From the very outset, we will give you invaluable support in what really fascinates you.
We offer you particularly interesting and fascinating fields for your vocational training. We are among the best, as our results at SwissSkills and WorldSkills show. During your vocational training with us, your personal training supervisor will accompany you from the very outset. We would like to support you with your specific personal interests and talents in mind so that, together, we can work for the security of Switzerland day after day. It is important to us that we develop together with you – in the long term.
There is a wide variety of opportunities available to you. We offer training in 13 different professions. On TalentsDay, you can discover the various professions directly at our sites. In a trial apprenticeship, you will get a deeper insight into the exciting tasks that await you.
We train people in professions in different areas
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Professional training in the workshop
Do you want to help out in the workshop? Here, you will find an overview of all the vocational training courses in which you can use your manual skills.
System and equipment constructor EFZ
Automation technician EFZ
Electronics technician EFZ
Specialist in operational maintenance EFZ
Industrial painter EFZ
Multimedia electronics engineer EFZ
Multi-disciplinary technicians EFZ
Production mechanic EFZ
Design engineer EFZ
Vocational training in the office sector
Do you want to work in an office? Here we give you an overview of our vocational training courses where you can bring your communicative, digital and creative knowledge to bear.
Computer scientist EFZ
Commercial specialist EFZ
Media specialist EFZ
« My vocational training is focused on taking over the operation of the radar systems immediately after completing my apprenticeship, as a full-time employee. »