Training & Careers
Industrial in-works training or courses
Welcome to our offers for pupils, teachers, students and those starting their careers! Here you will find interesting information on the material steel, its production and its uses.
We have useful information for pupils on
- trainingin the steel industry,
- the works that offer trainingin this sector,
- the most common careerstrained for,
- the annual range of in-workstraining places available.
Students who are starting their studies will find useful tips on studying metallurgy and material technology, how the VDEh supportssuch studies, how to start your career, and career opportunities in the steel industry.
No other material enriches life as much as steel. It increases the quality of everyday life; ensures a continued supply of energy, warmth and light; simplifies travel; provides security for our lives; and is exemplary in environmental protection.... more
Steel worlds of work
The steel industry is a high-tech sector. Working here means being permanently confronted with state-of-the-art technology and meeting constantly changing demands. A new generation of professionals are desperately sought in steel production and processing. Find out more about your career opportunities.... more
Study the future - the path to steel
Studying metallurgy and material technology at a technical college or university provides the necessary framework for fully exploiting the excellent career opportunities in the steel industry.... more
Careers at the Stahl-Zentrum
Working at the Stahl-Zentrum means providing services for the companies of the steel industry in Germany. We offer a wide-ranging diversity of areas of activity in research, joint technical and scientific work, representing the steel industry’s economic and political interests, and in the marketing of steel. Experts in a variety of specialist areas handle these tasks in multi-speciality teams. You will find current vacancies here
Personnel in the steel industry and in related branches must keep their knowledge up-to-date. For this purpose the Institute for Education (IFB) offers a range of further education events every year. The seminars and contact studies, supplementary courses on steel, and research studies for management are oriented towards meeting the quality criteria of the Wuppertaler Kreises e.V....more
Companies and schools shape the future
Improved interaction between schools and business is of central importance for the future of Germany as a steel-producing location. The Steel Industry/School Co-operation Network (Kooperationsnetz Stahlindustrie – Schule) would like to assist schools to change their attitudes fundamentally and permanently. Companies “adopt” a nearby school and assist it in better orienting its syllabus towards business topics and the later career world of the pupils.
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