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Training start for 14 new apprentices

OZ (09/2017)


On 01.09.2017, 14 new trainees joined the Schiller Group in Osterhofen to start their career. Among the trainees are eleven technicians for industrial engineering and an industrial mechanic, a specialist in system integration and technical product designers.


We wish our new trainees a lot of fun and success in the upcoming tasks. The Schiller Group is currently training 41 young men and women in five apprenticeships.


Graduation Ceremony Technical School Passau

PNP (07/2017)


On Monday, the 17.07.2017, the graduation ceremony of the technical school Passau took place in a festive setting. Among the graduates were also four electrical engineers of the Schiller Group, all of which were honoured with honors: Benedikt Weichseldorfer (Master Prize, score cut 1.43), Martin Weigl (Master Prize, 1.37), Michael Meininger (among the best, 1.25) and Thomas Zacher (also among the best, 1.25).

We congratulate the freshly baked electrical engineers.


Anniversary 10 years of regional management Deggendorf

PNP (07/2017)


On Wednesday, July 12, 2017, an anniversary celebration took place at the cafeteria of the new Robert-Koch-Gymnasium in Deggendorf on the occasion of the ten-year anniversary of regional management. In addition to guest of honor home minister Dr. Markus Söder, numerous guests from the worlds of culture, administration and business appreared to appreciate the successful work of regional manager Herbert Altmann and his team. The Schiller Group sincerely congratulates on the tenth anniversary and thanks for the pleasant and trusting cooperation.



Second round of the SET Project at the elementary school Altenmarkt ended

PNP (07/2017)


The second round of the SET project (pupils discover technology) supported by the schiller group at the elementary school Altenmarkt graduated successfully in June 2017. On six afternoons, the fourth graders received partical insights into the world of electrical engineering. Particularly noteworthy is the commitment of our trainees to the electronics technician for operation technology, Daniel Högerl, Felix Hartl, Michael Springer, Marcel Müller and Andreas Kröninger, who gave the potential young electronic engineers specialzied training.


The gentlemen on the right site in the picture is not Timo Glatki, but rather Manfred Schneider, Head of Training at the Schiller Group.

With the "SchillAir" over the basilica

PNP (06/2017)


A celestial gift for the 40th birthday was given to Parson Emanuel Hartmann. Birgit Weikelstorfer, a long-time Schiller employee and a member of the parish council of Obergessenbach, has piloted a round-trip with company manager Ewald Schiller at the wheel of his Cessna on the occasion of the round birthday of the Altenmarkt pastor.

When the weather was fine, the route started from Vilshofen airfield over Altenmarkt, the bavarian forest, passau and then back to Vilshofen.







Working Evening at Mooser Pfingsfest

Schiller (06/2017)


On Friday, 02.06.2017 the employee of the Schiller Group spent a nice working evening at the Mooser Pfingstfest. With a good beer, tasty bread and good music, the working week ended. The very lively participation and the great atmosphere made the evening a complete success. The anticipation for the working evening 2018 is already huge!


Schiller Group establishes branch in Regen

PNP (03/2017)


The Schiller Group is continuing to expand its site expansion. A new branch in Regen will be added to the already existing branches in Grafenau and Dingolfing. By the beginning of April the office will be equipped with office furniture, IT infrastructure and company signs. The branch serves primarily to make the Schiller Group an even more attractive employer for existing and potential new employees.










JECC-Students visiting the Schiller Group

Schiller (03/2017)


At the beginning of 2016 the model projekt JECC (Young Electronics and Computer Club) was founded by the Landgraf-Leuchtenberg-Realschule and the Club Technik für Kinder e.V. From the very beginning, schiller supported the project with teh aim of providing young students with fun an pleasure in dealing with electrical engineering.

Manfred Schneider, currently responisble for 32 junior executives invited the JECC participants to a visit to Schiller on Wednesday, March 29, 2017. The five guys, who have already completed internships with Schiller, were impressed by the diversity of the tasks of an electronics engineer and the complex facilities that are manufactured in Osterhofen and used worldwide.


Picture left to right: David Hirschberger, Lukas Ebner, Johannes Maurer, Tobias Lerchenberger, Fabian Loibl, Ausbildungsleiter Manfred Schneider

Schiller trainees take part in "Youth Research"

PNP (02/2017)


Christoph Kirschner and Korbinian Hausler are in the middle of the training as an electronics engineer for operational engineering at the Schiller Group, but they also deal with the implementation of their own ideas in addition to professional training. Within the framework of the "Youth Research" student program, Christoph and Korbinian developed a self-sufficient "wireline-cutting machine" with the electro-wires in predetermined lengths with a lot of self-initiative and a lot of research staff.Trainee Manfred Schneider is proud of the performance of the two apprentices, who have developed all the solutions themselves. Christoph and Korbinian have also gained one of the most important findings for the production of automated systems from the research work: the devil is usually in the details.We wish Christoph and Korbinian that the efforts in spring will be honored with a prize. You would have earned it with your commitment.


Schiller Group supports SET-Project at elementary school in Altenmarkt

PNP (01/2017)


"SET - Students disover technology" is the project in which pupils of the fourth grade of the elementary school Altenmarkt have been introduced to the handling of technology. Five apprentices from the Schiller Group (Daniel Högerl, Felix Hartl, Michael Springer, Simon Gsimbsl and Andreas Kröninger) learned the girls and boys on six afternoons. How an LED flashlight and an electronic siren is build.

The Schiller apprentices, as well as students, were eagerly involved in the matter and showed professional knowledge and the ability to take responsibility.