Ratingen, September 16, 2020 – SPIE Deutschland & Zentraleuropa, the German subsidiary of SPIE, the independent European leader in multi-technical services in the areas of energy and communications, welcomes this summer around 300 young people to start their professional training in Germany. Despite the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the number has remained constant compared to the previous year. The company is proud to offer a variety of career opportunities to young talented people. With a total of 35 apprenticeship occupations and ten dual study programmes, SPIE, dedicated to the energy and digital transition, trains its own up-and-coming talents in more than 90 locations, in order to cooperate with its clients.
“We are proud that once again this year, 300 talented young people have decided to pursue a training course at SPIE in Germany. We are particularly glad of the number of participants, which has almost remained constant compared to last year – despite the ongoing corona pandemic. This demonstrates that even in times of crisis, we are a stable and attractive employer for talented people”, notes Markus Holzke, Managing Director/ CEO of SPIE Deutschland & Zentraleuropa. “This success also finds its roots in the enthusiasm and commitment of our employees, who successfully establish networks and in particular contacts with schools and use these for attracting new trainees”, added Bianca Stöhr, Head of Human Resources at SPIE Deutschland & Zentraleuropa.
45 opportunities for young talents to begin their careers
SPIE’s aim is to tie young people to the company at an early stage and to offer promising perspectives at SPIE to talented people with all types of school qualifications. Bianca Stöhr: “In Germany alone we have 35 apprenticeship occupations and ten opportunities for a dual education. Altogether compared to last year, it adds up to nine additional career opportunities provided : from an apprenticeship to become an industrial mechanic, draughtsman, electronics technician or mechatronics technician, right through to dual education in business administration, facility management or business informatics. This is how SPIE trains and educates today’s talents and turns them into tomorrow’s talents to make the energy transition happen and shape the digital transformation.”
Digital Introduction Events, to learn about the SPIE world
This year SPIE’s young talents throughout Germany had a digital introduction through video conferences. Through diverse presentations and a digital SPIE Quiz the trainees and students were introduced to the world of SPIE. They became better acquainted with the business sectors, gained insight into the professional fields at SPIE and received first instructions on how to make their work safe and healthy. “Our young talents can look forward to an informative time. We wish everyone plenty of success and enjoyment during their training, and we are delighted that they are now part of our team”, says Maximilian Schrenner, Head of Recruiting at SPIE Deutschland & Zentraleuropa.
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