“Vocational training or a degree? Either way, do it with Klasmann-Deilmann!”

School’s over – so now what?

You’re about to finish school and don’t yet know what comes next? Voca­tio­nal trai­ning or a degree cour­se? An office or a work­shop? Keeping con­struc­tion machine­ry run­ning smooth­ly – or IT sys­tems, per­haps? Well, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve put toge­ther key infor­ma­ti­on on the jobs you can train for at Klasmann-Deilmann. And, if you’re still not sure, you can send an e-mail to our Trai­ning Mana­ger Mrs Andrea Bruns.

This trai­ning pro­gram­me will acquaint you with many of our depart­ments and make you into a genui­ne all-roun­der, fami­li­ar with Purcha­sing, Logi­s­tics, Human Resour­ces, Finan­ce and Sales. You can also gain expe­ri­ence of pro­duct deve­lop­ment and at advi­sing our cust­o­m­ers.

  • You have a good inter­me­dia­te secon­da­ry school-lea­ving cer­ti­fi­ca­te (Ger­man: Real­schul­ab­schluss) or equi­va­lent, and/or a busi­ness qua­li­fi­ca­ti­on from a spe­cia­li­sed voca­tio­nal school (Ger­man: Abschluss der Berufs­fach­schu­le Wirt­schaft) or equi­va­lent, a voca­tio­nal school qua­li­fi­ca­ti­on at upper secon­da­ry level (Ger­man: Fach­ober­schul­rei­fe) or equi­va­lent, a qua­li­fi­ca­ti­on ent­it­ling you to stu­dy at a Ger­man tech­ni­cal col­le­ge / uni­ver­si­ty of app­lied sci­en­ces (Ger­man: Fach­hoch­schul­rei­fe) or equi­va­lent, or a gene­ral hig­her-edu­ca­ti­on entran­ce qua­li­fi­ca­ti­on (Ger­man: all­ge­mei­ne Hoch­schul­rei­fe) or equi­va­lent
  • You have a good com­mand of writ­ten and spo­ken Ger­man and Eng­lish, and you’re con­fi­dent working with num­bers
  • This trai­ning pro­gram­me lasts 3 years. Depen­ding on your edu­ca­tio­nal back­ground, you may be able to mana­ge it in 2 or 2 ½ years

With this qua­li­fi­ca­ti­on, you’ll know your way around net­works and IT in gene­ral. You’ll be able to set up IT infra­struc­tu­re and are high­ly pro­fi­ci­ent at instal­ling hard­ware and soft­ware. You’ll also be a user sup­port spe­cia­list and res­pon­si­ble for sys­tem moni­to­ring.

  • For this trai­ning pro­gram­me you will need a good inter­me­dia­te secon­da­ry school-lea­ving cer­ti­fi­ca­te (Real­schul­ab­schluss) or equi­va­lent, or a qua­li­fi­ca­ti­on as a cer­ti­fied IT tech­ni­ci­an (Ger­man equi­va­lent: staat­lich geprüf­ter Tech­ni­scher Assis­tent für Infor­ma­tik) or an admi­nis­tra­tor for busi­ness infor­ma­ti­on sys­tems (Ger­man equi­va­lent: kauf­män­ni­scher Assis­tent für Wirt­schafts­in­for­ma­tik). Alter­na­tive­ly, you have a voca­tio­nal school qua­li­fi­ca­ti­on at upper secon­da­ry level (Ger­man: Fach­ober­schul­rei­fe) or equi­va­lent, an entran­ce qua­li­fi­ca­ti­on for a Ger­man tech­ni­cal col­le­ge / uni­ver­si­ty of app­lied sci­en­ces (Ger­man: Fach­hoch­schul­rei­fe) or equi­va­lent, or a gene­ral hig­her-edu­ca­ti­on entran­ce qua­li­fi­ca­ti­on (Ger­man: all­ge­mei­ne Hoch­schul­rei­fe) or equi­va­lent.
  • Your Ger­man and Eng­lish are good and you have no trou­ble with maths
  • This trai­ning pro­gram­me lasts 3 years

You are a skil­led com­mu­ni­ca­tor and good at con­vin­cing others of your ide­as. We’ll show you how pro­mo­tio­nal stra­te­gies and cam­pai­gns ori­gi­na­te. You will learn how to inde­pendent­ly deve­lop con­cep­tu­al solu­ti­ons for dif­fe­rent media and to com­mer­ci­al­ly imple­ment them.

