25.07.2017

Specialist for complex tasks (m/f)

Mechanics, electronics, control engineering: modern machines are riddled with these technologies. They are interlinked and only their perfect interaction guarantees the desired output within a given time frame and at acceptable costs. As a mechatronics engineer you know how they are connected and will turn your knowledge in material processing, forming, measuring and testing, in pneumatics and hydraulics and in IT into comprehensive specialist knowledge. This will make you an all-rounder for installing, setting, commissioning and maintaining machines and systems.

To successfully be able to start with this training, you should satisfy the following requirements:

  • good grades in mathematics, computer science and works/technology
  • technical understanding and manual dexterity
  • careful and precise method of work
  • ability to adapt to different workplaces and conditions
  • personal initiative, reliability and capacity for teamwork
  • ability to identify complex interrelationships

Prerequisite:

At least secondary school leaving qualification

Training period:

Three and a half years. The training is based on the dual (study/work) programme.

Further training opportunities:

  • Master craftsperson
  • Engineer
  • Bachelor of Engineering (university of applied science)
  • Master of Engineering (university of applied science)