• Application phase for training year 2023 begins on April 1, 2022
  • School students can get informed: On the career page audi.com/deineZukunft, young Audi employees present training professions in the area of digitalization and electromobility
  • Interactive event format "#stream&chat" offers insight into popular jobs of the future at Audi
From gamer to game-changer: Apply now at Audi for traineeships with perspective
Completing a traineeship or dual studies at Audi: Gina Haase, Mara Schwab, Atash Hauschild and Zachary Park (l-r)

Whether it's IT specialist, mechatronics technician or digitalization management assistant (m/f/d): Audi offers exciting training opportunities for young talents. To coincide with tomorrow's start of applications for the 2023 training year, school students can find interesting insights into jobs with perspective at audi.com/deineZukunft. From April 5, they can also find out about careers that are in-demand at the Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm sites at the digital event format "#stream&chat".

Electromobility, autonomous driving, digital business processes: Anyone interested in the future of mobility and starting a career in the automotive industry will find exciting career fields and perspectives at Audi. "We teach key skills in the future fields of digitalization and electromobility right from the start and aim to shape real change together with our trainees in the long term," says Christoph Hermreck, Head of Audi Vocational Training and Dual Study Programs Ingolstadt. Christian Hacker, Head of Training and Further Education at Audi in Neckarsulm, adds: "We are constantly expanding our vocational portfolio and adapting it to the crucial future areas of the company. These include automation and IT professions as well as professions in vehicle construction and the production process." This year, school students can once again apply for vocational training at Audi's Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm sites.

At the Ingolstadt site, the DBFH occupations of IT specialist in application development with university entrance qualification (DBFH) and automotive mechatronics technician in electromobility with university entrance qualification (DBFH) give young talents not only the chance to acquire skills within vocational training, but also to prepare for an academic career in the fields of the future.

Perspectives for the next generation

Whether it's cutting-edge technology in cars, robots in the plant or IT in the company – exciting tasks await trainees at Audi. At audi.com/deineZukunft, interested parties can find out about specializations such as data and process analysis or digital networking and learn more about skills such as additive manufacturing (3D printing) or programming. On the careers website, they can also meet Mara, Zachary, Atash and Gina, who talk about their training or dual studies at Audi.

Mobile learning plays a major role in transferring knowledge and has been firmly anchored in the training curriculum at Audi since September 2021 with a company agreement. Depending on the occupation, trainees are provided with tablets or laptops as digital learning companions, with which they can also learn content flexibly off-site. In general, however, training continues to take place on-site − at the Audi training centers or in the many different areas of operation.

#stream&chat – digital training week at Audi

Anyone who would like to find out in detail about various training opportunities at Audi can now register for the #stream&chat online events at audi.com/deineZukunft. Audi Vocational Training Ingolstadt will offer several 30-minute sessions from 5:00 p.m. on April 5 to 7, 2022, each focusing on one job description. The Neckarsulm site's series of events will take place from April 26 to 28, 2022. Here, participants can get in touch with trainees and trainers and ask questions about the respective profession in a live chat. To get a broader picture, interested students can also register for several live broadcasts. Registration takes place via the Audi careers website.

Further live streams on vocational training and dual studies will follow from June 27 to 29, 2022, in Ingolstadt and on June 29, 2022, in Neckarsulm.