Electronics Engineer

Electronic technicians make electronic circuits and develop software. You manufacture electronics products, as well as plan and monitor their assembly. You carry out measurement, testing and maintenance work, as well as commissioning.

What Will You Learn about Being an Electronics Engineer?

You will work alongside specialists to develop and produce electronic hardware and software. You will be involved with orders and projects, and creating technical documents. You will produce electronic devices and systems, take measurements, perform tests, and carry out commissioning and maintenance work.

Your training will involve getting to know how we operate by spending time in various departments. You will gain an insight into the entire material flow and watch how our devices are transformed from an individual component into a finished product.

Typical Work:

  • Soldering electronic components
  • Measuring circuits
  • Function control of electronic circuits
  • Developing circuit boards
  • Programming microcontrollers

Prerequisites:

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Good grades in mathematics
  • Logical thinking
  • Good computer skills
  • Abstract thinking

Training Duration

Basic training as an electronic engineer takes four years and finishes with a Swiss Federal Diploma of Vocational Education and Training.

Your four-year training program will be adapted in line with your school schedule so that you are able to combine the theoretical and practical elements of the course. At the end of your studies, you will be in an ideal position to successfully enter the job market thanks to the skills you have learned during your training.

Are You Interested in Taking Part in a Trial Course?

Erika Windlin is looking forward to getting to know you.

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Your contact
Erika Windlin

Erika Windlin is the team leader for human resources at Leister AG and is responsible for salary payments and training.