Oberallgäu - Three begin their professional training as emergency paramedics.
One becomes a technical paramedic.
Four start the federal voluntary service.
The Bavarian Red Cross in the Oberallgäu district association trains young people in various professions every year.
This year, district manager Alexander Schwägerl welcomed four new trainees in the area of the rescue service, as well as four other young people who have decided on the federal voluntary service at BRK Oberallgäu.
Two young women and one young man started their vocational training as emergency paramedics at the BRK this year.
This is the highest non-academic medical qualification in the ambulance service.
Your demanding three-year training takes place at the BRK rescue stations in Kempten, Immenstadt and Oberstdorf.
Alexander Schwägerl welcomed the newcomers
Another trainee has started his career as a technical paramedic at the Kempten rescue station.
He, too, will be an important crew member on all ground-based life-saving appliances.
As a technical paramedic (T-Rett for short) he is a driver, supports the paramedic and ambulance doctor in caring for the patients and ensures the equipment and safety of the equipment and consumables in the ambulance.
In addition, one new starter and three new starters began their federal voluntary service.
You will work at the rescue stations in Kempten, Immenstadt and Sonthofen.
Alexander Schwägerl welcomed the newcomers personally.
He says: "We are very pleased to be able to welcome the young people to our ranks and look forward to imparting the relevant knowledge to them in the years to come."