Training as Electronics Engineers for Devices and Systems
Electronics Engineers for devices and systems are needed wherever technology is found – they are true multi-talents. Not only do they design and install a wide variety of components and microparts, they are also able to program and maintain systems. Careful and precise assembly of various components and measuring and testing electrical systems are key elements of this work.
The vocational school is Emil-Possehl-Schule in Lübeck and the commute there is covered by Basler! You will be instructed in the theoretical knowledge for the job in two- to three-week blocks. Some important contents are electrical engineering basics, such as Ohm’s law, semiconductors, basic transistor circuit arrangements, energy technology, amplifier circuits, operational amplifiers, digital technology, control technology and the programming language C. This is supplemented by internal training within the company.
Are you passionate about technical innovations and keen to learn about the electronics behind them? Do you enjoy analyzing, repairing and assembling devices and systems? Are you good with your hands and keen to prove it? Then this training is perfect for you! This is what you should contribute:
- at least a good secondary school certificate
- good grades in physics and mathematics
- personal initiative
- organizational talent
- And you should be a team player
Practical phases at the company
With us you will learn all about electrical systems and devices, but also how to set up computer systems, create designs and layouts and about safety measures when working with our high-tech products.
This will also give you a good overview of the departments and their interfaces and you will work in the following areas:
- Training Workshop
- Design-relevant departments
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