Sinsheim, 01 September 2011 - The shortage of skilled workers in Germany complains louder for some years. In particular, engineers and IT specialists are missing and experts fear that this deficiency could be a hindrance for the upturn. Companies like Gebhardt Fördertechnik GmbH react: From September 2011 the company qualifies a total of 14 students of the "Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg (DHBW)" - 9 starting in 2011, 4 trainees in Technical drawing (including 2 starting in 2011), 10 trainees for "Feinwerkmechaniker" (including 5 starting in 2011) and 4 trainees as Electronics technicians.
"With this great potential that lies in the young and new employees, we are pursuing our corporate mission statement" Next Generation Intralogistics ", which applies to all business sectors," explains Marco Gebhardt, CEO of Gebhardt Fördertechnik GmbH, the company's commitment.
The trainees and students see all departments, which are relevant for their education, so that an optimum transfer of knowledge can be ensured. Since Gebhardt Fördertechnik GmbH is an international company, students are also temporarily in the corporate offices in Austria (GEBHARDT Austria) and England (GEBHARDT UK).
Professional trainings at Gebhardt Fördertechnik GmbH are offered in the professions Precision Mechanics, Electronic technician and Technical designer.
In the dual studies, which is offered along with the university partners DHBW Mosbach and DHBW Mannheim and completed with a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts, the courses
- Mechanical engineering,
- Industrial engineering with a focus on International Technical Sales Management, International Production and Logistics or International Technical Project Management,
- Business Administration in the field of industry and
- Applied computer science are occupied.
Besides its own trainees and students the company also offers another university students to complete their internship at the company.