Dennis, an apprentice in “Automotive Bodymaker” has been doing an internship in Valencia with a grant from the Erasmus + programme.
He comes from Rhineland-Palatinate (Germany) and has been sent by the HWK Koblenz (Chamber of Crafts in Koblenz). Dennis works in the company Klagie Fahrzeugbau, where he carries out his dual vocational training. They produce all kind of trailers, and his boss wanted for him an internship that meant a continuity in his learning, therefore in Valencia he has been working in “Remolques Tudela”, a company in the same sector.
His colleagues in the firm have valued the responsibility of Dennis, to the point of inviting him to have lunch with them several times. He has also experienced a home-made-cooked paella, and the “bous al carrer” (bulls in the street), typical festivity in many villages of the Valencia Region.
Good luck in the final stage of your training!
At the end of September three German apprentices have come to Valencia: a “Wholesale and Foreign Trade” apprentice and two apprentices in “Food Technology Assistant”.
These young people have come through SBH International, Stiftung Bildung & Handwerk (Education & Craft Foundation) with a grant from Erasmus + programme.
Isabelle comes from Siegen and works (dual system) in Demco Baumaschinen Consulting GmbH, while Clemens and Sebastian learn at the Carl-Severing Berufskolleg (Vocational Training Center) in Bielefeld.
They have been four and three weeks respectively interning at the following companies: SGS TECNOS Valencia, a multinational and multibusiness firm; the local laboratory of Valencia; and Productos Velarte, that produces bread sticks.
Besides working, they have also had the opportunity to know the city of Valencia and its surroundings, beaches l’Oceanográfic (Aquarium), enjoy the paella…
They have met a lot of people, from Spain and abroad, and surely this experience will help them to improve their apprenticeship.
Working in the laboratory
Visiting the Colón Market
With some coworkers