Wouldn’t it be great to be trained to a top level in only four years?
At the Kematen/Ybbs location in Austria we train apprentices every year beginning in September to become a “Design Engineer (m/f/o) – Mechanical Engineering” or a "Design Engineer (m/f/o) – Electrical Engineering" .
The apprenticeship training is led by our dedicated apprentice trainer Andreas Leichtfried. He will personally accompany you throughout the years of your apprenticeship. The four-year training is based on the three pillars of theory – practice – personality development. At the apprentice office, our specialist departments and the vocational school in Linz you will acquire all the specialist knowledge you need for your profession. We also offer you the opportunity to complete some modules of your practical training in Mödling and Brno (Czech Republic). If you are interested, you can also complete the A-levels (“high school diploma”) during your apprenticeship.
The best conditions for your teaching success
Above all, you need to be a team player, reliable and willing to learn. The following skills and knowledge will help you through the apprenticeship more easily:
- Spatial imagination
- Technical understanding
- Talent for dealing with numbers
- Ability to concentrate
- Problem-solving ability
What we offer
- Versatile training program
- Insight into different departments
- Attractive bonus system
- Discounts and benefits from the Knorr-Bremse employee offers
- Healthy lunch - free of charge for apprentices
- Apprenticeship with high school diploma
- Possibility of an internship abroad
- Opportunities for advancement - also internationally
With an apprenticeship as a design engineer in the rail vehicle industry, you decide to work in a safe and future-oriented industry.
As a designer with a focus on mechanical engineering, you create detailed drawings of sheet metal, cast and plastic parts, profiles and so on that are required for the products.Read more
The main task of a designer with a focus on electrical engineering is the creation of circuit diagrams and the clarification of electrical components such as door buttons and warning sounders.Read more