Assembly electrician with Swiss Federal Certificate of Proficiency (EFZ)
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We would like to introduce you to cablex’s three federally accredited apprenticeships: electrician, network electrician with a focus on telecommunications and assembly electrician. What are we looking for in our apprentices?
An apprenticeship at cablex is the first step in a career with a future. With our nationwide presence, we offer apprenticeships at 15 locations.
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Electricians install, maintain and repair all electrical facilities in buildings. They lay cables, install switch cabinets, connect electrical devices to machines and commission them. Of particular importance when dealing with electricity is a responsible approach and precise adherence to safety regulations.
Apprenticeship duration: 4 years.
Network electricians with a focus on telecommunications install, maintain and repair data and communication networks with copper and optical fibre technologies. The main areas of activity include splicing and assembly work on copper and optical fibre cable and the provision of assistance with cable laying. Most of the work is completed outdoors and includes the underground cable networks as well as the overhead network.
Apprenticeship duration: 3 years
Assembly electricians install, maintain and repair simple electrical facilities in buildings. Their work includes the laying of cables and the installation of switching cabinets as well as the connection of electrical devices to machines. Assembly electricians generally work in teams. Of particular importance when dealing with electricity is a responsible approach and precise adherence to safety regulations.
Apprenticeship duration: 3 years.
“Training in the field of assembly electrics is varied, interesting and challenging. Every day is different, so self-discipline plays a major role in success. Training as an assembly electrician represents a solid basis for further training after completion of the vocational course, since the range of possibilities for our area of specialisation is perhaps greater than for any other profession. At the same time, good specialists are in great demand in the industry. I also think that working as an electrician is a good training ground for life. The very diverse characters and the interaction on site fosters humanity, tolerance and empathy. Alongside that, it’s not enough to just think inside the box. The working relationship with the involved trades and a basic knowledge of their work is indispensable”.
With the Electrician with Swiss Federal Certificate of Proficiency (EFZ) apprenticeship, we are contributing towards safeguarding the future of our company as well as our industry. This enables us to give motivated young people an opportunity to take a basic course of training which opens doors for them in the future. The training is a challenge which keeps the trainees and the apprentices on their toes for four years, but which leads to a successful conclusion with the vital input of all involved.
Would you like to experience a day in the life of one of these professions? cablex offers a week of work experience to all potential applicants. Contact us! We're always happy to help.