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and where your commitment counts.


Apprenticeship and trainee programs: approximately 80 apprentices are in training in Switzerland on average, and apprenticeships or internships for young graduates have been initiated also at the sites in the United Kingdom, in Germany, India and Malaysia.

Find out more about our apprenticeship programme in Switzerland and Germany: Our apprentices work fully with us and are thus optimally prepared for their professional life after their training. Our trainees also have the opportunity to work on independent projects.

Our apprenticed professions

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What to expect as an apprentice?

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Holistic training

You benefit from modern vocational training that promotes people as a whole. You go through a systematically structured introductory and training programme. You do your training together with other young people. You experience the diversity of a large company. You can benefit from a performance-oriented salary system.

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Vocational baccalaureate

If you have the potential, apprentices in Switzerland can complete the vocational baccalaureate in parallel.

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Beginning of apprenticeship/introductory days - Parents' afternoon/parents' evening for apprentices in Switzerland - Ski and snowboard camps for apprentices in Switzerland - Summer camp (community service) for apprentices in Switzerland - Final apprenticeship trip and graduation ceremony

Get in touch and register for one of our events

1. Events

The aim of our information events is to give you the opportunity to get to know a profession without any obligation. 

Any future dates regarding our information events will be published in autumn 2024. 

2. Trial apprenticeship

During a trial apprenticeship we get to know each other better. You can do some typical work yourself and ask all your questions about the profession.

3. Application

With your application, you show your definite interest in an apprenticeship with us.

4. Job interview

During the interview, all important questions regarding the apprenticeship will be clarified.

5. Apprenticeship contract

The apprenticeship contract is discussed and signed together with your parents.

6. Start of apprenticeship

We want our new apprentices to have a great start with joint introductory days.

Still unsure? Hear what Chris has to say.


In this video, Chris will tell you how he started his career as an apprentice in Switzerland.

We are looking forward to meeting you!

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Herisau, Switzerland

Claudia Stern

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Pfäffikon ZH, Switzerland

Daniela Santarsiero

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Hans-Hendrik Büchner