Areas of Responsibility
Industrial technicians are primarily employed in the manufacture, renovation, expansion and maintenance of equipment and buildings in the manufacturing industry, in supply technology and ventilation technology.
At Baerlocher, the range of responsibilities of a qualified industrial technician includes inspection, maintenance, servicing and repair of production equipment and machines. The job description also includes troubleshooting, activation of machines and systems, as well as testing and setting the functions of modules, devices and systems. Industrial technicians are also required to plan tasks based on process data, design sketches and installation and servicing plans.
Furthermore, industrial technicians are typically involved in construction of equipment, devices and containers, general maintenance, pipe system engineering and welding technology.
Contact Person, Lingen/Ems
Ms. Annette Klaashaus
(Please note that this place for apprenticeship will only be staffed again in 2014.)
Stefan, 18; Niklas, 18 (industrial technician trainees)
“We started our industrial technician training on August 1, 2010, and were immediately made to feel welcome by our new team. At Baerlocher, our practical training prepares us for everyday life in our chosen career by allowing us to work both on our own and creatively as part of a team.”
An Overview of Your Training Course at Baerlocher
Core Areas of Focus
Business and technical communication
Checking modules and systems
Planning and organizing work and assessing results
Distinguishing between, categorizing and using primary and secondary materials
Manufacturing and installing components and modules
Servicing and operating equipment
Using management technology
Securing and transporting components, machines, etc.
Maintenance, troubleshooting, locating and repairing defects and errors
Using protective equipment
The basics of measurement and control technology and quality management
Duration of Training Course
The industrial technician dual course takes 3 ½ years. One year of metalworking at vocational school will be recognized as the first year of training.
Additional Training Options
Certified technical business management specialist (IHK)
Engineering course (mechanical engineering)
30 days of vacation per year
Extra vacation payment
Company pension scheme
Cafeteria meals at reduced prices
High school diploma with very good grades
One year of metalworking at vocational school
Good mathematics and physics skills