You have a keen interest in maths, physics, electronics and electrical engineering? You have an appreciation of data processing and logical thinking and enjoy technical work? Then undertaking training with us is exactly right for you.
As an Industrial Engineering Electronics Technician (m/f) you will install machines, devices and production facilities, especially in the field of energy supply. You maintain this equipment and upgrade, modernise and repair it. At Biotest you will be involved in ensuring that production processes run smoothly and are continuously optimised.
At Biotest you will learn how to program, configure and test electronic systems and safety devices. You will also learn how to select the appropriate hardware and software elements, how to integrate them into the systems and how to assimilate IT systems in networks. You learn to evaluate and utilise documents and regulations.
Our Industrial Engineering Electronics Technician (m/f) are trained in cooperation with Pittler ProRegion in Langen. Your technical college is the August-Bebel-College in Offenbach am Main. Attendance at the vocational college is one to two days per week parallel to your working.
Training starts on the 22 August 2022 and lasts 3 ½ years. Through good performance this can be reduced to 3 years. The entry requirement is a secondary school certificate (Realschulabschluss).
Your training allowance is € 1014 in the first year of training and increases to € 1239 by the 4th year of training. In addition, there is a year-end performance and holiday pay. You also receive a flat-rate travel allowance.
On completion of the training, electronics technicians (m/f) are employed throughout the entire company and are on hand with circuit diagrams and tools to install machines or to troubleshoot and repair. There are opportunities for further training, for example to become a master craftsman (m/f) or technician (m/f).
You require further information? Then take a look at this video: https://www.elementare-vielfalt.de/ausbildung/elektronikerin-betriebstechnik.html