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GERMAN INDUSTRIAL MASTER CRAFTSMAN INTERNATIONAL - AUTOMOTIVE (m/f)

GERMAN INDUSTRIAL MASTER CRAFTSMAN INTERNATIONAL - AUTOMOTIVE (m/f)

The German Industrial Master Craftsman International, specialisation automotive, in the international automotive industry handles many responsibilities in the automotive industry as well as for suppliers to the industry. From middle management on, one can distinguish oneself in the field by handling and solving problems in a project oriented and multidisciplinary fashion. New automotive components, materials and drive concepts as well as an increasing focus on environmental awareness are challenges facing the industry worldwide and are subjects that this course of study focuseson. Classes will also delve into the industry’s required theoretical and practical skills and knowledge. German Industrial Master Craftsmen International, specialisation automotive, in the international automotive industry are in high demand and are best prepared to deal with the coming challenges in this growing global market.

Contents

Interdisciplinary basic qualification (BQ section) - 360 Teaching Units

  • Business management (100 TU)
  • Information, communication and planning methods (100 TU)
  • Operational cooperation (80 TU)
  • Consideration of scientific and technical laws and principles (80 TU)

 Specific operational qualification (SQ section) Automotive - 600 Teaching Units

Technology 

  • Motor mechanics (20 TU)
  • Motor management (90 TU)
  • Alternative drive systems (5 TU)
  • Drive systems (35 TU)
  • Automotive safety systems – brakes (30 TU)
  • Automotive safety systems – drivetrain (30 TU)
  • Electronic and electrical systems (70 TU

Organisation

  • Operational management (60 TU)
  • Planning, control and communication systems (60 TU)
  • Occupational safety and environmental and health protection (40 TU)

Management and personnel

  • Personnel management (60 TU)
  • Personnel development (60 TU)
  • Quality management (40 TU)

Prerequisites

Interdisciplinary basic qualification 

  1. Successful completion of a relevant course of vocational training
  2. Or successful completion of a different course of vocational training followed by two years of work experience
  3. Or at least four years of work experience

 Specific operational qualification

  1. Successfully completion of the course section “Interdisciplinary basic qualification” in the last five years and
  2. An additional year of work experience above and beyond the requirements named above.

Exceptions may be granted upon request.