Two high-flying trainees with AGRAVIS Technik

Both trainees at the AGRAVIS Technik group AGRAVIS Technik group , Marvin Lange and Marvin Wolter, completed their training in farm and construction machinery mechatronics, achieving top grades. The journeymen qualified in a graduation ceremony organised by the farm machinery guild at the Deula training centre in Hildesheim.

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From left: Top trainees Timo Washausen, Marvin Lange, Marvin Wolter, Fabian Klages have passed their apprenticeships in farm and construction machinery mechatronics with flying colours at the AGRAVIS Technik group.Two high-flying trainees with AGRAVIS Technik 
From left: Top trainees Timo Washausen, Marvin Lange, Marvin Wolter, Fabian Klages have passed their apprenticeships in farm and construction machinery mechatronics with flying colours at the AGRAVIS Technik group.

Marvin Lange, who completed his training at AGRAVIS Technik Raiffeisen GmbH AGRAVIS Technik Raiffeisen GmbH in Bockenem, received two awards: best trainee in year and best vocational college student. He was followed in second place by Marvin Wolter, who trained at AGRAVIS Technik Weser-Allee GmbH in Göxe. Good results were also achieved by Timo Washausen, AGRAVIS Technik Raiffeisen AG in Northeim, and Fabian Klages, AGRAVIS Technik Heide-Altmark GmbH in Hoheneggelsen, who also qualified in farm and construction machinery mechatronics.

“A great success story for the four trainees and of course for the AGRAVIS Technik group,” is the response of the three managing directors, Andreas Meister of AGRAVIS Technik Raiffeisen GmbH, Holger Popillas of AGRAVIS Technik Weser-Aller GmbH, and Wolfgang Diedrich of AGRAVIS Technik Heide-Altmark GmbH AGRAVIS Technik Heide-Altmark GmbH . The technophile trainees threw themselves into their course from day one, showing initiative and ambition. With good manual skills, previous knowledge gained through a background in agriculture or technology and excellent grades from school, they had all the requirements to do really well in the final exams, say the managing directors. “From the start of the course they worked independently and produced high quality work. Their commitment has been well rewarded with these excellent results.”

As a major employer, AGRAVIS Raiffeisen AG offers versatile training opportunities. The AGRAVIS Group employs more than 6,000 people, of whom 533 are currently trainees. This is the equivalent of a trainee quota of approximately 9% at present. The range of training opportunities offered by the second largest agricultural trade company in Germany is diverse, covering jobs in business administration, in technical fields and chemical and pharmaceutical professions, right through to dual degree courses. There are16 training courses to choose from in all. A training website (www.ausbildung.agravis.de) containing all the relevant information as well as an image film which trainees helped produce is specifically intended to appeal to pupils at school.

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