Training as an electronics technician for units and systems
Have you always been interested in electronics? Are you good at working with your hands and complete tasks with the necessary amount of logic and extensive technical knowledge? Then this training program is right for you.
This is what a typical training day looks like
As an electronics technician for units and system you will learn all about planning and implementing electronic circuits. The focus in electronics production is on producing components for electronic drives. As an electronics technician for units and systems you are a true all-rounder: you develop powerful test systems and test setups and prepare the relevant documentation. You design and develop circuits. Your knowledge and skills are promoted in equal measure.The practical part of your basic training is predominantly held at our plant in Graben-Neudorf. Some parts of the technical training is also held in Bruchsal. At the same time, your practical training will be supplemented by theoretical knowledge at the vocational school.
Here you can find an overview of the training program (PDF)
Interested? Would you like to get a taste of what a technical traineeship is like? No problem – simply take a look at our video.
What happens after the training program
As a qualified electronics technician for units and systems you can, for example, choose to work as a specialist in electronics production or plant maintenance. You may also choose to continue your development as a supervisor or specialist technician for example. You provide the most important requirements: personable, good performance and a high level of commitment.
What you need to start training as an electronics technician for units and systems
To start training as an electronics technician for units and systems, you must have completed secondary school. It is important that your personal skills fit the training and us as a company. These include enjoying your work and the will to drive things forward. Grades are not the only factor in our decisions about training positions; rather, they secure your ticket to the interview. We are interested in the overall picture and particularly your grades in mathematics, technology and natural sciences.
What you will earn
The training stipend is clearly regulated. SEW-EURODRIVE pays its trainees the following salary based on the collective agreement with the Nordwürttemberg/Nordbaden metal and electrical industry:
- First year of training: EUR 1,037.00
- Second year of training: EUR 1,102.00
- Third year of training: EUR 1,199.00
- Fourth year of training: EUR 1,264.00
Would you like to find out more about training as an electronics technician for units and systems from first-hand accounts? Then read what Timo Münch has to say!