We are an international, innovative and successful company based in the Austrian region of Carinthia. From the outset we have offered training for young people as investment in both our and their future.
Every year highly skilled workers complete apprenticeships at our firm. You will learn the most through practical work every day directly 'on the job', while theory and in-depth general knowledge are taught at technical college. You'll round off your apprenticeship by additionally attending various courses outside the company.
At our firm you can train as a mechatronics technician. This course includes the planning, manufacture, assembly, maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of electromechanical and electronic devices, assemblies and systems and lasts 3½ years.
No good at electronics and mechanics? No problem! We also offer commercial traineeships.
You want to do more for your future? We additionally offer the option of an apprenticeship combined with the higher school-leaving examination (Matura).
It is always important to submit a good application!
We must receive applications for an apprenticeship with all documents by the end of February. Following an initial review you will be invited to attend a selection test. Here are a few tips for your application!
An application always consists of:
a cover letter
your report cards
and other attachments such as certificates, diplomas, references, etc. documenting any additional skills you can offer
Always make sure you send in all the documents we require. Preferably electronically as a pdf or of course also by post.
It's this letter that makes the first impression! And you don't get another chance at making one!
For this reason it's very important to formulate your letter in a clear, orderly manner. It should also reflect your personality and well as your interest and willingness to learn.
The harder you try here, the better your chance of being invited to attend the selection test.
The key elements of your cover letter include:
The letterhead, giving your name and the addressee's, as well as the place and date of writing
The reference – what you are applying for
The body of the letter
Attachments – please list all documents attached to your application
A CV is the most important part of every application.
It is a brief summary of your life so far. Pay special attention here to providing a clear, structured and chronological description and a informative portrait of yourself.
The key items to include are:
A photograph (passport photo, a formal picture!)
Your full name
Address, telephone number, e-mail (with more than one telephone number preferably listed one after the other)
Date / place of birth, marital status, nationality
Previous education: Schools, vocational training, continuing education – listed chronologically in the form of a table
Work experience (where have you worked before? in what job?) – listed chronologically in the form of a table
Any special skills and qualifications (foreign languages, knowledge of IT) – always making sure that they are relevant to the position in question
Special interests (hobbies) – if we are then more likely to make a positive assessment of your application
Date, place (make sure you use the current date), signature
Attachments to your application are used to provide us with additional information so we can get a more accurate picture of you beforehand. For example your report card: This provides an overview of your achievements to date. At school you should therefore show yourself to be an interested and enthusiastic student so you'll have a satisfactory report to include with your application.
The most important attachments are here:
Our application form (download here)
Your most recent half-yearly report
Work experience certificates
Other certificates, diplomas, references, etc. documenting any additional qualifications
For minors (up to 16 years) the written consent of the parents / guardians for the data processing
The aim of our selection test is to discover to what extent your capabilities and interests match up with an apprenticeship as a mechatronics technician. For us it is not only important you choose the right apprenticeship, but also that we train committed and interested youngsters for our future.
The selection test is basically a test of general knowledge and any skills you already have to offer in electronics and/or mechanics or in relation to commerce.