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Metal working
Skills that will take them a step further in their vocational life – that's what the budding metalworkers learn with the new ring bending machine from Kremsmueller.

High-tech for apprenticeship workshop

Kremsmueller fosters the practically oriented training of disadvantaged youth.

The Berufsausbildungszentrum (BAZ – vocational training centre) St. Gilgen promotes and challenges young adolescents, who are disadvantaged physically, mentally, psychically or socially. The basic or partial apprenticeship can be completed in one or seven technical fields. The young people from the workshop are totally hooked on to working with metal. What they missed was a ring bending machine. Till then, what they learnt about the bending and forming of metals was purely theoretical.
 
Thanks to the initiative Kremsmüller 4 Life, the young folks are at last able to put this theoretical knowledge into practice. The ring bending machine from Kremsmueller has been in daily use for a few months now. The budding metalworkers soon mastered the new machine and were motivated into starting an interesting new project: There was enough at the BAZ location that needed to be repaired or mended. And very soon, the young metal professionals will also be able to apply their knowledge professionally.
 
To lead a self-determined life – That’s what the young persons learn in the BAZ St. Gilgen. The three-year apprenticeship provides the best opportunities for vocational integration. Morever, social skills are also promoted in a hostel or a shared flat of the BAZ and the adolescents are supported in achieving  their personal maturity. This simultaneously provides protection from poverty, isolation, violence, waywardness and being over-challenged in our society.
 
Would you like to know more about Kremsmueller 4 Life? Click on the right on Contact and you can directly get  in touch with those responsible for the project.
 
You can read about all the projects of the program at  www.kremsmueller.at/life