Vocational training at Hansgrohe.

Joining us as a pupil

A tailor-made start to your career: a training programme or cooperative study course at Hansgrohe

Selecting a suitable profession and the right training company is simple enough. Opt for Hansgrohe, one of the leading suppliers in the sanitation industry. On the following pages you will find useful information that will help you make decisions about your career – and will ensure that you are going in the right direction.

Vacancies for vocational training.

After school, would you like to take part in a commercial or technical training programme? Are you currently looking for a company that offers the profession you are interested in? Hansgrohe would like to be your partner in this venture. 

Cooperative study opportunities.

Is your motto “two is better than one”, and would you like to go on a cooperative studies programme? Good choice. Check out Hansgrohe's courses and find out what to expect from a winning combination of theory and practice.

Pupil placement opportunities.

Are you dedicated, and would you like to try out a profession that you are interested in by taking part in a pupil placement? If so, you should apply for a pupil placement at Hansgrohe.

Pupil with Hansgrohe hand shower.

Others might enjoy lounging around, but you intend to be proactive and get in on the action at Hansgrohe during the summer holidays. It's definitely worth it – and not just financially.

Apprentices and pupils at Hansgrohe.

At Hansgrohe, young talent is in good hands. We are more than happy to explain why this is the case – with extensive information for parents and teachers.
Hansgrohe HR employee with a pupil at the career fair.
Nothing can replace personal interaction. Take a look at our “tour schedule”. There you can find out where to meet Hansgrohe face to face.

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