What is a mechatronics engineer?
The job title includes the two most important areas of responsibility: mechanics and electrics/electronics. Mechatronics engineers work on connecting assemblies and components to form complex mechatronic systems. You will set up electrical, pneumatic or hydraulic control systems, program them yourself and ensure trouble-free operation.
What can you expect during your training as a mechatronics engineer?
After approximately two years of basic training in one of our partners’ training workshops, you will work in Geyssel’s assembly department. Here we teach you all the specialist knowledge required for the installation and commissioning of a modern elevator system. For example, you will gain an insight into the complex control systems of our products and will complete several practical stages during your practical training.
The aim is to provide you with all the knowledge required for the profession of mechatronics engineer during the 3.5 years of training and thus prepare you in the best possible way for your future career. Once you have successfully passed your final examination, we would also be delighted to have you as part of our assembly team.