We are a company that takes on trainees in the field of Electrician for Power Engineering and Building Systems.

In association with acrobat Personaldienstleistungen, we qualify Electricians for Power Engineering and Building Systems.

Job title: Electrician for Power Engineering and Building Systems
Job overview: Electricians in the field of Power Engineering and Building Services design and install systems for electrotechnical energy supply and the infrastructure in buildings. You would additionally install, operate, maintain and repair them.

Education overview: “Electrician” is a recognised professional education according to the Handicrafts Regulation Act.

We offer a 3 ½ year education in the field of Energy Engineering and Building Systems. The education is standardised throughout Germany.

Your interests:
  • Interest in the fields of Electrical Engineering and Electronics
  • Interest in Engineering (e.g. Illumination Engineering)
  • Talent in running technical devices, machines and systems (installing systems for electrotechnical energy supply and infrastructure of buildings)
  • Searching and controlling tasks (e.g. searching and maintaining of technical systems, devices and safety systems)
  • Interested in data processing and computer science (e.g. installing and configuring building management systems and related software; programming and installing control programs)
  • Technical talent (working on electrical systems with pliers, screwdrivers and soldering irons)
  • Physical work (e.g. wall penetrations with hammer drill and chisel)
Skills The following skills are required to learn the job described above. Some of the skills listed indicate a required level of mastery. This is based on to the average worker in this field. The required level of mastery applies to persons with a GCSE level.

  • Average general intellectual performance
  • Average abstract reasoning (e.g. analysing and repairing the sources of errors in electrical devices and systems using a methodical approach)
  • Average mathematical reasoning
  • Average spatial thinking (e.g. reading and implementation of wiring diagrams and instructions for installation)
  • Manual skills (e.g. connecting integrated components and modules, laying electrical lines, placing electrical sockets)
  • Technical comprehension (e.g. understanding functions and correlations of switching arrangements, control devices and control systems)
  • Drawing skills (e.g. drawing sketches and plans for building and infrastructure systems)
  • Numeracy skills (e.g. measuring and calculating electrical units such as resistance, electrical current and capacity)
  • Oral conversation skills (e.g. coordinating the scope of orders and completion dates, customer consulting)
  • Reading comprehension (e.g. experience reading and implementing installation instructions and instruction manuals)