Our mechatronics technicians assemble mechanical, electrical, and electronic components into functioning systems. During your apprenticeship you will learn how to install custom-made equipment, program the associated software, and commission the resulting systems. You will be guided by experienced professionals and gradually introduced to the respective tasks. Gradually, you will be able to perform these tasks independently. A key area of responsibility is the maintenance of our production lines and technical equipment in our production departments.
Training period: 3.5 years with periods of block teaching at the vocational school in Altötting
School-leaving qualification: high school diploma (equivalent to the “Mittlere Reife”) or higher
You will need: a precise, methodical approach to your work, manual dexterity, an interest in computers and mathematics, technical aptitude
Your training as a mechatronics technician will be split between ODU headquarters and the Burghausen vocational training center (BBiW).
Staatliche Berufsschule Altötting
Neuöttinger Straße 64c
Block teaching (about 12 –14 weeks) depending on the apprenticeship year
ODU will also cover the costs of traveling to Altötting from Mühldorf
At the vocational school, you will learn:
In the middle of your second apprenticeship year, you will take Part 1 of the final examination, which counts for 40% of your final grade. Part 2 of your final examination will take place at the end of your 3.5 years of training. You will be well prepared for both exams through your work at ODU and your studies at the vocational school.
By showing both commitment and enthusiasm, you will open up excellent career opportunities at ODU; initially with regard to securing a permanent job and then through professional development as a specialist in your field.
Further training to become a technician specializing in electrical engineering is possible on a part-time basis (8 semesters, 4 years).
Of course, various study paths will also be open to you, e.g., a degree in electrical engineering.