Training professions

Industrial Clerk

During your apprenticeship as industrial clerk you will get to know the individual processes of an industrial company, i.e. from the enquiry to the delivery of the goods.

This includes writing offers, process orders, purchase order-related, create production orders, print delivery notes and issue invoices.

As industrial clerk you should have a basic technical knowledge and enjoy working with people because the customer and supplier contact is very important in this profession.

The period of training is usually 3 years.


Industrial Mechanic

During your apprenticeship as industrial mechanic you will learn how to manufacture work pieces according to a drawing.

The following production processes are part of your training: conventional turning, CNC turning and welding as well as metal processing such as sawing, grinding and drilling.

The largest part of your technical training will take place in our workshop. Working as an industrial mechanic offers a huge variety and presenting you with ever new challenges, because very often you have to manufacture individual parts.

Technical knowledge and manual skills are necessary conditions for this job.

The period of training is usually 3.5 years.


Mechatronics

Mechatronics are mechanics and electricians at the same time. They assemble mechanical, electromechanical, electrical and electronic components to create mechatronical systems, install control software and service systems.

From the automotive production to the washing machine, from the x-ray machine to the coffee machine nowadays almost every mechanical component is controlled electronically. Therefore the profession of a mechatronic is versatile and has a good future.

Mechatronics are employed in various industrial sectors, for example in the automotive industry, electrical industry, steel industry or in the machinery and plant engineering.

During your apprenticeship you will be responsible for the repair of our machines.

The period of training is usually 3.5 years.


Technical Product Designer

During your apprenticeship as technical production designer you will learn how to create three-dimensional drawings for components and subassemblies.

You will get to know the produciton process from the purchase order to the delivery of the goods. Production designers also create technical parts lists and designs. You will also get in touch with our customers.

The period of training is usually 3.5 years.


Machining Mechanic

As a machining mechanic, you manufacture workpieces of various shapes on conventional or computer-controlled machine tools, such as clamping fittings, nipples and pins.

You are involved in the planning of the production process and set up the machines. What is important in this profession is a good sense of proportion and a high ability to concentrate. You will spend most of your training in our filming shop. The rotary mill of Thermo Sensor GmbH has 11 CNC long-term lathes and 2 CNC milling machines.

In order to successfully complete your three-and-a-half-year training as a machining mechanic, you should have a good spatial imagination and be technically skilled. A machining mechanic must be able to calculate lengths, surfaces, room contents and angles – which is why good math skills are an advantage, especially in geometry. In addition, you should have taken good care in physics to determine material properties such as load capacity or stretchability.


Dual Studies Dual Studies in Electrical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering

Are you interested in technology and maths? And do you like to take responsibility for a team?

Then this study is just right for you. At Thermo Sensor, we offer young people the opportunity to combine an education with a degree.

This new type of training lasts about 4.5 years and includes training as a technical product designer (FR machine and plant design) as well as a bachelor of engineering degree at the FOM.

This requires a good to very good Abitur, good achievements in mathematics and the fields of science as well as an enthusiasm for technology.