Our Training

Training that you enjoy, that’s varied, in which you can master challenges and demonstrate your skills is everything when it comes to a successful future in your profession. This page provides detailed information on the requirements, tasks, course and activity of your dream vocational training.

Electronics Engineer for Automation Technology

As a provider of high-complexity intralogistics systems, it’s important that everything functions smoothly, otherwise entire production, sorting and shipping processes will come to a halt. Our automation technicians are electrical specialists who ensure that our systems run without faults.

 

Tasks

  • Installing pneumatic, hydraulic and electrical drive systems and assemblies of electrical control and regulation technology
  • Installing and configuring components and devices, operating systems and networks
  • Connecting components to complex automation systems
  • Handover and instruction of operating personnel
  • Maintaining, inspecting and servicing automation systems, as well as fault analysis and repair of older systems

Requirements

School leaving certificate:

  • General certificate of secondary education
  • School leaving certificate level I
  • A-level equivalent

Skills:

  • Technical understanding
  • Enjoy working with electronic/electrotechnical devices
  • Careful way of working
  • Good ability to concentrate
  • Good sight and hearing to allow you to work with differently coloured lines and auditory signals

 

Timeline and Vocational School

Training is for 3.5 years in total. The vocational school at which you will learn the theoretical basics is the Werner von Siemens Schule in Mannheim. You will be taught in blocks. In other words, you will come to GEBHARDT for two weeks and be at the school in the third week. There will then be another two weeks of practical experience at GEBHARDT.

 

Future Prospects

Once they have completed their training with us, our trainees find employment in a range of areas. Whether in our own electrical workshop, final assembly or even in field assembly on our customers’ premises.

 

You can see what open training positions we have here!

IT Specialist for Application Development

Modern software and computer technologies are essential when it comes to setting our systems in motion. Which is where our IT specialists for application development come in as software specialists. They develop and program our in-house software solutions, and support exciting projects.

 

Tasks

  • Realising and implementing software applications
  • Installing and configuring existing software
  • Projects for development of application solutions
  • Technical, organisational and commercial quality assurance
  • Creating, developing, maintaining and adapting programs
  • Troubleshooting with diagnosis systems

 

Requirements

School leaving certificate:

  • General certificate of secondary education
  • School leaving certificate level I
  • A-level equivalent

Skills:

  • Logical reasoning
  • Enjoy working with hardware and software systems
  • Careful way of working
  • Good ability to concentrate

 

Timeline and Vocational School

Training is for 3 years in total. The vocational school at which you will learn the theoretical basics is the Hubert Sternberg Schule in Wiesloch. You will be taught in blocks. In other words, you will come to GEBHARDT for two weeks and be at the school in the third week. There will then be another two weeks of practical experience at GEBHARDT.

 

Future Prospects

Once they have completed their training with us, our trainees find employment in a range of areas. These include our software, control system and IT departments.

 

You can see what open training positions we have here!

IT Specialist for System Integration

The needs and requirements in terms of software and hardware require ongoing analysis and compilation in networks. Which is where our IT specialists for system integration come in. They are the IT specialists who help to ensure that the installed technology runs smoothly, and realise customer-specific IT solutions.

 

Tasks

  • Realising complex solutions for IT systems
  • Networking hardware and software components to create sophisticated systems
  • Installing and configuring networked IT systems
  • Connecting components to complex automation systems
  • Handover, instruction and training of personnel
  • Troubleshooting
  • Supporting a wide range of specialist areas, including communication
  • Checking and maintaining IT systems

 

Requirements

School leaving certificate:

  • General certificate of secondary education
  • School leaving certificate level I
  • A-level equivalent

Skills:

  • Logical reasoning
  • Enjoy working with hardware and software systems
  • Careful way of working
  • Good concentration and communication skills

 

Timeline and Vocational School

Training is for 3 years in total. The vocational school at which you will learn the theoretical basics is the Hubert Sternberg Schule in Wiesloch. You will be taught in blocks. In other words, you will come to GEBHARDT for two weeks and be at the school in the third week. There will then be another two weeks of practical experience at GEBHARDT.

 

Future Prospects

Once they have completed their training with us, our trainees find employment in a range of areas. These include in user service, in the support of network and client/server systems and in data centres.

 

You can see what open training positions we have here!

Industrial Salesperson

To be able to meet the needs of our customers, we produce continuously, purchase raw materials, accessories and new machinery, maintain systems and are in contact with our clients worldwide. This involves a wide range of commercial tasks, which makes our industrial salespeople true ‘all-rounders’. They generate quotes, ensure that we never run out of materials, monitor production costs and create creative advertising measures.

 

Tasks

  • Processing and completing goods purchases, starting with the order through to order tracking and incoming goods inspections
  • Controlling production processes
  • Determining staff requirements and processing wage and salary payments
  • Preparing customer quotes and invoices
  • Posting accounts payable and receivable invoices

 

Requirements

School leaving certificate:

  • General certificate of secondary education
  • School leaving certificate level I
  • A-level equivalent

Skills:

  • Enjoy working in business situations
  • Good mode of expression
  • Open nature and sociability
  • Careful way of working
  • Good organisational qualities

 

Timeline and Vocational School

Training is for 3 years in total. The vocational school at which you will learn the theoretical basics is the Max Weber Schule in Sinsheim. You will be taught on a part-time basis. This means that you will spend 1.5 days a week in school and the remainder at GEBHARDT receiving practical experience.

