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Knowledge, Ability, Action - 96 Young Professionals For The Digitized Industry

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Knowledge, Ability, Action - 96 Young Professionals For The Digitized Industry
Knowledge, Ability, Action - 96 Young Professionals For The Digitized Industry

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When Kevin Grahn talks about gap controls in production, wiring solutions and terminal strips, his enthusiasm is clearly noticeable. The electronics engineer for industrial engineering recently completed his training at the control cabinet and system provider Rittal. Now he presented his thesis to the management, his trainers and colleagues. "One of the systems in the Wissenbach plant had a fault after a conversion, so that the housing was repeatedly damaged beyond repair," Grahn explained the problem, for which he found the solution in his thesis. Using a software-controlled light barrier, the possible damage to the continuous housing could be completely prevented. "The interesting thing about the work was the hardware and software requirements,"reported Grahn, who learned a programming language for the final thesis and worked on the machine, especially during breaks: "After all, ongoing operation must continue to be guaranteed."

This year, the Friedhelm Loh Group ceremoniously bid farewell to professional life after successfully completing training or studies
This year, the Friedhelm Loh Group ceremoniously bid farewell to professional life after successfully completing training or studies

Grahn is one of 96 junior staff that the Friedhelm Loh Group was able to take on this year after successfully completing their training or studies. 28 trainees even preferred to take their exam and had already finished their training at the beginning of the year. "We saw great performances," said Matthias Hecker, head of the technical training at Rittal, who gave the young graduates the advice to "always stay curious and never stop learning".

Industry 4.0: the world of work is changing

The group adopted 73 trainees this year. 23 young people also completed their dual “Studium Plus”, which the Friedhelm Loh Group offers in cooperation with the Technical University of Central Hesse (THM). The training opportunities range from specialists for warehouse logistics to machine and system operators to mechatronics engineers for refrigeration technology in dual training and from engineering studies to business management. "The best conditions for good training can be found in Germany," said Michael Weiher, Managing Director Production at Rittal. "We have continuously developed the training. The job description of the future in Industry 4.0 will consist of mechatronics and IT. For this we need well-trained specialists."

The companies of the Friedhelm Loh Group have trained 1,500 apprentices since the company was founded. In 2013 the company offered a support program for high potentials and for two years a post-qualification to the IHK-recognized professional qualification "machine and plant operator".

Developing clever solutions during your studies

Industry 4.0 is also part of the "Studium Plus". Weiher explains: “The merging of all processes from engineering to manufacturing to logistics and commercial processes make completely new course content necessary. In the future, it will be a matter of developing clever solutions to make the processes faster and better through networking.”The 23 graduates are well equipped for this professional field due to their practical experience in the corporate group, where they worked in departments and projects. The Friedhelm Loh Group has been offering dual studies since 2001. The advantage should be the integration of theory and practice - studying at the university alternates with practical phases in the company.

The final grades also showed that the graduates are enthusiastic about their course content. Weiher honored the four top graduates Jaquelin Hansel and Max Schüssler, industrial engineering students, Jan Hartmann, engineering graduate and Niclas Thielmann, business administration graduate. "These are impressive results," said the managing director. “You have acquired a lot of knowledge and acquired the associated skills. Now it is a matter of using and expanding both in practical action. You have the best prerequisites for a successful future."

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