AN APPRENTICESHIP WITH THE SWATCH GROUP
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Every year, 36 Swatch Group companies in Switzerland train over 600 apprentices in around 40 different professions. Find out what professions you can learn with us. Fill in the job compass and find out which Swatch Group apprenticeships suit you.
For international apprenticeships please ue our Job Finder.
WHY AN APPRENTICESHIP WITH THE SWATCH GROUP?
Basic vocational training with us opens up lots of opportunities. Professional vocational trainers supervise you until you have successfully completed your apprenticeship.
Further advantages at a glance:
Apply now and start your future with us. Become part of the Swatch Group family!
- Participation in joint events for apprentices and in competitions
- Performance-linked payment
- Financial support for training materials
- 6 to 7 weeks holiday
- Work experience with Swatch Group companies at home and abroad
SEE FOR YOURSELF
Swatch Group companies that offer apprenticeships organise regular professional information events, take part in professional exhibitions and offer professional information days. Contact the company of your choice for more information. Keep up-to-date and click regularly on our News link.
In addition, you will find more information in our FAQs.
All companies within the Swatch Group that offer apprenticeship training.
Professions for which Swatch Group companies offer apprenticeship training.
Use our Job Search facility to find an apprenticeship place that suits you.
Still undecided? Our Job Compass will help you find the optimal apprenticeship.
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