Apprenticeship at Golze

Golze offers committed students


training as industrial clerks or as warehouse logistics specialists.

You will get to know the different company departments as well as learn about the textile industry.

 

Why an apprenticeship at Golze?

We have been a recognised and successful apprenticeship organisation for many decades now. With our practical and practice-oriented training programme, our trainees achieve above-average test scores. Nearly 100% of all trainees find a job after the programme ends, whether internally or at another company, and this speaks for the quality of an apprenticeship at Otto Golze & Söhne.

 

You should possess the following qualifications!

We are looking for trainees who identify with their training profession, think positively and have a clear sense of direction. You should be able to work independently and on your own initiative. Knowledge of English and French would be an advantage because this could be applied to international customer and supplier contacts and thus expanded. We are looking for open, communicative and self-confident personalities.

 

 

More information about your apprenticeship at Golze

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Advantages of an apprenticeship

 

Practice-oriented apprenticeship Trainees work work within the individual departments according to their level of knowledge and, if required, carry out specific tasks and functions. In addition, they take on small projects such as stand planning and organisation for training and in-house exhibitions.

 

 

Apprenticeship duration

 

3 years

 

 

Vocational school for industrial clerks

 

Handelslehranstalt Hameln
Weekly classes. Two vocational school days per week in the 1st year of apprenticeship and one vocational school day per week in the 2nd and 3rd year of apprenticeship.

 

Vocational school for warehouse logistics specialists

 

BBS Springe
Weekly classes. Two vocational school days per week in the 1st year of apprenticeship and one vocational school day per week in the 2nd and 3rd year of apprenticeship.

 

Work hours per week

 

40 hours per week / trust-based
The status of work hours during the apprenticeship is determined by the individual apprenticeship departments.

 

Apprenticeship procedure for industrial clerks

 

You will cycle through the company departments, starting with Purchasing/Procurement, then on to Quality Management, Marketing, HR, Accounting and finally Sales (domestic and international) in 3 to 6 months cycles, and learn the tasks and processes performed in the various areas.

 

At the end of the apprenticeship, you will spend 6 to 8 months in a department, chosen in coordination between you and HR (the so-called working time) in which you will prepare for your oral final examination. You will assume responsibility for carrying out minor tasks in this department.

 

 

Apprenticeship procedure for warehouse logistics specialists

 

You will cycle through the company's warehouse departments, starting with Goods Receiving, Quality Management, Returns Management, Commissioning, Coupon Production, Shipping and Order Management in 3 to 6 month cycles and learn the work skills from the employees in these areas.  

 

At the end of the apprenticeship, you will spend 6 months in a warehouse department chosen in coordination between you and HR. There you will prepare for your oral final examination. You will assume responsibility for carrying out minor employee tasks in this department.

 

 

 

Independent training tasks

 


You are responsible for the organisation and implementation of minor central tasks incl. the creation of a weekly task plan with holiday and sick day coverage.

 

 

Continuing education opportunities during your apprenticeship

 

You will have the opportunity during your apprenticeship to take part in additional training for an European businessperson at the vocational school in parallel to your apprenticeship. Golze will pay the test costs for the individual mandatory modules and will grant educational leave proportionally for the traineeship abroad.

 

 

Hiring after the end of the apprenticeship

 

Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee that you will be hired. As in every company, there must be a demand for personnel and your strengths and interests must also match those of any open position.

 

 

After hiring

 

Area-specific further training is promoted, e.g. businessperson for marketing, purchasing/logistics or foreign language assistant in English/French. Support for further training in business administration CC.

 

 

 

 

Contact persons

If you have additional questions about your apprenticeship, please contact Ms. Wiertz at Golze:

Louisa Bröcker

    Louisa Bröcker

     

    +49 (0) 5155/959-113