Training as a gateway to lifelong learning
The management board, the works council and the training officers heartily congratulated EMG's apprentices on successfully completing their apprenticeships.
After completing their final examination in front of the Chamber of Industry and Commerce in Siegen, Ronja Nöh (industrial management assistant), Felix Lütticke (IT systems engineer) and Justin Zeppenfeld (electronics technician for industrial engineering) now have proof of their achievements in black and white. They all completed their apprenticeships with good grades. They have been working on completing their apprenticeships for three years and have now reached the first stage of their professional life. They know that completing their apprenticeship is just the tip of the iceberg and that lifelong learning is becoming increasingly more important. Justin Zeppenfeld has already decided to complete his A levels and then continue his education. And who knows, "maybe there will be a reunion at EMG some day", added managing director, Marc Nedecky, after the congratulations. Mr. Nedecky also wished Ronja Nöh and Felix Lütticke continued success at EMG and he advised them to not only learn from their experienced coworkers, but to also form their own views and opinions.
EMG is proud of its apprentices and is happy to be able to offer them all an employment contract after their apprenticeship.
In recognition of their excellent achievements, the newly qualified personnel were presented with a gift voucher and their apprenticeship certificate.