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GERMAN INDUSTRIAL MASTER CRAFTSMAN INTERNATIONAL - ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (m/f)

GERMAN INDUSTRIAL MASTER CRAFTSMAN INTERNATIONAL - ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (m/f)

The increasing use of electronics and microelectronics has lead to fundamental changes in the working and organisational structures in companies of every size which has also put additional pressures on management. The electrical industry is constantly experiencing innovations in structure, production and processes and presents workers in this industry with a steady stream of new challenges. The German Industrial Master Craftsman International, specialisation electrical engineering, is needed in industrial companies as well as in companies in the electronics industry, power industry and companies involved in the manufacture of machines, tools and automobiles. This international course of study provides the skills and knowledge required to work as a leading specialist in the areas of production, maintenance, power supply as well as in companies involved in the manufacture of machines, tools and automobiles. Graduates of this program are in high demand world wide because they promise the advantages of German know-how and quality control.

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) Electrical engineering - 600 Teaching Units

Technology (each 280 TU)

  • Infrastructure systems and production engineering

or

  • automation and information technology

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.