Training at Lumberg

From the Last Day of School to a great First Day on the Job

You’ve probably heard from others how confusing everything seems when you finish high school. What job should I do? Can anyone offer me proper training? What about real on-the-job experience? Where can I get the sort of training that will help me in the long term? Something I can build on later? Well, there may be lots of unanswered questions at the moment, but one thing’s for sure: it all boils down to your first step – choosing the right training. Perhaps a solid apprenticeship with a company that knows how to train people.

Vocational training at Lumberg forms a perfect starting point and solid basis for your professional career. With two sites in Germany, in Schalksmühle in the Sauerland region and Cloppenburg in Lower Saxony to be precise, we offer precisely eight vocational training programs that endow you with solid, practice-oriented professional skills.

Before you even start a classic apprenticeship, Lumberg gives you the opportunity to take a sneak peek: An internship at the company is an early pointer for making the right choice when it comes to your training.

And even for co-training and part-time qualifications, known as Dual Studies program, we offer possibilities, for legal reasons in North Rhine Westphalia only. During a course of at least seven semesters at the University of Applied Sciences taken in parallel with your vocational training and job, you can obtain a Bachelor’s degree. Certain job profiles in Lower Saxony require attending a vocational college prior to one’s training, which then replaces the first official year of training.