Graduation for young professionals

AlzChem released 39 trainees into professional life – well equipped and with excellent grades.

At a traditional ceremony on April 12, 2018, the management of AlzChem and BASF discharged 39 trainees. Of the 14 women and 25 men who have now completed their training, 34 will be taken on by AlzChem or BASF and five will leave the chemical park, two of them for further training.

Apprenticeships at AlzChem – lots of variety and very practical

Trostberg. Many young people took the opportunity at the weekend to come with parents and friends to visit AlzChem AG at the TROSTBERG CHEMICAL PARK. As it does each year in summer the company presented its training facilities and provided detailed information on apprenticeships and how to apply for them. 72 apprentices and their instructors were on hand to answer questions, and they used their own experience to report on how the training was structured, the technical schools and examples of what the individual departments focused on.

Off to a flying start with an apprenticeship at AlzChem and BASF

Trostberg. The Trostberg Chemical Park will be presenting its apprenticeship training department this year again. Young people who are about to finish school and those who have graduated are invited to bring their parents along to get a good look at the many different apprenticeship opportunities that the Chemical Park offers. The event kicks off on Saturday July 11, at 8.30 am.

Welcome to the team! 30 contracts of employment at AlzChem and BASF

Trostberg. During a party held to mark the occasion management at AlzChem and BASF congratulated the 39 young men and women who have now successfully completed their apprenticeships, noting that they had achieved top marks in their final apprentice examinations. And now 30 of them have taken up employment with AlzChem and BASF, four have left the company and five have opted to continue their studies.

Tap tap hooray!

Hart. The Hart elementary school now has its new tablet-based learning system up and running. AlzChem director Stefan Greger went to see for himself – and came away very impressed. When he visited class 3a the students were diligently typing in the right answers (we hope!) into their tablet computers. School Principal Heiko Schachtschabel is proud of the new medium, an additional electronic contribution to teaching at the elementary school that has enhanced all aspects of teaching since it was introduced last year.

TROSTBERG CHEMICAL PARK providing future perspectives

Trostberg. September 1, 42 new apprentices began their future careers at the TROSTBERG CHEMICAL PARK. The training offered for seven professions in the disciplines of natural sciences, engineering and commerce takes 2 ½ to 3 ½  years. Manfred Hochreiter, head of training at AlzChem, was very pleased to welcome the new professionals, and put them all in the mood for the training ahead, saying: "We provide our apprentices in the various stages of their training and professions with very thorough training, and expect commitment, ambition, hard work and stamina.