Overview of the year
Great Place to Work
We celebrate our apprentices! They’ve completed their training with top marks. Repower is honoured with the Great Start certificate for its work with apprentices.
Calling talented young people: Repower introduces itself to young people at the Fiutscher careers fair.
With an overall score of 5.7, Silvio Lardi got the best marks of any graduating automation technician apprentice in the whole of Canton Graubünden. There were also distinctions for grid electrician Riccardo Crameri (5.6), grid electrician Andreas Hellrigl (5,6) and polymechanic Luzi Tüfer (5.5). This performance earned praise from the highest quarters: “I’m very impressed by these results. I’d like to congratulate all the apprentices and wish them all the very best for the future,” says CEO Roland Leuenberger.
Training is something that’s very close to Repower’s heart. In September the company was awarded the Great Start certificate in recognition of its work with apprentices. This is the third time in a row that Repower has received this important accolade from the Great Place to Work institute.
Rahel Candrian, Head of Vocational Training: “We’d like to thank all our trainees for their trust, their engagement and the breath of fresh air they bring to our company. And we’d also like to thank our trainers for their professionalism and endurance, even in difficult times.”
“I’d like to congratulate all the apprentices and wish them all the very best for the future.”
Roland Leuenberger, CEO
To ensure that we continue to have the opportunity to offer young talent a successful start to their career, this November Repower again had a booth at the Fiutscher careers fair, presenting the trades of draughtsperson, polymechanic, automation technician, commercial employee and logistics specialist.
Head of Vocational Training