Apprentices

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Our younger generations are our future hopes for the betterment of our society. For many years, Schmidt has been actively supporting higher education by offering various training programs, scholarships and apprenticeships to students in collaboration with trade associations, local institutes and tertiary schools.

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Apprentice program for German students

Jointly developed by German Swiss International School (GSIS) Hong Kong and the German Chamber of Commerce & Industry, the apprenticeship in Hong Kong gives high school graduates an opportunity to gain practical experience of underpinning theory learned in the school during a two-year period. Upon completion, students will be awarded with an internationally recognized diploma in either foreign trade or logistics management.

Students of the Hong Kong apprentice program will spend one and a half days each week at the Business College of the GSIS, attending classes in business procedures, accounting as well as Chinese studies. The curriculum is jointly developed by GSIS and GIC together with the training companies after many years of experience.

Schmidt Electronics is proud of being one of the training companies to provide mentorship to young people and to introduce them to the Asian business life. During the program, the trainees will have opportunity to expose to a full scope of training in different sectors, different regions and different departments such as Human Resources, Finance & Account, and Sales & Marketing to Operation & Logistics, etc.

Our younger generations are our future hopes for the betterment of our society. For many years, Schmidt has been actively supporting higher education by offering various training programs, scholarships and apprenticeships to students in collaboration with trade associations, local institutes and tertiary schools.

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Schmidt-HKUST Apprentice Program

Schmidt and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) collaboratively organize an apprentice program for the students in the Dual Degree Program of Technology and Management. It aims to let students understand and explore new RFID applications in service industries in Hong Kong. Being part of their curriculum, students will go through a 3-month attachment for intensive RFID training that includes seminars, face-to-face tutorial, site visits and a final report. The students of the winning project will be given job opportunities in the company.