Apprenticeship at GSN

Apprentices and students are our specialists of tomorrow. That is why we support and encourage our junior staff to a special degree over the entire duration of their training. For all those who are technically enthusiastic, we offer varied training to become a mechatronics technician (m / f / d) as well as interesting courses of studies in mechanical engineering and mechatronics.

For us, training at GSN means more than just imparting specialist skills. We promote personal competence through joint activities and taking on responsible tasks. In this way you develop important key qualifications such as independent working, communication and teamwork skills and a sense of responsibility. For us, it goes without saying that we offer you external further education during your training in order to prepare you for the tasks after the training in a targeted manner. There is a good chance to be taken over after the training qualification.

Our training at a glance

Training in mechatronics

Mechatronics forms the interface between mechanics and electronics - in the training you will learn to read technical plans, mount assemblies and components into machines and systems, how the programming of mechatronic systems works and how to configure these systems.

Study of mechatronics

The mechatronics course links various specialist areas such as electrical engineering, computer science and mechanical engineering - the dual course of study prepares you to plan and develop mechatronic systems, such as robots. In the practical phases you have the opportunity to apply this knowledge when working out technical solutions.

Study mechanical engineering

Our world without machines is no longer imaginable - the dual course in mechanical engineering offers the ideal combination of theory and practice. You can apply and deepen the essential knowledge you have learned about the structure and function of machine tools when working out technical solutions in mechanical construction.

Your contact person for training and study

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Thomas Stötzel
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