HAIGER, June 2023 - One commercial trainee and six industrial-technical trainees successfully completed their training at CLOOS in the first half of 2023: Mike Bese (cutting machine operator), Tahir Er (cutting machine operator), Tom Herold (mechatronics engineer), Marc-Collin Kegler (industrial management assistant), David Schmoor (electronics engineer for industrial engineering), Jonathan Taxer (mechatronics engineer), Marius Weber (industrial mechanic). In addition, Jannik Flach, Moritz Paul and Philipp Schmoor successfully completed their dual bachelor studies in electronics, mechanical engineering and technical informatics in January.
Excellent development and a high level of vocational training Training skilled workers is a high priority for CLOOS. Thus, 15 apprentices in the professions of electronics technician for industrial engineering, mechatronics technician, industrial mechanic, cutting machine operator, technical product designer, warehouse logistics specialist and industrial management assistant will start at CLOOS in mid-August. All trainees and graduates are taken on by CLOOS in different departments or start their dual studies. "As a high-tech company, we need highly trained specialists," emphasises Andreas Schmelzer, head of industrial-technical training. "That's why we support and encourage the young people in the best possible way which is also reflected in the excellent exam results every year."
CLOOS offers factory classes, intensive exam preparation and numerous further and advanced training opportunities. The LehrePlus concept, for example, gives young people with an intermediate school leaving certificate the opportunity to acquire their entrance qualification for a university of applied sciences at the same time as completing their apprenticeship. The extensively equipped CLOOS training workshop offers trainees optimal conditions for implementing their own technical projects.
Cooperation with schools and universities CLOOS cooperates with numerous schools and universities in the region and beyond in order to raise the overall level of training for skilled workers. For example, CLOOS has been offering the dual study concept StudiumPlus together with the Technical University of Central Hesse (THM) for more than 15 years.
The Gewerblichen Schulen Dillenburg now use a CLOOS robot cell for various robot training courses and training offerings. An interdisciplinary team of CLOOS trainees had designed and assembled the modular robot system QIROX Robot Factory completely independently.
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