Acclaimed many times over – training at F.EE
We want to make real careers possible and promote them right from the start - our training rate has been above 10% for many years and our awards speak for themselves. The recipe for success: We introduce our trainees to the exciting tasks of the respective occupational fields in industrial automation in a targeted and step-by-step manner.
Current training vocations
Electronics technician (m/f/d)
Electronics technician (m/f/d) specialising in automation technology
As an electronics technician (m/f/d) for automation technology, you are among the frontrunners when it comes to the production of automatic systems. During your training you will learn how individual systems function and analyse their connections, both in the F.EE training workshop and in production.
Precision mechanic (m/f/d)
Precision mechanic (m/f/d) specialising in machine construction & machining
As a precision mechanic (m/f/d), your tasks include turning, milling, drilling and sanding workpieces. When doing so you usually work with computer-aided machine tools, so-called CNC machines. Because work comes down to the last millimetre here, it requires extensive delicacy and sensitivity, as well as precision work.
Industrial mechanic (m/f/d)
Industrial mechanic (m/f/d) specialising in machine construction
During your training, you learn how to produce machine parts, how to assemble these machines and subsequently set them up. The prior assembly of (part) systems and their commissioning also count among the exciting scope of tasks within the automation robotics division.
Technical product designer (m/f/d)
Technical product designer (m/f/d) specialising in facilities
Before it is possible to produce a technical system, a machine or a workpiece, an engineering drawing or a CAD model (CAD = Computer Aided Design) of this is produced. An engineering drawing is a type of construction instruction, which contains all information necessary for production.
IT specialist (m/f/d)
IT specialist (m/f/d), specialising in system integration
When your colleagues fear an IT fault on their computer, you are on hand as their “knight in shining armour”. As an IT specialist (m/f/d) specialising in system integration in our information technology + systems division, you learn how to plan, configure and set up IT systems, and how to put them into operation.
Important! – The time plan
Regardless of the path that you choose - only after submitting your application can you make headway with F.EE. If possible, you should therefore submit your application by the end of August / mid September of the year before you plan to start your training or course - the earlier, the better. We get started early with the selection process and initial contract offers.