A very special start to working life

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Full of curiosity and motivation - but with distance. The new trainees and a new DH student at Optima. (Source: Optima)
33 new young talents at Optima

September 1 marked the beginning of a new phase in the lives of 32 trainees and one DH student. They started their professional life at Optima in Schwäbisch Hall. In addition, a trainee mechatronics engineer from HO-MA Hohenloher Maschinen- und Anlagenbau GmbH will complete part of his training at the Optima Group's training center.

After the new trainees were welcomed at Optima at the beginning of July with a "Digital Welcome" in the Digital Innovation Center, the welcome in the training center took place again as usual - but in compliance with the applicable hygiene and distance regulations. Volker Freisinger, head of the Optima Training Center, and the Optima Group's team of trainers welcomed the 33 young talents and provided important information for their first weeks at the company. Among the new trainees, mechatronics engineers make up the largest part with ten trainees, eight are learning the profession of electronics engineer for automation technology and five want to become industrial mechanics. There are also four technical product designers, two cutting machine operators and two industrial clerks, one of whom has an additional qualification. One apprentice has chosen the profession of an IT specialist for system integration.

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Heike Brenner, training officer at Optima, informs the new trainees and the new DH student about what to expect in the coming weeks. (Source: Optima)

Apprentices are welcomed

Volker Freisinger, head of Optima's training center, explains important basics for working safely in the training center. (Source: Optima)

Welcoming apprentices

Heike Brenner gives Alina Grauf, an industrial clerk trainee, important information for her first days on the job. (Source: Optima)

Optimal preparation for the start of a career

"To give our trainees and students the best possible start to their working lives, they can expect numerous activities, events and seminars in the first two weeks on topics such as occupational safety, manners in everyday working life, first aid and much more," reports Optima training officer Heike Brenner.

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