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Electronics technician EFZ

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Electronics technicians manufacture electronic devices or systems, carry out measuring and testing work, commissioning or maintenance work. As the global market leader in automated cable processing, we open up a fascinating world to you. With dedicated trainers and a good working atmosphere, we offer you the apprenticeship you are looking for.

As an electronics technician, you develop and implement electronic circuits and computer programs. You work in a team with other specialists. Processing orders and projects, monitoring manufacturing processes for electronic products, creating technical documents such as development reports - these are just some of your tasks.

Electronics technicians also manufacture electronic devices or systems, carry out measuring and testing work and are responsible for commissioning and maintenance.

The in-company training consists on the one hand of a basic training, which is broadly based, and on the other hand of an in-depth training in at least two fields of activity. The choice of the fields of activity depends on our possibilities and your inclinations and abilities.

What you should know

Apprenticeship period: 4 years
⁠Next start of apprenticeship: August 2024
⁠Main training location: Komax AG, Industriestrasse 6, 6036 Dierikon
School: Emmen Vocational School

What you do exactly

  • Developing electronic circuits

  • Creation of manufacturing documents (e.g. schematics)

  • Manufacturing electronic assemblies and assembling entire devices

  • Measuring and testing electronic circuits, devices or entire machines

  • Working out control and test procedures

  • Writing protocols, documentation and reports

  • Developing customer-specific solutions

  • Program development: creating software

  • Building prototypes and test setups

  • Error analysis and troubleshooting of electronic circuits or entire machines

  • Production support

What you should bring with you

The focus is on the technical/craft direction, so an interest in this area is an advantage. At Komax, we also offer optimal conditions for women to succeed in STEM professions (mathematics, information technology, natural sciences and technology).

School requirements

Secondary school (level A) or cantonal school with a good degree

Personal requirements

  • Pleasure in experimenting and tinkering; respectively in technology in general
  • Interest and good performance in mathematics and physics
  • Pleasure in working with computers
  • Eagerness to learn, ability to think analytically, ability to think abstractly and precise way of working
  • Well-developed ability to express oneself verbally and in writing
  • Ability to work in a team

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Michael Lüthold

Apprentice instructor Electronics technician EFZ