In the period from July to September 2020, a total of 40 new trainees and students will start their professional careers with automation expert Lenze throughout Europe.
Lenze is a globally positioned, modern employer and at the same time a locally rooted family business. The company also harmonizes these two poles when it comes to training. Sound technical know-how and the correct handling of hardware and software are just as important as team spirit and mutual respect. This year, 40 young people are eager to become part of the international Lenze team and thus set the course for their professional future. 23 of them started their professional careers on 3 August 2020 at the company's headquarters in Gross Berkel.
Christian Wendler, CEO Lenze SE, says: "Vocational training is an important investment in the future - for Lenze as well as for the new colleagues themselves. I can therefore only call on all new Lenzians to take advantage of this opportunity and to play an active role in shaping the future of Lenze! Our company offers many opportunities for personal and professional development all over the world".
As an employer, Lenze focuses on innovative learning concepts, individual support, and traditional values such as trust, cooperation, and responsibility. Digitization and automation also play a prominent role at Lenze. Thus, central future topics such as predictive maintenance, digital twin or big data management are already being addressed today. This content is also reflected in the training content and ensures that the new trainees and students have a promising start to their careers.
The professions and study subjects Lenze covers are diverse and range from electronics, IT, and logistics to mechatronics. It is particularly important for the automation expert to promote independent learning and to support employees individually in their personal development goals.
Lenze is still looking for junior staff for 2021 who are enthusiastic about driving forward the digital transformation at one of the world's leading automation and drive experts.