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Second “Experience Education” cooperative event

  • Technik-Klassen der Dr. Johannes-Faust-Realschule zu Besuch bei KIESELMANN.
  • Technik-Klassen der Dr. Johannes-Faust-Realschule erleben KIESELMANN live.

Technical classes from theDr. Ing. Johannes Faust Realschule visiting KIESELMANN.

It is said that everyone holds the key to their own success. The matching key fob was given to 19 ninth graders from the Dr. Johannes Faust Realschule when they visited us on 13 June.

For a whole morning, the teenagers had time to get to know our company and its industrial-technical training programme. The technology-enthusiastic students looked over the shoulders of apprentices and their instructors and also tried out the workstations. The students received live and direct answers to their questions at different workstations.

What is the job of an industrial machinist? How big are the plants that one handles as a plant machinist? What do you do as a cutting machine operator? This morning, the answer to this question was: 19 key fobs. By turning and milling, raw material was used to create a laser-marked stainless steel key fob with the name of the student. The students and their teacher, Mr Fisser, were enthusiastic. “This is a great opportunity for the students to get a taste of the apprentice trades and to see first-hand what the requirements are. It is also nice to see how much fun it can be to learn a profession”, commented Mr Fisser on the cooperation.

Lena Lotspeich, HR manager at   Kieselmann also drew a positive summary: "This was the second event of this kind, which we organised in cooperation with Dr. Ing. Johannes Faust Realschule. We are completely satisfied and would like to thank Mr Fisser and the management of Dr. Ing. Johannes Faust Realschule for the very good cooperation. And of course we would be happy to see some of the students again as KIESELMANN apprentices next year”, said Lena Lotspeich with an eye toward the start of training in 2019.