Training at Buderus Guss
You are about to finish school and would like to start an apprenticeship? Not just any apprenticeship, but one that is interesting and offers a promising and secure future. An apprenticeship that opens up perspectives and makes you fit for a solid career start with the best chances for further training.
From apprentice to master
During my apprenticeship as a foundry mechanic at Buderus Guss, I received super good support from our dedicated trainers and gained an overview of the entire production of car brake discs. However, the training offers more than just learning for the job. We are personally supported and the team training sessions, for example during joint excursions or workshops, are interesting and broaden our horizons. My good results were the motivation to continue my training and to take advantage of the career opportunities that were offered to me here in the company. Today I am a master craftsman in the largest foundry department, sand preparation/moulding plants, and am proud to take on responsibility in a successful team.
Best examination graduate in the state in the training occupation of industrial mechanic
My training as an industrial mechanic at Buderus Guss was fun from the very beginning. There are many projects during the apprenticeship that give the apprentices a chance to think outside the box, for example visits to other companies within the Bosch Group or to customers of Buderus Guss. Our training company has a very good reputation. For example, the preparations for the examination with additional training helped me to become the best examination graduate in the country in the apprenticed profession of industrial mechanic. Now I work in plant service in the maintenance department.
Started as an apprentice, today master of training
At Buderus Guss, great value is placed on the support of specialists from the respective departments during the training. This provides a practical orientation from the very beginning and creates an overview of the entire production process and an outlook on future career opportunities. Trainees have plenty of scope to contribute their own ideas, for example in social projects with our cooperation schools. The trainers provide individual support and are also personal contacts. I completed my training as a foundry mechanic with the grade 'very good'. During my three years of in-service training as a foreman and rework process organiser, the teams have always supported me, because team spirit is very important at Buderus Guss. Today, I am a training master for metal professions at Buderus Guss.