Berufsbildung bei der RUAG
Young people can take trial apprenticeships to learn about occupational life and our company in general, and to get to know their on-the-job supervisors and fellow workers. They can acquaint themselves with the materials, equipment, tools and machines as well as the nature of the work in their respective profession. Moreover, during a trial apprenticeship they get an idea of what the job demands from a technical, academic, interpersonal and physical point of view, and gain an insight into the workplace environment – in relation to line managers, colleagues, the pace of work, working hours, the work climate, etc.
A daily journal allows them to document the skills, experience and impressions that they have picked up, clarify any queries they may have, and take stock of their time with us when their trial apprenticeship comes to an end.