Vocational training at the LMT Group

Providing high quality vocational training and promoting young talents is part of LMT Group's corporate strategy. We offer vocational training programs in technical and commercial professions at our two sites in Germany. Right from the start, trainees are considered fully-fledged members of our team. Trainees who are particularly committed are given the chance to spend a part of their training abroad. 

Christina has started her career at LMT Group with commitment and passion for her work. She recently completed her training as industrial clerk among the best of her peers. Learning something new every day, cooperating with interesting people and working independently: In the video, Christina explains why starting her career with us was a real luck for her.

Key facts

  • State-of-the-art production sites enable up-to-date training.

  • Team of more than 2,200 colleagues, including 106 trainees in Germany.

  • Training centers Schwarzenbek near Hamburg and Lahr near Freiburg.

  • Excellent chances of permanent employment post-training.

Industrial trades

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Training programs for externals

For trainees of other companies we offer compact training programs comprising 200 hours of lessons each. Professional trainers disseminate essential fundamental knowledge to young professionals, e.g. in the field of metal processing, turning, milling, pneumatics or PLC programming. Through this training future specialists get ready for their job in the metal industry in the shortest of time.


Bärbel Brüggmann

Education and training


  • Basic training courses

    Training courses (approx. 200 hrs.) in: Metal processing, turning, milling, pneumatics, PLC programming.

  • Compact course 

    For mechatronics engineers: Conventional turning and milling with focus on cutting technology.

  • Exam preparation

    Preparation for practical tests part 1 for mechatronics engineering trainees in their 2nd year of training.