Apprenticeship at BFFT: Motor vehicle mechatronic systems and high voltage technology (m/f)
Your scholastic job track is about to enter the home stretch. Do you find yourself trying to decide in which direction you would like to take your professional life? As one of the best-liked employers in Germany, BFFT makes it possible for professionally experienced persons to not only apply their skills and qualifications but to develop them. So also do young persons and students discover offers from Gaimersheim and Ingolstadt for advanced training as electronic and automotive specialists.
Alongside our exciting vocational training, we offer modern workplaces, monthly events for employees as well as a flat hierarchy and a special working atmosphere. We invest a lot and include all apprentices in responsible assignments early on with the clear goal of also employing them after their apprenticeship ends, assuming the necessary aptitude and interest. They can then enjoy a rich variety of challenges that won’t allow their workday ever to become routine.
Automotive mechatronic systems and high voltage technology (m/f) is one of five possible fields of study at BFFT. The range of assignments for an apprentice in this field is varied: thus you can, among other things, take over the maintenance of automotive vehicles, test automotive systems, carry out repairs, and equip vehicles with auxiliary devices, optional extras as well as accessories. Before apprentices can carry out these activities independently, they learn to put automotive systems into operation and to test them. Additional training elements include the equipping, modifying and retrofitting of vehicles. Not to mention the diagnosis, repair and assembly of components, assemblies and systems that prospective automotive mechatronic technicians also undertake.
The apprenticeship lasts 3.5 years. In the process, you will spend time in the following BFFT departments:
- Training garage
- Vehicle integration
- Driver assistance systems
- High voltage workshop
- Test engineering
Would you like to learn more about the educational directions available at BFFT, the assignments and the application process? Then take a look at the vocational training page on BFFT’s website or in our current printed brochure, “My Training at BFFT”.