BMW to launch dual training in Debrecen

BMW to Launch Dual Training in Debrecen

The goal is to prepare trainees for their professional career

July 22, 2019

The Bavarian premium brand has signed a cooperation agreement with two Debrecen vocational schools.

BMW Group is launching a dual vocational training program at the BMW plant in Debrecen, northeastern Hungary from September 2021, based on a model that has already proved successful in Germany . The Bavarian company and the Debrecen Vocational Training Center, which is launching a dual vocational training concept developed for the German model in Hungary, signed the cooperation agreement on July 18, 2019. The five-year program ensures – in an innovative educational environment and flexible structure, and by applying quality standards – that trainees are fully prepared to enter the job market as qualified professionals. Admissions are slated for fall 2019 and the two-year theoretical training, hosted by various educational institutions, will be followed by three years of practical training at the BMW Group.

“Regarding the training and development system of our future employees, we believe in the symbiosis of theoretical and practical education. I am particularly pleased that we have the opportunity to launch dual vocational training in our new factory in Hungary, with which we can build a number of young careers,” said Michele Melchiorre, director of the BMW plant in Debrecen. The BMW Group operates professional internship program in four areas in Hungary, including electrical engineering and automation design, mechatronics, automotive mechatronics, and system integration information technology.

BMW will cooperate with the partner institutions in developing a detailed curriculum and syllabus for the dual vocational training courses in Debrecen.


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