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AGCO/Fendt Take On 34 Trainees

On 2 September 2013, 34 young people started their training at AGCO/Fendt. Depending on the career they have chosen, they will learn and work as trainees in the company for the next three to three and a half years.

While the future industrial mechanics and mechatronics fitters spend the time up to their exams in the training workshop, the others are already at work in their respective departments.

The new trainees at AGCO/Fendt: 5 industrial clerks, 1 IT system integration specialist, 1 system electronics technician, 7 logistics technicians, 15 industrial mechanics, 5 mechatronics fitters

The new trainees at AGCO/Fendt: 5 industrial clerks, 1 IT system integration specialist, 1 system electronics technician, 7 logistics technicians, 15 industrial mechanics, 5 mechatronics fitters

Whether training to be industrial clerks or logistics technicians, AGCO/Fendt offers each trainee a fitting and varied training job independent of their education. The Chairman of the AGCO/Fendt Management Board, Peter-Josef Paffen, did not miss the opportunity to personally introduce the company to the new Fendt trainees on their first day.
“We are pleased that we have the opportunity to offer talented young people training at Fendt each year. New, qualified employees, in particular, are very important for our company,” explained Peter-Josef Paffen and wished them a good start.

A total of 400 young people applied for the training programme, which starts in September 2013. “In particular, it was the marks, an aptitude test and the personal impression in an interview that made the difference,” explains Kathrin Brugger, Recruitment Specialist at Fendt. “We wish the new trainees a successful education, many interesting tasks, new impressions and, of course, enjoyment in their job.

Moreover, we are looking forward to good collaboration between the trainees and all supervisors, trainers, colleagues and fellow trainees. Our biggest goal, however, is that the trainees complete the programme with great success.”

In addition to the trainees, 4 students began their studies in the German ‘dual system’ of a college education and on-the-job training at AGCO/Fendt. They will spend their lecture-free time at the company to round out and deepen what they have learned in their studies.

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