Training courses on different levels (apprenticeship, journeymen/skilled workers, master craftsman, bachelor in crafts and of course according to any customers' specifications) are offered in:    

  •  electrical engineering / electronics
  •  mechanical engineering
  •  CNC
  •  PLC
  •  automation techniques / IT
  •  welding (test labaratories available) and plastic processing
  •  car mechanics
  •  mechatronics
  •  energy and environment techniques
  •  building trades and finishing trades
  •  economics / management training /
  •  educational theory for technicians
  •  design in crafts and trades
  •  etc.      

According to the German philosophy behind training courses in technical fields, expert knowledge must always:

  • be based on both: on theory as well as on practical experience,
  • be presented in a non-academic way in form of practical training in which theory is mainly offered in contexts (project work),
  • be understood as a synonym for a broad basis of skills and knowledge so that skilled workers are enabled to adapt quickly to complex issues and new requirements in their job,
  • be oriented at practical tasks in real work places,
  • prove the ability to plan, to perform, and to control entire professional action independently,
  • include the ability to apply acquired skills and knowledge to practical tasks and typical practical problems.

Flyer: "Expert Training in Germany", (pdf, 445 kb).