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BOMAG invests 1 million EUR in training young adults
Construction of the training centre extension begins

The construction equipment manufacturer, BOMAG, continues to invest in its Boppard site and its future. On 5 July, 2012, the company celebrated the beginning of work on the extension to its existing training centre.

Training has always been a priority at BOMAG – with around 1.400 employees the comaony is not just the biggest employer in the region; it also currently offers the most varied traineeships to a total of 70 young adults in production, and commercial and technical areas, making it one of the largest enterprises offering training.

"Our company needs well-trained, young people to safeguard our future," says Thomas Merfeld, Head of Human Resources. "We therefore offer our trainees not only the perfect learning conditions, but also individual supervision." The result of this commitment pays for itself, as both technical and business BOMAG trainees often become the best of their year. Furthermore, these young people are also prepared in practical ways for their step onto the career ladder in the form of an attractive supporting programme: workshops to improve learning and studying methods, or dealing with examination nerves are offered hand in hand with seminars on the most important basic rules of planning finances and insurance, or driving safety courses with their own vehicles, and teaching and developing personal skills and attitudes.

To create the best programmes for its trainees in the future as well, the company is now investing 1 million EUR in the extension of its training centre for commercial professions. The present centre is being extended by a total of 550 m2 divided between two floors. At the same time, the machine tools equipment and technical equipment is gradually being brought up to a standard that will comply with all future requirements of a modern training centre. From 2013 onwards, the aim is for up to 90 young women and men to enter their respective professions here; in addition, approximately 100 students are expected to gain their first practical experience of working in a metalwork company.
Jörg Unger, President of BOMAG personally undertook the planing of the asphalt area where the new extension will be built.
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