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Is technology a girls‘ thing? Of course! Girls‘ Day at SKIDATA

Students can learn about the company and get insights into the trade

Is technology a girls

Girls‘ Day at SKIDATA

As part of the EuRegio Girls‘ Day, many companies in the Salzburg-Berchtesgadener Land-Traunstein area give female students the opportunity to experience a day in a job not typically associated with women. Many young women are still reluctant to take on training in technical, mechanical or scientific fields. The intention of Girls‘ Day is to pique their interest in these professions and encourage young women not to restrict their career planning because of prejudices. SKIDATA will have a total of 10 spots for young women.

First-hand experience: SKIDATA apprentices and employees tell about their training and careers

Young women who visit SKIDATA on Girls‘ Day will learn not only about the company and its products, but will also get to know young people who are completing an apprenticeship or training in a technical field. They will get a special look at various technical departments at SKIDATA: IT, quality assurance and test equipment production. Trainees will present their apprenticeships and experienced staff will give participants insight into different career opportunities and answer their questions.

At SKIDATA there are a total of seven skilled trades to choose from:

-Electronics technician – applied electronics
-Media specialist – media design
-Mechatronic technician
-Information technologies – technician
-Information technologies – computer specialist
-Office administrator
-Operating logistics clerk

Find all the information you need about apprenticeships at SKIDATA here: http://www.skidata.com/en/career/career-via-apprenticeship.html

Tip: SKIDATA currently has four open apprenticeship positions

An apprenticeship to become an information technologies computer specialist is perfect for anyone interested in IT and HTML. If you like to work with your hands and appreciate variety in your work, perhaps you“d be interested in an apprenticeship as a mechatronic technician. Mechatronic trainees plan both mechanical and electronic test equipment. SKIDATA also has another exciting apprenticeship position in electronics. „As an electronics apprentice you should have abstract thinking skills, the ability to concentrate and ingenuity. What makes this apprenticeship so interesting is working with the most modern and innovative electronics,“ explains Wolfgang, Team Leader in Test Equipment Production. Anyone who is articulate and is interested in technology will feel right at home during training in media design. „I can say one thing for all of our skilled trades – they have a future,“ concludes Wolfgang.

SKIDATA is an international leader in the field of access solutions and their management. Almost 10,000 SKIDATA installations worldwide in ski resorts, shopping centers, major airports, municipalities, sports stadiums, trade shows, and amusement parks provide secure and reliable access and entry control for people and vehicles. SKIDATA places great value in providing solutions that are intuitive, easy to use, and secure. The integrated concepts of SKIDATA solutions help clients optimize performance and maximize profits. SKIDATA Group (www.skidata.com) belongs to the publicly traded Swiss Kudelski Group (www.nagra.com), a leading provider of digital security solutions.

Mag. Belkis Etz
Untersbergstraße 40
5083 Grödig/Salzburg
+43 6246 888-0

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