NEWS
Foundry  

KRÄMER+GREBE produces the best trainee in Germany

Since the company was founded, attracting the next generation of skilled workers through comprehensive training has been key for the manufacturer of moulds and tools, Krämer+Grebe in Wallau, Germany. For many decades now, the high training rate has been the company’s tradition and guarantee for success.

It has been repeatedly proven that Krämer+Grebe isn’t just one of the best in the Lahn-Dill Chamber of Industry and Commerce district, it is also one of the best in Germany.  Four of its trainees achieved top marks in the winter 2017/2018 final examinations and were awarded for their excellent results by the Chamber of Industry and Commerce. 

Tobias Beimborn topped the year’s fantastic results: he was given an award from the Association of German Chambers of Industry and Commerce (DIHK) for being Germany’s best technical model maker apprentice specialising in foundry. The 21-year-old is one of Germany’s 200 top apprentices to have passed their final examinations with a minimum ‘very good’ grade.

The top trainees and training organisations were once again honoured as part of an awards ceremony hosted by the DIHK in Berlin in December 2018. Frank-Walter Steinmeier, the German Federal President, was the keynote speaker. Krämer+Grebe received this award once again. The company now has three state winners and several national winners in this profession.

The company trains on average 15 men and women to become technical model makers with subject area in foundry, technical product designers specialising in product design and construction, and tool makers in the field of moulding. A distinctive feature is, among other things, the company’s own training workshop, which offers all the advantages of a practical apprenticeship. The training programme is supplemented by various dual Bachelor’s and Master’s degree courses, including Bachelor of Engineering specialising in moulding in conjunction with the University of Applied Sciences Mittelhessen. 

In the three and a half years of their apprenticeship, the trainees go through the entire value chain – from construction to maintenance. 

And that’s not all that makes training in this company attractive to young people; the high retention rate is a big draw as well. For vocational training is a method that is intensively used to attract qualified young talent. Of course, these four top graduates have also been given permanent employment Krämer+Grebe as junior skilled workers.

In addition to further internal and external training, they will also be offered development opportunities and career prospects. The innovative training concept, which continues the professional qualification of young employees using various training activities, contributes significantly to this.

News No: 3516
Date: 2019/01/31 - 18:38
News Source: Foundry Planet

KRÄMER  GREBE  Germany  DIHK  foundry 

Comments:

Leave a Comment:

   
   
   
 

China atop Iran’s Trade Partners

China, the UAE, Turkey, Germany and India are the top exporters of goods to Iran, supplying more than 57% of the country's imports, according to the data released by the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration.
 

The extended arm of the foundry industry

“Time to market” has long become a major a competitive factor, also in the foundry industry. With the promise of accelerating the pace of innovation and optimizing foundry processes, Hüttenes-Albertus (HA) opened its unique HA Center of Competence at the end of 2017.
 

In Germany's plan to phase out coal, a big polluter will benefit

A proposal to stop Germany from using coal for power generation within two decades may leave an unexpected beneficiary: The company that burns the most of the fuel.
 

Iranian Vice-Speaker Urges Germany to Reconsider Decision

Iranian Parliament's Vice-Speaker Ali Motahhari, in a meeting with Germany’s Ambassador to Tehran Michael Klor-Berchtold, urged Berlin to reconsider its recent decision against an Iranian airline.
 

EU HRC: Germany, automotives constrain sentiment

Automotive issues and Germany's manufacturing malaise continued to constrain sentiment in the northwest European hot-rolled coil (HRC) market today.
 

Germany Plans to Sanction Iran's Mahan Air

Germany plans to ban Iranian airline Mahan Air from its airports, media reports said on Monday, in an escalation of sanctions adopted by the European Union against Iran.
Upcoming Events
Publications
 Mines & Metals

Mine & Business Today

 Scrap & Recycling

Ahangan

Our partners