Career profile and prospects
The demand for cost-effectiveness, environmental compatibility, safety and ease of operation of electrical machines and systems can only be met by qualified specialists in the technical management of industry and crafts.
Team skills, human resource management skills and the ability to act cost-consciously and problem-oriented are particularly encouraged during training. Our holistic vocational qualification enables graduates to meet the requirements of these leadership tasks.
State-certified electrical engineers with a focus on energy technology and process automation are active in the field of electrical measurement, control and automation technology, applied electronics, information and data technology as well as energy generation, energy transport and energy distribution.
Electrotechnical complexities are taught through practice-oriented tasks.
The interests and professional experiences of the students determine the manifold and individual focus of the lessons.
Projects in collaboration with public and private employers or cross-curricular and reality-related tasks within the school are compulsory.
Current data processing tools are applied throughout the entire course. Excursions deepen the access to practical application.