We believe training young professionals and managers is a major factor in sustainably addressing skills shortages and the challenges of demographic change.
That’s why high-quality, practice-oriented training is a main pillar of GC-heat’s personnel strategy. Our aim is to develop skills within our own company and retain young talents long-term by offering them attractive opportunities. In doing so we facilitate both sustainable organic growth and targeted knowledge transfer between the different generations in the company.
Trainees at GC-heat can expect to rotate through all the necessary departments of our company and gain comprehensive insights into the entire GC-heat world. On days when they attend vocational school, trainees are released from work so they can use the time to study. We also provide internal training courses on technical subjects and in cooperation with education experts.
Because we believe in the value of stays abroad for personal development, we have on various occasions sent our trainees out into the great wide world – in some cases even before they started their training.
This gives trainees the right framework for their future – self-determined, comprehensive and with the best support that we as an experienced company can offer. So it’s no coincidence that GC-heat has regularly won awards for its commitment to training from the Chamber of Industry and Commerce and the Federal Employment Agency in recent years.
Our aim with all our trainees is to train the experts of tomorrow within our own ranks and retain them as members of our staff once they have completed their training.
We are currently in the process of training 13 apprentices.
Filling such a wide range of different positions is a challenge we are proud to take on year after year. Each of these specialist occupations gives the apprentices exciting insights into the pulsing life of a commercial enterprise and offers distinct prospects for a successful professional career after the end of the training period.
Vacant apprenticeships for the year 2019:
Vacant apprenticeships for the training year 2020:
We are looking for the following to start training on 1 August 2020:
We are looking for independent, high-performing and motivated trainees who know how to think for themselves. To be successful in our selection process, you will need to demonstrate a combination of personality, authenticity, commitment, as well as technical and general knowledge.
Your application should give us an idea of your personality, your goals and your skills. We know that is asking quite a lot. You should therefore take your first step towards a good application long before you actually prepare your documents by thinking about your aspirations, goals, skills and strengths. Once you are clear on those aspects, the question is no longer what you should write in your application, but how you will write it. This requires satisfying a few formal criteria and conveying everything clearly and understandably.
Your application should consist of a cover letter, CV and references/certificates:
In your cover letter, you tell us why you chose this particular occupation, what your personal strengths are, what experience you can bring to the training programme and why you are the right person for an apprenticeship at GC-heat. If you have already taken some time to consider your aspirations, strengths and skills, it will no doubt be easier to avoid clichés when you compose your cover letter.
Your CV gives us a concise overview of the essential elements of your education and career so far.
Your references and certificates bring your key performance records together and provide insight into your educational background and any other relevant activities.
Ideally, you should prepare your application exclusively in PDF format and combine the above-mentioned elements into one appealing and error-free document.
In the first of several steps of our selection process, we focus on the quality of the application documents, the expected school-leaving qualification and marks, absences, extracurricular activities and any initial professional experience you may have gained. The next step is generally an aptitude test, which allows us to get a first impression of you. Depending on the occupation, this will be followed by one or two interviews and/or an assessment centre.
Once you have overcome these initial hurdles, your chances of being accepted to an apprenticeship at GC-heat are excellent.
We look forward to your application!