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He launches dual training with Vitesco Technologies – Brassai and Debrecen – video
Author: Péter Bulik [email protected]
Posted: Apr 7, 2022 16:00 | Updated: 7/4/2022 16:35
Debrecen – The industrial company would like to supply a skilled workforce with educational cooperation. The dual mechatronics technician training starting in September and the career opportunities offered by Vitesco were presented at a career orientation day in Brassai.
Vitesco Technologies Hungary Kft. Currently employs almost 450 people at the Debrecen plant, which is about to expand. This will require more and more skilled workers, so the new German company, which manufactures parts for electric and hybrid cars, has raised its cooperation with the Vocational Training Center in Debrecen.
– As early as 2019, we signed a strategic agreement with the DSZC to identify the four schools that only want to work together, and now it is a very gratifying opportunity to officially launch the first dual Vitesco from September 2022 onwards. our department in the field of mechatronics technicians – said Réka Makray, HR Director of Vitesco Technologies Hungary Kft.
The 30-person class will start at the Sámuel Technical School in Brassai DSZC next school year. In connection with this, the career orientation offered by Vitesco and the new dual training providing diverse expertise were presented at the institution on a career orientation day.
“In fact, if we look around, the operation of the devices and machines that determine our lives is determined by informatics, electronics and mechanical engineering – and the mechatronics technician is a combination of these disciplines,” explained Erzsébet Demeterné, director of the Sámuel Technical School in Brassai.
Sándor Szilágyi, Director General of the Debrecen Vocational Training Center, emphasized:
in today’s technological environment, the training of professionals with the right knowledge can only be successful in close cooperation with companies. This is what the DSZC in Debrecen strives for, and the various dual trainings serve this common goal.
“The best and most economical way to benefit the workforce is for the student to become familiar with the state-of-the-art technology of the company,” said the CEO.
The CEO is confident that more and more companies will join the career guidance program series and the dual training system, because the entire Debrecen economy can benefit from these.