Apprenticeship in media technology – print processing (m/f/d)

What you can expect as Apprenticeship in media technology – print processing (m/f/d) at Beltz

Are you interested in technology and looking for an exciting apprenticeship? In Bad Langensalza, we will show you everything you need to know to become an expert in print processing in our “Print processing media technology apprenticeship (m/f/d)”. This also includes our modern, large machines, which need to be adjusted, operated, maintained and monitored. Our experienced team will teach you the process for reliably producing our high-quality print products for a wide range of customers. It will never be boring – not only will you face different challenges in terms of printing specifications, you will also gain an insight into a constantly changing industry in which we have successfully positioned ourselves on the market as a print shop for over 175 years.

Your tasks

  • Modern machines and a varied working environment
  • You work on the reliable completion of the print product
  • You will become an expert in folding, drilling, stapling or gluing printed sheets with the help of machines and automatic equipment
  • You will learn how to set up, operate and monitor the machines and automatic systems independently

What we offer you

  • Individual support and further training opportunities within the company
  • Friendly teamwork in a challenging working environment
  • The working time is 40 hours per week (incl. time recording)
  • The opportunity to develop as a professional expert in an exciting working environment
  • A secure training position in a company firmly rooted in the region

Your profile

  • A good secondary school leaving certificate or higher
  • Technical interest
  • Interest in working with large machines and not afraid to operate them
  • Diligence, punctuality and commitment
  • Willingness to work together in a team

We look forward to receiving your application!

Simply fill out the form below and we will get back to you with the next steps. Do you have questions about your application or training? Please get in touch with us:

Sebastian Meinberg

Training support

From apprentice to machine operator

What can I do after my training?

Patrick Voigt started his apprenticeship as a bookbinder (m/f/d) with us in 2001. Today, he holds the responsible position of machine operator at Beltz Grafische Betriebe. He ensures that the large machines run smoothly, monitors quality and assigns staff to work around his machines.