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Apprenticeship Elektroniker:in für Betriebstechnik

Is electrician the right training for me?

If you are interested in computer technology and modern equipment and also wanted to know how such a machine works in the past, then the electronics technician for industrial engineering might be just right for you.

What does an electrician actually do?

As an electronics technician for operating technology at Schütte, you ensure that all energy supply technology systems are maintained and that there are no failures. This includes tasks such as controlling and regulating production processes (for example), measuring the temperature and pressure of the machine, installing cables and also setting up workstations. And all this in compliance with the current regulations on accident prevention.

As in industrial mechanics, the electronics technician for industrial engineering can also be deployed at customers' sites all over the world.

All in all, this is a very interesting and versatile apprenticeship with many opportunities for future careers. But of course, no master has fallen from the sky, so we teach you everything a successful electronics technician for industrial engineering needs to know in 3.5 years.

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What is the training like?

During the 3.5 years of training, you will go to vocational school 1-2 times a week, where you will learn everything about energy distribution and building systems. On the other 3-4 days, you will learn about the practical side of the job in our training workshop and on projects with colleagues.

What are the requirements?

As already mentioned, you should have an interest in technical processes, manual dexterity and good imagination.
The minimum requirement is a secondary school leaving certificate type 10B and good grades in Mathematics, German and Physics. And you should also enjoy working in a team!