12 trainees start their careers at HORN

12 trainees start their careers at HORN
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12 trainees start their careers at HORN

Date: 6 September 2023

12 talented young people have chosen HORN as their training company this year.

September marks the beginning of a new and important phase in the lives of many young people. When they start their training, they set the course for their future career. The choice of the right training company is therefore crucial for good vocational training and must also be carefully considered in advance. 

We are delighted that 12 talented young people have chosen HORN as their training company this year. The new apprentices are distributed among the various training occupations as follows:

  • metalworkers in construction technology: 4 
  • electronics technicians in industrial technology: 4
  • architectural draughtsmen: 2
  • technical system planners for supply and equipment technology: 1
  • office management assistant: 1

At the start of the training, CEO Stephan Meindl warmly welcomed the 12 young men and women and wished them all a good and successful start. In addition to organisational matters, the start of the training included an extensive tour of the individual company buildings and departments led by the HORN youth and trainee representatives.

We are proud to welcome the professionals of tomorrow to our team and wish them all a good start in this new phase of their lives.

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