Fett also completed his training as industrial mechanic. At Roth Hydraulics in Eckelshausen, Pascal Hartung and Mert Yalcin completed their training as process mechanics and Philip Lukas Meyer as technical product designer. At Roth Plastic Technology in Wolfgruben, Giuseppe Del Galdo completed his training as a warehouse logistics specialist, Maximilian Henkel as an electronics technician and Alex Kapanizki as an industrial mechanic.
Roth Werke in Buchenau congratulated Laura Gemmecke on graduating as an industrial clerk. All of the apprentices were given a job upon completion of their training.
Claus-Hinrich Roth congratulated all of them on behalf of the Roth company and praised their achievements. The trainers from the Roth companies and works council chairman Ralf Freund joined the congratulations and paid tribute to the achievements. “The completion of training is the basis of a successful career. We’re very proud that we’ve provided so many young people with a platform for solid professional training and a successful career,” explained Head of HR Michael Donges. In addition to their bonuses, each former apprentice received a small gift at the ceremony.
Ideal combination of theory and practice
The industrial apprentices receive intensive theoretical and practical teaching by dedicated trainers at Roth Industries’ central training workshop. The skills they learn equip them for the challenges of day-to-day working life at an industrial company. The management apprentices follow an in-house training plan in the business management departments, where the emphasis is on practical knowledge. Their training is rounded off by in-house teaching covering the subjects taught at vocational college and preparing them for intermediate and final exams. At Roth, the rate at which employees are taken on after completing their training is currently over 90 percent.