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Talent Day Recap
7/1/2022 |News

This is What Apprenticeship Tastes Like!

In a nutshell:

  • Pupils inform themselves about training opportunities at the ROSEN Talent Day
  • In focus: exchange with apprentices and trainers
  • Insights into everyday working life during factory tours, workplace visits and trainee introduction sessions
  • HR team gives advice on applications and interviews

The ROSEN Group in Lingen (Ems) opened its doors to young talents from the region on Thursday, June 30. At the ROSEN Talent Day 2022, interested pupils learned about various apprenticeships and dual study programs at our company. They took the opportunity to talk to trainees as well as trainers and to take home valuable tips from the Human Resources (HR) department about application procedures.

Just taste it

"As we all know, tastes are different - and the same is true when it comes to choosing a career. What is a vocation for one person may be a mistake for another. With Talent Day, we pursue the goal of supporting young talents in this important step," explains Natalie Niemann, contact person for training and dual studies at the ROSEN Group. "The students have the chance here to gain real insights into a wide variety of professions and hear reports of experiences directly from real working life. The motto: Just try it and see what tastes good." 

Insights into practice 

The focus of the ROSEN Talent Day was on direct exchange. The students took the opportunity to ask the trainers and trainees at the 12 different booths numerous questions and to gain direct insights into practice. With the international working environment of the ROSEN Group, they were also shown that companies here in the region also offer extensive development opportunities.

English skills required?

During guided tours through the manufacturing areas, the young people got an impression of what their jobs might look like later on, for example, if they decide to train as cutting machine operators or to study electrical engineering in a dual degree program. Questions arose about our training workshop or the state-of-the-art machine park. "One question we always hear is, 'Do I necessarily need English here?'" says Niemann. "Not in every area," she clarifies, saying, "that, for example, English skills are not necessary for the metalworking professions."

Workplace tours

"I particularly enjoyed the tour through the manufacturing areas. Everything was explained in detail and I also considered the posters with all the details about the training very helpful," reports Justus, 14, who attends the Marienschule in Lingen. "I have a two-week internship coming up soon. I would definitely like to do that here. After that, I could well imagine starting an apprenticeship as a specialist for warehouse logistics or as a machine and plant operator."

In addition to manufacturing, the research and development area was featured on Thursday. The young people were able to take a look at the work areas and during the company presentations they received a lot of information about the ROSEN Group, its history, company culture, products and services as well as its characteristics as a training company.

Checklist for your application

There was also a big rush on the stands of the HR department. Here, the experienced recruiters and HR developers gave advice on applications and interviews throughout the event. They took a look at application documents that pupils had brought with them and gave them individual feedback.

You missed the Talent Day? For more information about training and dual studies at the ROSEN Group, visit

Pictures: © Schöning Fotodesign

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ROSEN Group hosts Talent Day trainee fair for future talents in the region.