THE HUMAN SUCCESS FACTOR: TODAY'S APPRENTICES ARE TOMORROW’S SPECIALISTS.
BMW Group Plant Landshut is fulfilling its social responsibility, with no fewer than 40 young people embarking on an apprenticeship every year. The range of vocational training opportunities at Plant Landshut currently includes eight industrial apprenticeships in the fields of technology, production and IT:
- Electronics engineer (f/m/x) for automation engineering technology
- Foundry mechanic (f/m/x)
- Industrial mechanic (f/m/x)
- Mechatronics technician (f/m/x)
- Tool mechanic (f/m/x)
- Process mechanic (f/m/x) for plastics and rubber technology
- Cutting machine operator (f/m/x)
- IT system electronics technician (f/m/x)
The many digital elements of vocational training provide apprentices with the ideal foundation for an interesting and successful career. The BMW Group reorganised its vocational training across Germany last year to take account of digitalisation and the company’s transformation. Both demand new skills – for example, in innovative drive trains and lightweight construction, robotics, engineering technologies, smart production and big data. Digital teaching and learning formats, such as VR goggles, 3D printing technologies and virtual welding, are used in training.
Throughout their training, apprentices benefit from personal development and support that goes far beyond vocational skills and knowledge through workshops, coaching and individual feedback sessions.
Further information on vocational training at the BMW Group can be found here: