At E.ON every day is youth day – at least for a total of around 1,000 apprentices and working students from all training years throughout Germany preparing for the of work. For this new apprenticeship year, almost 300 young career-entrants are beginning their training this summer in eleven E.ON companies nationwide.
They are being trained for a variety of different professions, for example as electricians for operating technology, mechatronics engineers, industrial clerks or office administrators. It is precisely in times of demographic change that apprentices make an important contribution to ensuring the company is fit for the future.
At E.ON apprentices get the opportunity to actively help shape the new energy world – with the customer as the main focus and with innovative and tailor-made products. When it comes to renewable energy, E.ON is one of the world’s leading companies, promoting low-emission, efficient technologies.
An apprenticeship at E.ON lasts from two to three-and-a-half years, depending on the type of training. Young graduates with a higher education entrance qualification for studies at a technical college or university can do a degree in parallel to an apprenticeship, which then ends after two years. The apprenticeship without a degree course generally takes three to three-and-a-half years.
Young people who are interested can still apply for vacant apprenticeship places at E.ON for 2018. E.ON is looking for committed, motivated and reliable apprentices who like working in a team. The academic prerequisites vary depending on the profession. Vacant apprenticeship places and the opportunity to apply for them directly can be found at www.eon.com/careers.