As part of the annual “Future-Day,” the Emsland Group once again got involved in supporting vocational training for young people. Case in point: At the Emlichheim location, over thirty students were given an initial idea of what’s it like to have both a calling and a profession.
To start, there were drinks and sandwiches on hand for the young participants to enjoy while they watched a promotional film about the company. They were then divided into three groups and shown the laboratory, the metalworking shop and the electrical workshop. Along the way, many practical examples of the daily production process and all the activities necessary for operation were demonstrated to the young guests, thereby allowing them to form their own picture of some of the work steps but also lend a hand. For example, in the laboratory they learned how to manufacture potato starch, extension cables were manufactured and tested in the electrical workshop, and key chains were made in the metalworking shop.
As is tradition, a varied and exciting day ended with a meal in the canteen located in the Emsland Group’s staff facilities building.
The Emsland Group offers young people an interesting entry into a professional career while offering them insight into an international, forward-looking company. At various locations, the Group provides the right setting and ideal start to their careers in a range of skilled occupations.