23 September 2021

Hawle Apprentices On Tour!

Gruppenfoto - Therme Erding
Industrial Clerks (Vanessa Putz, Simona Haas, Lisa Ebetsberger)
Group photo in front of the Allianz Arena
Apprentices with their trainer Manfred Strobl

Fun & action at the apprentice excursion!

This year it was finally time again! After a one year's break, the annual apprentice excursion took place again.

The highlight of the year for our apprentices is without a doubt the apprentice excursion. While last year's trip was cancelled due to Corona, this year the apprentices were able to enjoy a two-day trip! 22 apprentices and their trainers took a trip to the city of Munich and the Therme Erding.

The excursion started on September 6th by bus in the direction of Erding. After lunch at the restaurant "Zeitlos" , the apprentices visited the thermal bath Erding. Wellness and relaxation, but also fun and games on the water slides didn't come up short.

On the second day, a guided tour through the Allianz Arena and the FC Bayern Museum was planned. In the footsteps of the famous footballplayers Müller, Neuer, Lewandowski & Co, our apprentices took a look behind the scenes. The crowning finale was the lunch at the Hofbräuhaus in Munich. The apprentices rounded off the day with a sightseeing tour through the city of Munich.

The apprentice excursion is an important activity for us to promote cohesion among the apprentices. In addition to the excursion, there are numerous other benefits: free public transport tickets, apprenticeship with matriculation or bonuses for school success. This and much more await apprentices during their training at Hawle.

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