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Page Overview: Apprenticeship

Apprenticeship

THE HUMAN SUCCESS FACTOR: APPRENTICE TODAY, EXPERT TOMORROW.

Each year, more than 260 apprentices begin their vocational training at BMW Group Plant Dingolfing. In total, the plant is currently training about 800 young people in 14 different professions, such as paint-shop specialist, industrial mechanic and materials inspector.

Since its foundation, about 10,000 young people have completed an apprenticeship at BMW Group Plant Dingolfing.

Innovative training concepts, such as the dual apprenticeship program with a college entry qualification (DBFH), complement the offering. In a three-year program, the site trains electronics technicians, industrial mechanics and automotive mechatronics specialists. BMW’s ‘Speed up’ program gives graduates the opportunity to follow up on their DBFH program with studies at a partner college.