Nowadays, good, well-founded job training is more important than ever. Parents, teachers, but also the companies which train the young people, bear a large responsibility. PERI takes this task very serious, because the apprentices of today are the employee of the future.
PERI offers young people future-oriented job training. We enlarge our training program on a regular basis depending on the job qualifications needed. The overview of our apprenticeships and “dual study programs” are always up to date.
Every year we offer trial apprenticeships to give pupils a concrete insight in the different types of professions for one week. This helps pupils to early orientate themselves; they get to know the desired profession or study program and get an idea of what the job training will look like.
Choosing a profession after school is an essential step in one’s life as it is setting the course for this person’s future. In order to simplify taking the right decision, we inform pupils and their parents and teachers about our offers: Therefore we regularly take part in career days or educational fairs. Here, we answer all questions regarding the different types of jobs at PERI and we describe the development opportunities of young people in our company.
Every year, we organize plant visits of school classes to our headquarters in Weissenhorn. During a plant visit, the pupils not only have the chance to get to know PERI and its products, but also our apprenticeship and dual study programs as well as further development possibilities.
We come to your school and give information about our different programs.
There are technical or commercial school projects which we support with our experience. Through this, pupils gain practical knowledge and get to know PERI as employer.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you are interested!
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The job market offers actual job opportunities. Start your career at PERI.
As a member of the "Fair Company" initiative, we offer internships primarily to vocational guidance during the training period, trainees pay an adequate salary and do not replace full-time positions with interns.