 

Future Prospects

Once they have completed their training with us, our trainees find employment in a range of areas. Depending on interests and skills, this may be in purchasing, accounting, marketing, HR, service or sales.

 

You can see what open training positions we have here!

Industrial Mechanic for Machine and Systems Engineering

To produce our systems, we require a variety of components and individual parts. Our industrial mechanics are specialists in turning and milling work, welding technology, and understand how pneumatic, electronic and mechanical components interact. This allows them to create devices and systems from individual components.

 

Tasks

  • Mechanical production and processing of a wide range of materials and components (workpieces) for conveyor systems.
  • Carrying out turning and milling work
  • Operating CNC-controlled machine tools
  • Undertaking checks on manufactured components, and troubleshooting where necessary

 

Requirements

School leaving certificate:

  • General certificate of secondary education
  • School leaving certificate level I
  • A-level equivalent

Skills:

  • Technical understanding
  • Enjoy hands-on work and tinkering
  • Accuracy and care
  • Craftsmanship

 

Timeline and Vocational School

Training is for 3.5 years in total. The vocational school at which you will learn the theoretical basics is the Friedrich Hecker Schule in Sinsheim. In your first year, you will spend four days a week at the vocational school and complete one year at the vocational school for metalworking. During this time, you will spend one day a week with us. Your school will decide which day this is. The second and third years will follow once you have completed your first. Your training will then take place in part-time format. This means that you will have one day at school per week, and two days every other week. The remainder of your time will be spent at GEBHARDT acquiring practical experience.

 

Future Prospects

Once they have completed their training with us, our trainees find employment in a range of production areas. Whether in our own turning shop, metalworking shop, roller and curve engineering, pre- or final assembly, or even in field assembly on our customers’ premises.

 

You can see what open training positions we have here!

Mechatronics Engineer

Our intralogistics systems and machinery comprise mechanical and electrical components and programmable logic controllers. Mechatronics engineers are specialists in all three areas, assembling machinery, commissioning and operating machinery and ensuring ongoing maintenance and repair.

 

Tasks

  • Assembling mechanical components
  • Turning, filing and milling
  • Operating CNC-controlled machine tools
  • Installing pneumatic, hydraulic and electrical drive systems and assemblies of electrical control and regulation technology
  • Installing and configuring components and devices, operating systems and networks
  • Connecting components to complex automation systems
  • Handover and instruction of operating personnel
  • Maintaining, inspecting and servicing complete systems, as well as fault analysis and repair of older systems

 

Requirements

School leaving certificate:

  • General certificate of secondary education
  • School leaving certificate level I
  • A-level equivalent

Skills:

  • Technical understanding
  • Enjoy hands-on work
  • Craftsmanship
  • Enjoy working with electronic/electrotechnical devices
  • Careful and precise work
  • Good concentration skills

 

Timeline and Vocational School

Training is for 3.5 years in total. The vocational school at which you will learn the theoretical basics is the Erhart Schott Schule in Schwetzingen. You will be taught on a part-time basis. This means that you will have one day at school per week, and two days every other week. The remainder of your time will be spent at GEBHARDT acquiring essential practical experience.

 

Future Prospects

Once they have completed their training with us, our trainees find employment in a range of production areas. Whether in our electronics department, pre- or final assembly, or even in field assembly on our customers’ premises.

 

You can see what open training positions we have here!

Tech. Product Designer for Machine and Systems Construction

Before we can launch new technical products and machinery, we need to prepare precise, customised drawings. Our technical product designers are CAD experts and prepare construction manuals containing information on components, composition with other machine parts and the location of electrical circuits.

 

Tasks

  • Scale drawings of conveyor systems using suitable programs
  • Developing and designing individual components, from conveyor systems to entire projects
  • Creating parts lists
  • Maintaining product documentation
  • Configuring and storing important information for production and assembly

 

Requirements

School leaving certificate:

  • General certificate of secondary education
  • School leaving certificate level I
  • A-level equivalent

Skills:

  • Technical understanding
  • Creativity
  • Enjoy drawing
  • Good spatial imagination
  • Careful working

 

Timeline and Vocational School

Training is for 3.5 years in total. The vocational school at which you will learn the theoretical basics is the Carl Bosch Schule in Heidelberg. Training will follow the dual programme system, alternating between theoretical and practical phases. You will be taught in blocks. In other words, you will come to GEBHARDT for two weeks and be at the school in the third week. There will then be another two weeks of practical experience at GEBHARDT.

 

Future Prospects

Once they have completed their training with us, our trainees find employment in a range of areas. Depending on their interests and skills, these areas range from design to standardisation and project planning.

 

You can see what open training positions we have here!