Congratulations on passing the master craftsman’s examination

Florian Larisch, who has supported Rädlinger Bauunternehmen’s workshop team since last year, recently successfully completed his examination to become a master vehicle mechatronics technician. Florian Larisch had already taken two parts of the master craftsman’s examination when he joined the Rädlinger Group in 2011. The 23-year old took the third and final part alongside his work as a vehicle mechatronics technician at Rädlinger. In the past few years, Florian Larisch has undergone a lot for his vocational further training. In the evenings and on weekends, he extended his knowledge in the areas of vehicle electronics and mechanics and prepared for his forthcoming examinations.

The management of Rädlinger Bauunternehmen congratulated Mr Larisch on passing the examination and praised his dedication. Josef Rädlinger emphasised the good working relationship that Mr Larisch has enjoyed with the company and wished the young master craftsman all the best for his future career.

District Administrator Franz Löffler also expressed his congratulations to Florian Larisch and others who had passed the master craftsman’s examination at a small celebration at the Vocational Training and Technology Centre of the Chamber of Crafts in Cham.


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