- 3 years
- 1 day of vocational training per week
- 3 industry-wide courses
Together with your team, you ensure that the power and data in a building arrive exactly where they are needed. To do this, you lay the pipes for the cables in the building shell and set the boxes for the installation of apparatus and devices. During the finishing work inside, you then pull the cables through the pipes, and install and connect the required appliances, equipment, sockets and switches. In the event of faults, you ensure the comfort that users are accustomed to is restored quickly.
You have completed compulsory education at the middle elementary school level with good to very good results.
Your strengths lie in mathematics and physics. What's more, you can communicate very well in German, both orally and in writing.
You have a flair for electrical technology issues and relationships.
Thanks to your manual dexterity and fine motor skills, you complete manual work quickly and surely.
Thanks to your resilient constitution, wind and weather won't knock you down so quickly.
You pay attention to precision, work in a focused manner and enjoy working with others. Even if there are safety precautions, you work with electricity and this requires responsible behaviour.
You like to be out and about - be it in commercial, office and industrial facilities, but also in power plants and on construction sites. Thanks to your pleasant manner, you get along with everyone without any problems.
You have no limitations when it comes to seeing colours, so you can accurately distinguish the cable colours.
Experience this exciting profession live and register with us for a taster apprenticeship.
If so, we look forward to receiving your online application for one of our advertised apprenticeship positions!
By the way, a taster session is part of our selection process when submitting an application – so you don't have to apply for a taster apprenticeship separately.
Would you like to take a closer look at the academic requirements for our three training professions or compare them with other training professions? No problem – this site offers you the chance to do just that www.anforderungsprofile.ch.
If so, we recommend that you take a look at these two sites www.elektriker.ch and www.eitswiss.ch. These will provide you with further information – including on possible career steps after your apprenticeship.
Pose your questions directly to our HR personnel in your region. You can find the contact details at the bottom of the page.