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ÖBB apprentices developed a winning app: A self-programmed application to exchange car repairs impressed the expert jury

ÖBB apprentices developed a winning app: A self-programmed application to exchange car repairs impressed the expert jury
photo: Josef Bollwein/ÖBB/ÖBB apprentices developed a winning app: A self-programmed application to exchange car repairs impressed the expert jury
24 / 06 / 2022

Twice within a short period, ÖBB apprentices were able to achieve first place in competitions organized by the Chamber of Commerce. At this year's Lower Austrian Apprentice Hackathon of the Lower Austrian Chamber of Commerce, digital know-how and programming skills were, once again, in demand. Apps created by apprentices themselves were submitted and evaluated by a jury. The best of these were awarded prizes. ÖBB was at the start with two teams from the St. Pölten apprenticeship workshop and managed to convince them twice.

Repair exchange and learning apps

The respective apps were submitted in three different categories. In the "Professionals" category, the ÖBB apprentices were able to claim the first two places.

Thomas Mayer and Maximilian Tragl were able to completely convince the jury with their app for a repair exchange of defective machines and devices and took first place.

The second team with Raffael Riedl and Lukas Mattes programmed a digital learning and information platform for ÖBB apprentices and applicants and took second place.

The presentation of both apps is available here via video.

Viennese ÖBB apprentices are also successful

ÖBB was also successful in the apprentice competition of the Vienna Chamber of Commerce: Walid Sultani from the apprentice workshop in Vienna is the new state winner in the metal category, and Selina Witasek came in third. Both had to make stamping tools during the competition. They were presented to a jury.

"We are proud of our apprentices who participated enthusiastically in these competitions. The placements achieved are great and underline the excellent work done every day in our apprenticeship workshops," said Silvia Angelo, Member of the Management Board of ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG.

Apply now for an apprenticeship at ÖBB

Those still looking for a top apprenticeship themselves and who would like to participate in such competitions in the future still have the opportunity to apply for an apprenticeship. ÖBB is planning to take on around 600 new apprentices again in September 2022. The application phase is already entering its final stage, and only a few places are available. So if you're interested or know someone who is: go straight to the nasicher.at the website and send off your application!

 

Source: ÖBB Press Releases

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