“Some of the best experiences at STOBER are the moments when trainees thank us sincerely for the time we spent together. At our company, you have the opportunity to learn from the ground up. You’re not just prepped with a few skills for the exam.”
– Hartmut Peichl, Training Workshop Supervisor
Benjamin Hagmaier on his training at STOBER
What apprenticeship are you doing at STOBER?
An apprenticeship as an industrial mechanic.
Why did you decide on this training program/profession?
Because I enjoy working on metal and also taking on complex tasks.
Because STOBER is a globally active and future-oriented company with a wide range of products.
What does your weekly and daily routine look like?
Once or twice I attend school to learn theoretical skills. On the other days, I improve my practical skills in the company.
What tasks and activities are part of your training?
My tasks include the manufacturing of different parts and components as well as the passing of various internal departments to acquire product-specific knowledge.
What do you enjoy about your training and your job?
I think it’s great that I always have new tasks and challenges.
What qualities and skills do you think a person should bring to the job?
Technical understanding, the ability to work in a team and perseverance.
What personal tips do you have for students?
Bring interest and enjoy working in a team. Skilled craftsmanship is an advantage.
What was your best experience at STOBER?
The group excursions with all trainees.
What does the training at STOBER mean to you?
The good team spirit of the trainees and the very good working atmosphere at STOBER.