Sandro Scheurer introduces himself

Training as an IT specialist for application development
Sandro ScheurerTrainee IT specialist for application development

A job for the future

My name is Sandro Scheurer, I am 18 and an completing my IT specialist training program with a focus on application development. I believe that the job of IT specialist for application development is a job for the future. I enjoy working at the computer and developing programs that make work easier for our employees. It's nice to see how lines of code develop from seeming “turmoil”. I have also always been interested in computers. I think it's great that you don't receive any “unnecessary” tasks and are immediately involved in productive activities.

SEW-EURODRIVE is a major employer in my area that places great importance on outstanding training. Some people think that SEW-EURODRIVE only manufactures electric motors, gear units and electronic parts, but few are aware that the company has a relatively large IT department. An internship let me gain an insight into the company. That's when I knew that I wanted to complete my training at SEW-EURODRIVE.

I enjoy working at the computer and developing programs. But the best thing about my job is seeing how the projects and applications that you have created are used by other employees.

In the first year of my training, I learned about the basics of the IT world at SEW-EURODRIVE. I am currently working on a project for the customer portal, while my tasks also involve maintaining out intranet site.

The most important tool in my job is naturally my PC. I can't do anything without it! I mostly use ABAP, an SAP programming language, which is predominantly used in the business sector. At the vocational school we cover general topics relating to hardware, operating systems, networks and programming. You are in the same class as the system integrators so we learn a lot about networks and hardware. As we design programs for employees, we often have to get together to discuss what the program has to look like and the requirements it needs to meet. Collaborating with colleagues is always really enjoyable, everyone is very friendly and if you don't understand something, people are happy to explain it a second time.

As an application developer you need to have good German, English and math skills. You also need to be able to work as part of a team as well as independently.

SEW-EURODRIVE provides a variety of opportunities for employees, such as training courses that help and support us in our jobs. For example, the training includes a range of seminars to strengthen cooperation and show us how to plan larger projects.

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