May 17, 2018
As part of a three-week study trip to London, KMP’s apprentice, Stefan Harböck is enrolled on the “Doing Business in an English-speaking Environment” course at the European College for Business and Management.
After completing the intensive English module, Harböck will have the necessary skills required to work in an international environment. Passing the apprenticeship’s final exam, he will also be awarded the Kaufmann/-frau International Certificate (KIC).
The German remanufacturer has commented that this is not the first time that KMP PrintTechnik AG and the vocational school in Pfarrkirchen have sent their apprentices abroad to join the EU-funded programme.
The course allows participants to enhance their language skills by holding presentations, attending business seminars, creating project reports and – last but not least – passing the final test.
KMP has expressed its happiness that Stefan Harböck has voluntarily taken on this additional training, saying, “He will hopefully gain important insights that he can put to use and share with his KMP colleagues. Stefan: Good luck with your courses and have fun in London!”
Last month, KMP had cause to congratulate another of its apprentices, Selina Spielmannleitner, for scooping the Lower Bavarian State Prize.
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