Apprenticeships at Mobility.
Here at our headquarters in Lucerne, you will be spending your three years of training in six different parts of the company. The people training you in the various areas are professionals, and they will be actively involved in organising your training programme.
One of the advantages of our medium-sized, clearly structured company is that we can guide and support you individually in accordance with your needs. We will focus on encouraging and increasing your independence, initiative and sense of responsibility. For example, we let our apprentices organise the annual Christmas event and other projects.
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Pascal, 2nd year of training: "Every day feels like new"
I joined Mobility’s shorter two-year training course just under a month ago. People in the Marketing & Communications department, the one I joined to start with, made me feel very welcome. There’s a nice, friendly atmosphere with plenty of humour, and we’re all on first-name terms. It’s almost like being part of a large family.
The training involves moving departments every six months. It means I get to know the various things that the Mobility Cooperative does. A major advantage of this changing of departments is that you experience plenty of variety and familiarise yourself with the specifications relating to the various areas. Because of all the different tasks we’re asked to do, every day feels exciting and like new. There’s no such thing as a boring day.
I can’t wait to see what’s ahead – I feel really motivated!
Sabrina, 3rd year of training: "Ready for the final dash at Mobility"
I started Mobility’s shorter traineeship more than six months ago. I’ve already learnt a lot in that time, from how to be independent to how to organise my time.
From the word go, everyone was incredibly friendly and open, which means you really look forward to going to work every day. The variety of the tasks also helps keep me motivated: I’m always learning something new – things that I can use in my day-to-day work.
It’s great that Mobility has offices all around Switzerland. It means I often have to correspond in French as well as English, which keeps me on my toes.
I only have a few months to go before my qualification process. I’m getting plenty of support from Mobility, for instance for the final operational exam; that’s because what I learn from the various activities is essential for this particular exam.
I’m already looking forward to a further year of learning – I thoroughly recommend a traineeship at Mobility.