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All-time-High for MFL Apprentices

September 20, 2018

September 10 was the first day for 14 boys and 6 girls in the MFL apprenticeship workshop. With these 20 new ones, almost 60 apprentices are being trained at MFL. This means an all-time high of apprentices since the company Maschinenfabrik Liezen und Gießerei was founded in 1994.


Not just any training but an apprenticeship at MFL
Maschinenfabrik Liezen und Gießerei Ges.m.b.H. (MFL) is not just some employer. This enterprise ranks among the big players in the region and is one of the most important and most versatile mechanical engineering companies in Austria.
All over the world, the name MFL stands for high-quality products. Major customers such as Siemens and Bombardier rely on the expertise and know-how from Liezen.


MFL offers job security
As an owner-operated company it is particularly important for the management to ensure long-term global competitiveness and to offer safe jobs. One of the major preconditions to obtain this objective are well-trained employees who love their job and enjoy working in a team. That’s the reason why the apprentice training plays such a big role.


Personal strengths are promoted
Some 60 apprentices are currently being trained in the in-house MFL apprenticeship workshop managed by Mr Herbert Köberl-Obermeyr, a Qualified Apprentice Trainer. Girls and boys are warmly accepted, accompanied and supported throughout their complete training to ensure that all young people have the chance to find their personal strengths and use them optimally during their professional training.


MFL training package
In addition to a broad range of apprenticeships occupations, interested young people can choose among a great variety of career possibilities. Educational training options are e.g. apprenticeship plus high school graduation, work master school (Werksmeisterschule), secondary technical school (HTL), or becoming an industrial technician. Additionally, MFL apprentices benefit from various courses, informational lectures and practical trainings abroad, as well as from offers for fitness and healthy food.

 



Career start for 20 young people at MFL

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Press Contact

Christine Stephan-Maunz
Head of Communications Management

Maschinenfabrik Liezen
und Gießerei Ges.m.b.H.
Werkstraße 5
8940 Liezen, Austria

+43 3612 270-1507
c.stephan-maunz@mfl.at

General Press Contact

Christoph Sammer

+43 664/233 09 08
christoph.sammer@salue.at

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