Get trained for the future with an apprenticeship from ELABO

Start your future today and find the right apprenticeship with our company.

We offer the following apprenticeships for these key jobs of the future:

Electronics technician for plant engineering

Do you find maths, physics and chemistry interesting, and like tinkering with electrical equipment in your free time? Also interested in the technical background to ‘how things work’ and want to get hands-on experience after finishing school?

Why not apply for an apprenticeship as an electronics technician for plant engineering?

This three-and-a-half-year course gives you the fundamental skills you’ll need to tackle later tasks such as the production of electromechanical and electrical assemblies, as well as the machinery and equipment used in power and control engineering.

We look forward to receiving your apprenticeship application from September 2022.

Junior industrial manager

Are you communicative, a team player, have good German skills and are interested in foreign languages? Then you tick all the boxes for this apprenticeship!

The junior industrial manager apprenticeship lasts two to three years, based on your prior education.

You will spend time working in all of the departments in our manufacturing company, gaining commercial skills and abilities. You’ll also study alongside your job at the Crailsheim vocational school two days a week.

We look forward to receiving your apprenticeship application from September 2022.

IT specialist in application development (m/f/d)

Do you have a mathematical and analytical understanding and are you interested in communication interfaces, database development and up to cloud applications?

Then simply apply for an apprenticeship as an IT specialist - application development.

In the three years of your apprenticeship, you will gain all the skills you need to develop device drivers, implement network protocols and expand our Elution® software.

We look forward to receiving your apprenticeship application starting in September 2022.

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