News - Published on 01 June 2023

KARL HUGO arouses vocations from an early age

Developing relationships between schools and companies enables young people to become aware of exciting technical professions. Since being founded in 1970, KARL HUGO has trained 70 apprentices. Technical professions and branches are often over-looked, yet these skills are highly prized on the job market,” explains Bernd Hugo - Financial and HR Director. In an attempt to counter the shortage of skilled labour, and to inspire future vocations, KARL HUGO regularly welcomes students from primary, secondary and higher education schools. No matter how old the students are, the aim is to create and develop an interest, to arouse their curiosity for unfamiliar professions and to support them in their choice of orientation. KARL HUGO continues to expand and recruits young apprentices every year. “From 1st July 2023, we will be recruiting a machining apprentice and a welding apprentice.” Learn more?