Apprenticeships

We place a high value on qualified employees and well-trained junior employees. Using qualified trainers and a well-equipped training workshop, we offer the best conditions for training

Industrial mechanics (w/m)
Electronics technicians (w/m)

The deadline for all apprenticeship applications for start date in September 2016 is September 15, 2015.


Please note:

The deadline for all apprenticeship applications for start date in September 2016 is September 15, 2015.


Send your application to:

Alfing Kessler Sondermaschinen GmbH

z.H. Frau Kübler / Personalabteilung
Auguste-Kessler-Straße 20
73433 Aalen-Wasseralfingen

Tel: 07361 / 501 6003
Fax: 07361 / 501 6190
Email: bewerbung@remove-this.aks.alfing.de


Industrial Mechanic (m/f)


“Industrial Mechanics for Machine and System Manufacture” with integrated training in electronic skills for defined tasks"


Duration of Training
The training takes 3-1/2 years. It is possible to reduce this to 3 years with good academic and professional guidance and performance.


Training Job Description
Industrial Mechanic (f/m)

    • perform tasks with regard appropriate regulations and safety guidelines independently, adapt work to total job flow, work as part of a team
    • set up work area
    • organize manufacturing processes and keep them under control
    • communicate both in-house and with outside customers on appropriate terms
    • control and document maintenance and assembly work in consideration of operational quality management systems
    • manufacture components and sub-assemblies and assemble them in technical systems
    • troubleshoot faults and their causes in technical systems and document results
    • install technical systems
    • retool machines and systems
    • perform maintenance and inspection
    • select test processes and equipment
    • consign technical systems and products to customers and train them in the use of these systems
    • ensure the operational capability of technical systems
    • test and expand electronic components in controls technology
    • take business processes into consideration and use quality management in area of operations


    Preliminary Final Exam, Part 1
    The first part of the final exam takes place at the end of the 2nd training year. This exam counts towards 40% of the final grade and tests the core skills which were learned in the first 18 months of the apprenticeship, including integrated written assignments and an accompanying situational interview.

    Final Exam, Part 2
    The second part of the final exam takes place at the end of the training and tests the skill qualifications. The exam topics are a practical work project and theoretical topics, e.g. project and function analyses, manufacturing technology, economics, and social studies.

    For more information, visit www.wbv.de or www.berufe.net


    Electronics Technician (f/m)

    Training Schedule for the Profession “Electronics Technician for Automation Technology” with integrated mechanical training


    Duration of Training
    The training takes 3-1/2 years. It is possible to reduce this to 3 years with good academic and professional guidance and performance.


    Training Job Description

    Electronics Technician (f/m)

    • occupational training, work and bargaining regulations
    • industrial training, labor and collectiv bargaining law
    • occupational health and safety
    • environmental protection
    • operational and technical communication
    • planning, organizing and evaluating work
    • assembly and connection of electrical equipment
    • measuring and analyzing systems
    • evaluation of system safety
    • installation of IT systems
    • customer service and consultation, service efforts
    • technical project analysis, repairs
    • equipment construction
    • configuration and programming of controls systems
    • test and startup
    • maintenance and optimization of systems
    • business processes and quality management in area of operations


    Preliminary Final Exam, Part 1
    The Intermediate Exam from the past was replaced for this training job description by the Preliminary Final exam, Part 1. This exam counts towards 40% of the final grade and consists of the evaluation of technical documents, assembly of subsystems, and installations, as well as a 10-minute interview. This part takes place at the end of the second year of training.


    Final Exam, Part 2
    The second part of the final exam takes place at the end of the training and consists of the following testing areas: work order, system concept, functional and system analyses, economics, and social studies. This part counts towards 60% of the final grade.

    For more information, visit www.wbv.de or www.berufe.net