Talent Pro­mo­tion

PHOTONICS NEEDS CURIOSITY

With the »Opto­Net Kita-Kof­fer« we inspire the new genera­tion of employees for phe­no­mena around light. It is equip­ped with opti­cal expe­ri­ments sui­ta­ble for child­ren and takes us on a jour­ney to young rese­ar­chers in kin­der­gar­tens in the region. Com­pactly packed, it is also avail­able for you to bor­row.

 

PHOTONICS NEEDS CLASS

How do you manage suc­cess­ful and future-ori­en­ted coope­ra­ti­ons with schools? With »Extra­Klasse«, Opto­Net sup­ports you in the estab­lish­ment of school coope­ra­ti­ons with a tailo­red pro­gram of tech­no­logy focu­sed work­shops, eti­quette trai­ning and the essen­tial pinch of fun and enthu­si­asm.

Pho­to­nics needs talent

With our MASTER+ talent pro­gram, we serve you the brigh­test minds of Thu­rin­gian uni­ver­si­ties on a sil­ver plat­ter. In close coope­ra­tion with our indus­try part­ners, we pave the way for selec­ted stu­dents to enter the pho­to­nics indus­try and pre­pare them for a career in your com­pany with a cus­to­mi­zed pro­gram of excur­si­ons, trai­ning cour­ses and tech­ni­cal work­shops.

Pro­gram Modu­les

  • Com­pany excur­si­ons
  • Team and career trai­nings
  • work on pro­jects
  • Pla­ce­ment of stu­dent employees
  • Repre­sen­ta­tion at trade fairs
  • Career advice

Pho­to­nics needs ori­en­ta­tion

The majo­rity of employees in the Opto­Net clus­ter are highly qua­li­fied skil­led workers. The trai­ning quota is only 5%. For the com­ing years, many com­pa­nies are expec­ting fur­ther per­son­nel growth and a necessary incre­ase in their trai­ning acti­vi­ties. Here you will find sug­ges­ti­ons on how to get clo­ser to this goal.

Here you will find inspi­ra­tion to focus your mar­ke­ting acti­vi­ties on a young tar­get group and bring a breath of fresh air into your recrui­t­ing.

Get in touch with genera­tion Z

RKW’s work­book con­tains four gui­de­li­nes on the sub­ject of trai­nee mar­ke­ting – with a spe­cial focus on small com­pa­nies. Empha­sis is pla­ced on the ques­ti­ons of what makes an attrac­tive trai­ning com­pany and what a tar­ge­ted approach to app­li­cants looks like – espe­cially with regard to Genera­tion Z.

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Your com­pany through the eyes of your tar­get group

The IHK Erfurt Same here pro­ject lets young people tell sto­ries and blogs about your com­pany via Insta­gram and shows in an action-packed way which trai­ning occup­a­ti­ons you offer.

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Net­flix for com­pa­nies

Young people want to know who they are dealing with: what makes an employer, what a typi­cal daily rou­tine looks like and who the employees behind the com­pany name are. Wat­chado offers an enter­tai­ning way to pre­sent your com­pany briefly, cris­ply and authen­ti­cally through employee videos.

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Here you will find check­lists and hel­pful links for plan­ning and orga­ni­sing your trai­ning acti­vi­ties.

First Steps

You have not yet trai­ned and need a time­ta­ble for con­tent and time plan­ning? Then use the clearly arran­ged check­lists:

Trai­ning Plan­ning

Trai­ning recom­men­da­ti­ons

Qua­li­täty Check: Stan­dards und Struc­tures

Are you still on the right track with your trai­ning orga­ni­sa­tion? The Federal Minis­try of Voca­tio­nal Edu­ca­tion and Trai­ning has publis­hed a guide with hel­pful fur­ther links to keep the qua­lity of trai­ning at a high level, espe­cially in SMEs.

Trai­ning Gui­de­li­nes

Deve­lo­ping Poten­tial

Would you like to offer a young per­son who does not opti­mally ful­fil the for­mal requi­re­ments a start in working life? The solu­tion: a com­pany-based intro­duc­tory qua­li­fi­ca­tion (EQ)

fur­ther infor­ma­tion

Do you want to incre­ase the num­ber of app­li­cants who respond to your adver­ti­sed vacan­cies? Here you will find hel­pful tips on how to suc­cess­fully search for junior staff.

Visit Career fairs

Get in con­tact with the tar­get group and visit one of the nume­rous career and trai­ning fairs in Thu­rin­gia. Perhaps you’ll even take one of your trai­nees with you on your trip as a brand ambassa­dor?

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JUPITER: Plat­form for Internships

Regis­ter on the JUPITER plat­form and let stu­dents find you. Internships or holi­day jobs are the ideal way to attract the tar­get group and to find out about the talents and abi­li­ties of poten­tial trai­nees.

JUPITER helps to estab­lish con­ta­cts and offers dif­fe­rent ways to bring stu­dents into your com­pany. In addi­tion, you will find an over­view of internship peri­ods at schools and school events that you can use to pre­sent your com­pany.

JUPITER Web­site

Train the Trai­nee

Let the next genera­tion speak for you and train your trai­nees as brand ambassa­dors for your com­pany. The IHK offers free cour­ses that pre­pare your young spe­cia­lists to repre­sent their com­pany in a way that is appro­priate for the tar­get group.

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Find Trai­nees nati­on­wide

In order to expand your audi­ence, SMEs should also expand your search hori­zon and con­si­der recrui­t­ing trai­nees out­side your region.

Web­links

Your ideal trade fair com­pa­n­ion: in the »Mis­sion Light« brochure, which was pro­du­ced in coope­ra­tion with jena­wirt­schaft, a young audi­ence will find an over­view of the diverse pro­fes­si­ons in pho­to­nics using the example of »real« trai­nees from the region.

»Mis­sion Light« brochure