In addition to joint projects we offer the following and more to help you acquire new skills:
Numerous events per year allow for a familiar atmosphere between our more than 60 apprentices and dual students. The apprentices and dual students get to know each other in the first week and are introduced to our company by former apprentices and students. There are also other opportunities to work together. This allows strong employees to build strong networks that have a range of benefits, e.g. help from experienced apprentices and students. This network tends to remain in place long after apprenticeships or studies have ended.
Apprentices and dual students have the opportunity to get involved with various projects. The project team meets around twice a week and everyone presents their results to the group. New tasks are discussed and assigned at these meetings.
What makes project work interesting:
HHLA offers all employees a variety of seminars to help them develop individual skills. The seminars cover different topics with the aim of improving individual, social, professional and organisational skills. Participation is voluntary and free. Seminars are organised by experts and are usually held at our own technical college.
Our apprentices and dual students usually have at least one opportunity during their training to spend a period abroad. No matter what form this time abroad takes, the focus is always on getting to know how people work and how other companies are structured. This is a great opportunity for personal development and problem-solving in another language.
As an international company, knowing how to interact with other cultures is very important to HHLA. Understanding the business and working methods in other countries, particularly for those in specialist and managerial positions, is vital.
We offer dual study course students the opportunity to spend a semester abroad at an international partner universities. Participating partner universities and programmes can be found on the homepages of our cooperating colleges. These colleges' international offices provide support for dual study course students including with preparation for their semester abroad.