BMW Group Plant Debrecen Launches 3-year Vocational Program
BMW Group Plant Debrecen (225 km east of Budapest) will launch a three-year dual vocational training program in September, plant officials announced this week.
Some 100 tenth-grade students from local technical schools have been selected to participate in the program.
Botond Barabás, the factory's training head, said the selection process was no easy task, as the pool of qualified applicants was far bigger at the three schools.
The 100 will start their training in four areas (vehicle mechatronics, mechatronics, electronics, and IT systems and applications operation) in September and will be offered positions at the automaker's plant in Debrecen when they finish in three years, Barabás added.
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