Successful further training: a good decision
With my training as an energy electronics technician (now: electronics technician for industrial engineering) after high school, I started an important new chapter of my life that came with a lot of changes and expectations. A previous internship had given me an extensive insight into the career of an electronics engineer, and this played a key role in my decision to complete the training program at SEW-EURODRIVE.
I found the training, which was held in SEW-EURODRIVE's training workshop and in the many departments of the Graben-Neudorf and Bruchsal plants, demanding, multifaceted and very constructive. I had a very friendly and trusting relationship with the trainers and employees at the plants. In the third year of my training, it became clear that I would be offered a job in the test department of Electronics Development. This department was being expanded at the time, so I had the opportunity to play a key role in shaping the development of the testing environment as a new and young employee.
My head of department supported me when I wanted to receive further training to become an engineering technician. As a result, I continued to work for the company with drastically reduced hours during my full-time training program.
Initially, I was primarily responsible for construction of testing equipment. Later, I was responsible for putting together initial sample assemblies.
My head of department supported me when I wanted to receive further training to become an engineering technician. In cooperation with the HR department, we figured out how to combine my work at SEW-EURODRIVE with the time-consuming training program. As a result, I continued to work for the company with drastically reduced hours during my full-time two-year training program to become a certified electrical engineering technician.
After successfully completing my training, I worked full time in my previous position, but about a year later, I had the opportunity to start work as a technician in the same department but a different group. Now I work with seven colleagues in Quality Management and am responsible for preliminary inspections and type tests in the field of electromagnetic compatibility.
I can now say that my training as an electrical engineering technician was the right choice and that I'm glad I work for SEW-EURODRIVE.
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