Euroglas: Award for outstanding vocational training

Last week, the Employment Agency of Magdeburg honoured Euroglas for their commitment to vocational training.

Euroglas has been providing training since 1999. The first three apprentices from those days are still working in the company today! The training courses are offered in the commercial as well as the industrial sector.

Over 50 employees are qualified trainers who guarantee a technically competent level of training. Many of them used to be apprentices themselves. "The colleagues invest a lot of heart and soul in the training," says Euroglas Managing Director, Christian Winter.

This enduring commitment has now been recognised with the Certificate of Outstanding Vocational Training. Matthias Kaschte, Director of the Employment Agency of Magdeburg, emphasises: “Euroglas also gives a chance to young people who did not put themselves forward through good academic performance."

Award for outstanding vocational training

Find out more in this press article from the Volkstimme (German) and this report from MDR (German).

 Euroglas: Award for outstanding vocational training

Euroglas: Award for outstanding vocational training

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