Currently 83 trainees are going through training at TSR to become wholesale and foreign trade clerks as well as specialists for recycling and waste management. This figure corresponds to a trainee contingent of around seven percent, placing TSR above the national average and providing the enterprise a source for junior staff members.
Here at TSR we place great value on developing and promoting our future staff members ourselves. Hence, we offer you job training that prepares you in the best way possible to meet future demands:
Experience at your side
From the very start, you will be attended to by a so-called trainee supervisor (trainer), who you can turn to with any concerns you have surrounding your job training, such as the operative training program, vocational school or personal issues. At the technical end, in each department you pass through during your training you will be appointed someone to help you learn the ropes and to assign you tasks.
Roll up your sleeves – and get down to work!
All trainees – regardless of whether commercial or technical in nature – will be assigned to the scrap yard during the first few months in order to learn the day-to-day business from the bottom up. That’s where, among other things, you will deal with the delivery, sorting, storage, and processing of steel scrap and non-ferrous metals, and acquire the knowledge about materials you’ll need for day-to-day business. This way you’ll become acquainted little by little with the typical operational procedures at TSR.
Exchange of information
At the annual “Job Training Day” during your first year of training we offer you the opportunity to meet trainees like you from other regions in order to broaden your network. Since it’s important to us for you to be able to work well together with other colleagues, you may demonstrate that ability in a teamwork session. If you’d like to find out more about the Job Training Day, click here to read the latest article from our company magazine.
Needless to say, each time you pass through a department, you’ll receive feedback from us about your level of learning and performance and concerning your conduct. That way, you’ll have the opportunity to increase your knowledge and strengthen your abilities, plus you’ll get to know your own strong points better.
Why not go ahead and show what you’re capable of?!
In order for us to be able to offer you job training in step with practical experience, you’ll take on project tasks from time to time so that you can learn self-organisation skills and how to work independently. This allows you to contribute your own ideas and take on responsibility at an early stage. If you happen to have journalistic abilities on top of that, feel free to participate in the editing of our trainee magazine “TSR Junior Times.” We’re always on the lookout for young writers from other branches/regions to provide exciting articles for other trainees.
We conducted an interview with a trainee – take a look!
And now we’re just looking forward to receiving your application!