Training as an electronics technician for operating technology (f/m/d)
What does an electronics technician for industrial engineering (f/m/d) do?
Electronics technicians for industrial engineering deal with systems or plants from the fields of power supply, measurement and control technology, communication and signalling technology as well as drive and lighting technology. They build and assemble these systems or installations, put them into operation and repair them.
How long does the training take?
As a rule, training as an electronics technician (f/m/d) takes 3.5 years. If you have a very good average grade, the training can be shortened to 3 years. The school-based training takes place at the Christian Schmidt School in Neckarsulm.
Which departments will you pass through during the training period?
- Training workshop
- Special machine construction
- Maintenance (electr.)
- Quality assurance
- Stamping shop
- Testing / Development
- IT department
What requirements should you bring with you?
- Good manual skills and technical understanding
- Knowledge of mathematics and natural sciences
- Knowledge of English
- Interest in electronics
- Logical thinking
- Accuracy, reliability and high commitment
- Conscientious and independent way of working
- Intermediate school leaving certificate
your application documents
For the review of your application we need:
- A detailed cover letter
- A curriculum vitae in table form
- Copies of your most recent school reports
- Certificates, proof of qualifications or internships, if available
What does the application process look like?
- Invitation to the aptitude test
- Invitation to the interview
- Prompt acceptance or rejection
KACO GmbH + Co. KG
Herr Volker Gebhardt
Frau Julia Hartwich
list of notes for your
- Have you read up on KACO on the homepage?
- Do you know what KACO makes and are you familiar with our products?
- Do you know our locations?
- Do you know about your apprenticeship?
- Why should we choose you?