Work-study at PreZero
A systematic approach to work-study is part of how we do things. By combining classroom instruction with hands-on training, you’re able to acquire both a good theoretical foundation as well as professional experience.
Apprenticeships at PreZero
Whether it’s training to be a professional vehicle operator, motor vehicle mechatronics technician or industrial business management specialist – with us you’ll be ideally equipped to handle the many everyday tasks and responsibilities you’ll face.
Training as a professional vehicle operator
Are you interested in operating commercial vehicles, enjoy working outdoors and have technical skills? Then this skilled occupation is the perfect fit for you.
At the wheel of one of our modern special-use vehicles, you’ll do more than just transport heavy loads on the roadway - you’ll also be in charge of seeing to your own safety and inspecting your vehicle prior to departure. We will assume the costs for your Class B and C/CE licenses. Instruction will take place largely at our in-house driving school.
Training as a specialist in recycling and waste management
Do you enjoy working outdoors with your hands and do you possess technical skills? Then start your career with us by training as a specialist in recycling and waste management! You’ll learn about various types of waste processing facilities and environmentally safe disposal and how to test the composition of waste materials. You’ll also provide advice and guidance to our customers on matters relating to disposal. Alongside these responsibilities, you’ll also have a range of other duties both inside the facility and in the yard. You can receive training for this skilled occupation in Hameln, Hannover, Magdeburg, Welfesholz or Westeregeln.
Training as an industrial mechanic
Are tightening screws, welding and drilling the sorts of things that fascinate you? Then training to be an industrial mechanic is the right choice for you. During an initial phase, you can also complete training as a specialist in metals technology in just two years! As an industrial mechanic, you’ll perform inspections, maintenance and servicing of various types of equipment. In addition, you’ll make the tools and work materials you need to complete these tasks. You can train for this interesting profession in Bernburg, Hannover or Petershagen.
Training as a motor vehicle mechatronics technician (focusing on commercial vehicles)
Do you have a burning desire to take on technical challenges and an eagerness to demonstrate your manual skills working on commercial vehicles? Then get started on your future at PreZero! You will perform maintenance and repairs on our vehicle fleet in our in-house workshops at our sites in Porta Westfalica and Spelle so that they are constantly ready for use. Among other things, you will inspect and repair vehicle systems as well as any add-ons and accessories and perform overhauls and outfit the vehicles with supplementary systems or special equipment.
Training as an electronics technician for industrial systems
Are you interested in technology and are you good with tools? Then come complete your training as an electronics technician for industrial systems at our site in Bernburg. As an electronics technician for industrial systems, your responsibilities will include performing inspections, maintenance and servicing of electrical and electronic components in power facilities.
Start-up and operation of electronic systems will also be part of your responsibilities.
Training as an industrial business management specialist
If you’re interested in business operations and want to learn about a range of operational areas, then apply to train as an industrial business management specialist! With us you’ll undergo training that includes the core areas of marketing & sales, replenishment, financial accounting, purchasing and human resources, and you’ll gain multiple insights into the activities of various departments. You can look forward to interesting assignments and a chance to perform small projects.
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