Electronics technician

Electronics technician
for devices and systems.

Electronics technician apprenticeship at STOBER

Young people with a passion for technology have a home here – we give you the perfect start for your future career. As a technical apprentice, right from the start, you are involved when we take on new projects and launch trendsetting technologies.

Your dedication is in demand and will be greatly appreciated by your colleagues. Join a team that treats you as an equal and is glad to share its expertise with you.

Together with you, we put things in motion.

The tasks of an electronics technician include manufacturing electrical components and devices as well as commissioning complete systems and then later monitoring and servicing the production and test equipment.

There is also additional training in engine construction, operational electronics, and NC control.

A broad foundation for professional development.


“All trainees and students should get to know as many areas of electrical engineering as possible and have hands-on experience in them. The idea is to reinforce the theoretical lessons they learn at school. I want to challenge and support them in this so that they complete their training as well as possible.”
– Elmar Senneka, Electrical Engineering Instructor

Maximilian Maier on his training at STOBER

Maximilian is an electronics engineer apprentice at STOBER.

What apprenticeship are you doing at STOBER?

Electronics engineer for devices and systems

Why did you decide on this training program/profession?

Because of the good mixture of practical work and the exciting theory of electrical engineering.

What does your weekly and daily routine look like?

3-4 days in the shop, then 1-2 days in school

What tasks and activities are part of your training?

The training covers topics such as safely handling electricity, operating an electric motor, soldering and measuring a circuit, and installing and using a state-of-the-art frequency inverter. Then there are the basics of industrial mechanic training, electronics repair, prototype construction, and application technology.

What do you enjoy about your training and your job?

The good mix of practical work, exciting theory of electrical engineering, and friendly interactions with colleagues.

Welche Eigenschaften/Kompetenzen sollte man für den Beruf Deiner Meinung nach mitbringen?

An interest in electronics, mathematics, and good craftsmanship

What qualities and skills do you think a person should bring to the job?

The colleagues and trainees stick together well

Do you have a motto?

Stay focused and never give up

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Any questions?

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Your contact person
Mareike Bauer

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