What is a mechatronics engineer?
The job title comprises the two most important areas of expertise: mechanics and electronics. Mechatronics engineers are responsible for combining assembly units and components to form complex mechatronic systems. You set up electronic, pneumatic or hydraulic control systems, you programme them yourself and you safeguard their flawless operation.
What can you expect during your apprenticeship as mechatronics engineer?
After the two-year basic training in one of our partners’ training workshops, you will work in the assembly department at Geyssel. Here, you will gain expert knowledge that is necessary for the assembly and initial operation of modern lift systems. For example, you will gain insights into the complex control systems of our products and absolve several practical levels during your practical training.
The goal during your 3.5 years of training is to convey all skills required for the job of a mechatronics technician and to prepare you in the best possible way for your further career. After you successfully absolved your final exam, we would be happy to keep accompanying you as part of our assembly team.