We have had 8,000 applications for 250 apprenticeships in recent years. So on the one hand we have disappointed a lot of applicants with a rejection and on the other hand we were always faced with the question: Who of these 8,000 people fits best into our innovative training model, which is based on an internal project marketplace and thus requires a great deal of self-direction? Those with the best grades? Those with the best dossier? And this is where the problems of comparison begin: depending on the canton, the municipality, the school and the teacher, the starting point for a grade is completely different. It's the same with the dossier: one pupil may have talented parents who help her prepare the dossier - the other pupil is completely on her own. We don't want talents slipping through our fingers, and that is why we have rebuilt the entire selection process from scratch. The aim is to put people at the centre and not to analyse dossiers.