Apprenticeship at EMCO

E[M]CONOMY - Apprenticeships

 = that extra something special

Whether toolmakers, mechatronics engineers or industrial clerks, 25 years of experience in providing training and development in the fields of CNC have enabled EMCO Industrial Training Systems to fully understand what first class training needs to involve.

Mechatronics engineer

Apprenticeship period: 3.5 years
mechanical engineering, system engineering and tool building enterprises

Airplane engines and other machines and devices consist of mechanical ("mecha") and electronic ("tronic") components. Mechatronics engineers assembly and operate these systems. They also install electrical components, weld together the materials and repair the machines.

Key training areas:

  • Manufacturing and processing mechatronic parts
  • Constructing and inspecting electrical, pneumatic (compressed air driven) and hydraulic (fluid pressure driven) control systems
  • Programming, installing and servicing mechatronics systems
  • Assembling and installing mechatronic components