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In the first working days there was a lot to experience for three industrial clerks, a media designer and four media technologists.
In order to make starting in the company as easy as possible for the new trainees, an introductory session between “old” and “new” trainees was a must. When they later played the traditional game of mini golf, the new trainees were able to get to know each other and exchange ideas, also taking the Corona safety measures into account. A joint barbecue evening with the trainers rounded off the first day.
A lot of exciting things await the new trainees, and not only in the coming weeks. Initially, they will be introduced to their future professions by their trainers and colleagues, and they will pass through many different departments and areas of application relevant to their training throughout their entire training period in the company.
Interprint Training Manager Andrea Pusch is looking forward to the time ahead. “We have been training our junior staff at Interprint for more than 35 years. We want to inspire young people for our company with interesting and varied vocational training, and offer them a very good basis for their professional future.”
If you would like to be one of the new trainees next year, you should take a look at interprint.de. Applications are now open for apprenticeships for media technologist, IT specialist for system integration and industrial clerk. Incidentally, Interprint trainees give some insights into their everyday working life at Interprint on their own page on Instagram under @interprintausbildung.