In November 2017, the City Councilor Rosenheim unanimously decided that Heinzinger electronic GmbH would receive the Martha Pfaffenberger Training Award. Managing Director Alfred Werndl, received the award as part of a festive event in the Kuko, presented by Lord Mayor Gabriele Bauer. The laudation was performed by MdL Klaus Stöttner.
This year, for the fifth time, the training award recognizes the commitment of companies and individuals who have made a special contribution to the vocational training of young people.
Heinzinger electronic has been developing, manufacturing and selling high-precision industrial power supply units since 1959, especially for very high performance, and with this core competence Heinzinger has made it among the top 10 manufacturers in the world.
Around 80 employees, including ten apprentices as electronic engineers for devices and systems or industrial clerks, are currently employed by Heinzinger. In order to provide sound training and further education as well as to deepen knowledge and application, in addition to in-company training, there are also cooperations with other companies and training centers in order to be able to impart even more detailed fundamentals to the trainees.
In addition to trainees, there are also interns, working students, dual students and undergraduate students in the house.
"We have a strong and long term connection to the region" explained managing director and company owner Alfred Werndl. "Taking over our trainees after passing through successfully is not an obligation but an absolute goal," continues Werndl.
Former trainees can be found at Heinzinger in almost all departments. Developments, e.g. as a technician, master or engineer, are expressly welcomed and supported financially and mentally.
About the Martha Pfaffenberger Training Award:
The training prize is awarded every two years to a maximum of two companies or personalities. The decision on the award is made by the city council on the proposal of the mayor and the responsible committee for economy and tourism.
The city's aim is to recognize companies and personalities who promote qualified junior staff for the region and provide young people with high-quality dual training with the best possible entry-level opportunities. Also with the fact that the initial training is a high financial cost for training companies.