Apprenticeships at Rubble Master provide wide range of opportunitiesPublished 16/4 at 16:41
Rubble Master attaches great importance to its apprentices as the employees of the future. Twelve apprentices are currently undergoing production and commercial training, with February seeing a number of highlights, including a meeting with the company’s management team.
Another highlight of the apprenticeship scheme was a two week internship for Sofie Mayerzedt at the offices of UK dealer, Red Knight 6. During her time in the UK, Sofie was able to take advantage of the opportunity to talk to existing customers, write a job story about a recently purchased RM 90GO! which featured photos and customer information. “This internship was a unique opportunity for me, which I can fully recommend to future apprentices. Not only did I gain an insight into the work of a sales partner, I was also able to improve my language skills and get to know London,” says Sofie.
Internships abroad are not only offered to office apprentices. Stefan Kamptner, agricultural and construction machine technology apprentice, has also gained experience in the UK, coming into contact with RM customers in the course of his service work.
As part of the high priority given to apprenticeships, Rubble Master’s focuses on the achievements of each and every individual. Each year these achievements are celebrated with a ceremony acknowledging the outstanding performers. This year’s awards ceremony was held in February, and acknowledged the contributions of Paul Moser, Matthias Pichler, Andi Hagmüller, and Markus Mayr.
Together with the awards being presented, the apprenticeship contracts of new apprentices were also signed. Although Rubble Master is delighted to have filled almost all of its apprenticeship vacancies, the post of apprentice office assistant has not been filled. Any interested parties are invited to contact the company: firstname.lastname@example.org.