Apprentices Successfully Complete Training at RWTH
RWTH und IHK Aachen congratulate 42 apprentices on passing their final exams.
42 RWTH Aachen apprentices now received their certificates of completion. Michael Arth from IHK Aachen, RWTH-Chancellor Manfred Nettekoven, Ursula Plum of the Staff Council, as well as Jan Büßenschütt from the Youths and Apprentice Representation JAV congratulated them during the graduation ceremony at the RWTH guest house.
Jan Kröll, Simon Knippertz and Darren Rice completed their vocational training to become chemical laboratory assistants.
Moritz Jonas Roehl, Nils Edwin Schartmann and Daniel Schmitz are now industrial mechanics by completing their vocational training in combination with a dual course at FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences.
Jonas Baumgarten, Andreas Baur, Silke Casselmann and Markus Gier were trained as electronics technicians for equipment and systems.
Vocational training to become an IT specialist with a specialization in systems integration was completed by Heinrich Schäfer. Julian Huppertz is now a specialist for Warehouse Logistics.
The following individuals completed training as industrial mechanics with a focus on precision tool-making: Robin Brune, Thomas Conrads, Marvin Dürbaum, Alexander Erdweg, Georgos Gerokonstatitis, Lukas Benjamin Grosch, Julian Cedric Harmel, Tamara Kosel, Tim Lütz, David Magel, Matteo Michalczak, Christian Permantier, Andreas Rapp, Tobias Schweitzer, Moritz Späth, Nico Remi Vandenwyngaert and Marvin Zaverl.
Ina Corsten und Margret Janoschka are now ready to be employed as management assistants for office communication and Maximilian Heiner Zündorf is qualified to work as management assistant for dialogue marketing.
Lena Call, Hannah Maaßen, Christina Schäfer and Sonja Schweitzer completed their training in technical product design.
After passing his exam, Christian Nießen is now able to work as textile laboratory assistant with a specialization in textile technology.
During a celebration, RWTH Aachen University said good bye to 42 apprentices.
Source: Press and Communications