• What departments have you spent time in so far?
    What department of these did you particularly like and why?

    "Up to now I've been in the Sheet Production, Door Panel Production and Frame Construction departments. I was also involved in installation on the odd occasion. Until now the Frame Construction is the department I have liked best, because you frequently have to carry out welding work there and that is what is the most fun for me."

    Hannes Pflegel, Construction Mechanic, 3rd apprentice year

  • What is so special about our company?

    "The special thing is that we produce laboratory, ICUs and ORs. You don't find that very often in Germany. This area is also especially interesting for me. The variety of products in our company is also something special."

    Lena Hofmeier, Technical Systems Planner, 3rd apprentice year

  • Why did you decide on this training profession?

    "I chose the profession, because it's never monotonous and the work is always varied. And I think it's wonderful to see how the things that I draft out (the products) are manufactured."

    Julia Pappenheimer, Technical Systems Planner, 2nd apprentice year

  • How long does your apprenticeship take?

    "My apprenticeship is divided up into a medical engineering study course and training as a technical systems planner. The study course lasts 7 semesters, that is to say 3½ years; exactly the same time as the training. However, in my case the training started a year beforehand which is why it will also be completed before my study course."

    Mario Miehling, Dual Studies, 2nd apprentice year

  • What educational and personal qualifications are necessary for this profession?

    "You should have an intermediate school-leaving qualification or at least a good grade secondary school leaving certificate. You should also possess and not be afraid of getting your hands dirty.

    How is the teaching organised at the vocational college and what subjects are of particular importance?

    The vocational college teaching takes place in blocks of 12 weeks, spread across the whole of the academic year. Practical teaching and specialized classes in the subjects of production technology, maintenance, design engineering and building elements are the most important subjects for the final examination, together with social studies."

    Markus Hanke, Construction Mechanic, 3rd apprentice year

  • What prospects do you have after completing your apprenticeship?

    "After my apprenticeship I have the opportunity to go to college to take additional training to become a master craftsman or technician. However, you can also go to the state vocational high school to catch up on obtaining your university entrance qualification (the German Abitur) so that you can take a study course afterwards, for example in structural engineering or medical engineering."

    Thomas Eigner, Construction Mechanic, 2nd apprentice year



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