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Electronics technician

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Electronics technician

Here you can find out more about the apprenticeship as an electronics technician and the requirements.

Electronics technicians for industrial engineering assemble and wire electromechanical and electrical devices. They also measure physical quantities, check the function of control devices and lay lines and cables. They set up installation systems and commission or maintain installations. They carry out their activities independently in compliance with the relevant regulations and safety provisions. All work is coordinated with upstream and downstream areas. Electronics technicians often work in a team.

The vocational school is located in Brake. This is accompanied by a training workshop in the company. The apprenticeship as an electronics technician takes 3.5 years. The apprenticeship period can be shortened to three years if you perform particularly well. If you are also motivated after the apprenticeship and successfully complete it, we will foster and support you in your future career. During your apprenticeship, you will be paid a gross apprenticeship salary of around EUR 1,100.

Requirements

We expect you to have good grades in mathematics, physics and technology with a Realschule certificate or a very good Hauptschule certificate . We require an interest in mathematical, technical and physical contexts. Do you have a logical mind and the ability to solve abstract problems? Then you’ve come to the right place!

Apprenticeship history

1st apprenticeship year
  • Operational and technical communication
  • Planning and organising the work, evaluating the work results
  • Mounting and connecting electronic equipment
  • Assessing the safety of electrical installations and equipment
  • Installing and commissioning electrical systems
  • Measuring and analysing electrical functions and systems
  • Technical order analysis, solution development  
  • Installing and configuring IT systems
2nd apprenticeship year – 1st semester
  • Operational and technical communication
  • Mounting and connecting electrical equipment
  • Assessing the safety of electrical installations and equipment
  • Installing and commissioning electrical systems
  • Measuring and analysing electrical functions and systems
  • Technical order analysis, solution development
  • Advising and looking after “customers”, providing services
  • Maintaining plants and systems

Practical and theoretical final examination 1

2nd apprenticeship year – 2nd semester
  • Operational and technical communication
  • Mounting and connecting electrical equipment
  • Installing and commissioning electrical systems  
  • Technical order analysis, solutions development
  • Advising and looking after “customers”, providing services
  • Maintaining plants and systems
  • Planning and organising the work, evaluating the work results
  • Configuring and programming controls
  • Technical services and operations 
3rd + 4th apprenticeship year
  • Operational and technical communication
  • Installing and commissioning electrical systems
  • Technical order analysis, solutions development
  • Advising and looking after “customers”, providing services
  • Maintaining plants and systems
  • Planning and organising the work, evaluating the work results
  • Configuring and programming controls
  • Technical services and operations
  • Measuring and analysing electrical functions and systems
  • Business processes and quality assurance systems in the area of operation

Practical and theoretical final examination 2

Total apprenticeship time
  • Vocational training, employment and collective bargaining law
  • Structure and organisation of the company
  • Occupational health and safety
  • Environmental protection