For the first time since the outbreak of the Corona pandemic, the Schleswig-Holstein Chambers of Industry and Commerce honoured the state's best in their apprenticeship professions. Minister-President Daniel Günther also attended the event in Büdelsdorf's Aco-Thormann Hall.
The list of professions was long. The number of graduates was high: 8839!
Classics such as bank clerk, motor vehicle mechatronics technician or hotel manageress were found as well as rarer professions. These included, for example, the brewer in Flensburg, the confectionery technologist from the marzipan manufacturer Niederegger, the foundry mechanic for ship engines at Caterpillar or the shipping clerk specialising in tramp shipping from AHLMANN-ZERSSEN.
"You are among the skilled workers who are in high demand anyway," emphasised Minister-President Daniel Günther. The Minister-President also reminded the audience that the business location Schleswig-Holstein is getting more attention nationwide and encouraged the companies to further intensify the apprenticeship.
AHLMANN-ZERSSEN qualifies at least two young people every year at its main location Rendsburg - and would be happy to train another at its second largest location in Rostock.
Our apprenticeships are traditionally shipping clerks (for tramp shipping) and now, very recently, office management specialists.
We are particularly pleased about and with our successful and fledgling colleague Anne-Dörte Rohde, who was honoured as the best in the state, and who now reinforces our agency department in Rendsburg.