23 trainees and dual students start their professional life at BAADER

3 Aug

With the new training year, the professional future begins today for many junior employees: At BAADER, eight young people start their technical or commercial training, and three dual students in the fields of mechanical engineering, mechatronics, and industrial engineering. In addition, BAADER trains 12 apprentices from other corporations within the training network, mainly from the technical field. Over the course of the year, more trainees from the network will join.

"Well-trained employees are crucial to the success of our company. A large number of our former trainees are still working in the company today, filling important positions," says Robert Focke, Managing Director of BAADER. "Training junior staff beyond our own needs within the group is our contribution to keeping Lübeck attractive as a location and to supporting resident employers. In times of growing shortage of skilled workers, an attractive training offer is more important than ever."

BAADER currently trains a total of 44 of its own apprentices and 17 from the Lübeck network. The in-house training workshop offers all mechatronics engineers, industrial mechanics, cutting machine operators, and technical product designers an ideal training location. There they learn the basic skills of metalworking and how to handle a wide variety of materials. In the commercial area, too, the young professionals gain exciting insights into different areas of the company.

Trainees and dual students have a lot of creative freedom at BAADER, including the opportunity to spend a period of their training working in another BAADER business unit or abroad, if required. They can also expand their skills beyond their training through additional qualifications and participate in professional competitions.

Because food production and nutrition are becoming increasingly complex, skilled workers with a good education are more and more in demand. At, interested parties can find information on training or dual studies at BAADER as well as vacancies. Applications for the 2023 training year are expected to be possible after the summer break.

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Katharina Schmoede