- 3 years
- 1 day of vocational training per week
- 10 industry-wide courses
Together with your team, you enable global communication and data exchanges - between people and/or machines. You lay, install, connect and maintain data and communications networks - from the telephone exchange, to the customer's house connection, to mobile communication antennas. You will be let in on the secrets of copper and fibre optic technology and, at the end of your apprenticeship, you will be able to analyse and fix faults or problems. Whether in the cable shaft or on the pylon - you work primarily outdoors in a team and are on the road a lot.
You have completed compulsory education at the middle elementary school level with very good results or at the upper elementary school level with 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 are enthusiastic about technology and are good with your hands. You can therefore lend a hand physically as well as with a lot of consideration when needed.
You prefer to work outside and discover new areas instead of sitting inside at the same desk all the time.
You can always be relied on - you're a real team player and know what's important. Thanks to your pleasant manner, you get along with everyone without any problems.
Thanks to your resilient constitution, wind and weather won't knock you down so quickly. What's more, airy heights and narrow shafts are not a problem for you.
Grazie al tuo modo di lavorare concentrato e preciso, per te «responsabilità» non è solo una parola.
You have good vision and hearing and no limitations when it comes to seeing 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 this site www.netzelektriker.ch. This will provide you with further information – including on possible career steps after your apprenticeship.
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