  • For this trai­ning pro­gram­me you will need a uni­ver­si­ty entran­ce qua­li­fi­ca­ti­on, eit­her with an aca­de­mic (Ger­man: Abitur, or equi­va­lent) or voca­tio­nal (Ger­man: Fach­ab­itur, or equi­va­lent) empha­sis. Howe­ver, hol­ders of an inter­me­dia­te secon­da­ry school-lea­ving cer­ti­fi­ca­te (Real­schul­ab­schluss) will also have a good chan­ce – impress us with your crea­ti­ve app­li­ca­ti­on!
  • As well as an inte­rest in mar­ke­ting, adver­ti­sing and sales, you enjoy making new con­tacts and cont­ri­bu­ting your ide­as wit­hin the com­pa­ny
  • This is a 3-year trai­ning pro­gram­me

As a Con­struc­tion Equip­ment Ope­ra­tor, you’ll be nee­ded for a wide ran­ge of struc­tu­ral and civil engi­nee­ring pro­jects in main­ten­an­ce, pro­duc­tion and peat extrac­tion ope­ra­ti­ons. What we need here are peop­le who are not inti­mi­da­ted by huge trac­tors, earth­mo­ving dozers, exca­va­tors, wheel loa­ders and fork-lift trucks. If this is you, you’ll fit in well here.

  • The main requi­re­ment is a very good lower secon­da­ry (Ger­man: Haupt­schu­le) or a good inter­me­dia­te (Ger­man: Real­schu­le) school-lea­ving cer­ti­fi­ca­te or equi­va­lent.
  • You should be inte­rested in engi­nee­ring but also be good at Ger­man, maths and phy­sics
  • This trai­ning pro­gram­me lasts 3 years
  • You will obtain all the necessa­ry operator’s licen­ces as part of the pro­gram­me

At Klasmann-Deilmann, a mal­func­tio­n­ing sys­tem or pie­ce of machine­ry could mean that things grind to a stand­still. As an Elec­tro­nics Engi­neer spe­cia­li­sing in ope­ra­ting tech­no­lo­gy, your job is to make sure it doesn’t come to that and that ever­y­thing works pro­per­ly. From plan­ning and instal­la­ti­on to main­ten­an­ce and trou­ble­shoo­ting. After this trai­ning, you’ll know your way around electri­cal instal­la­ti­ons – from low vol­ta­ges up to 10,000 V.

  • For this trai­ning pro­gram­me, you should have at least a good lower (Ger­man: Haupt­schu­le) or inter­me­dia­te (Ger­man: Real­schu­le) secon­da­ry school-lea­ving cer­ti­fi­ca­te
  • As well as having a good com­mand of Ger­man and being good at maths and phy­sics, you will be inte­rested in electri­cal engi­nee­ring and how tech­ni­cal things work
  • This is a 3 ½-year pro­gram­me

It’s befo­re an important pie­ce of machine­ry actual­ly mal­func­tions that the indus­tri­al mecha­nics at Klasmann-Deilmann come into their own. With this qua­li­fi­ca­ti­on your job is to make sure that our machine­ry and pro­duc­tion sys­tems are always ful­ly ope­ra­tio­nal. You’ll iden­ti­fy pro­blems, order the spa­re parts or make them yours­elf. To this end, you’ll learn tech­ni­ques for turning and mil­ling, dril­ling and grin­ding, screwing and wel­ding.

  • You should have a good lower secon­da­ry (Ger­man: Haupt­schu­le) or an inter­me­dia­te (Ger­man: Real­schu­le) secon­da­ry school-lea­ving cer­ti­fi­ca­te or equi­va­lent, and have done metal­work at a spe­cia­list voca­tio­nal school (Ger­man: Berufs­fach­schu­le Metall) or equi­va­lent
  • You are good at Ger­man, maths and phy­sics. You also have a skil­led hand and you are keen to know how tech­ni­cal equip­ment works
  • This trai­ning pro­gram­me lasts 3 ½ years

As the name sug­gests, indus­tri­al engi­neers need to be at home in the worlds of both indus­try and engi­nee­ring. So this cour­se of stu­dy will fami­li­a­ri­se you with both. The hands-on trai­ning part of the degree at Klasmann-Deilmann invol­ves both commercial/administrative are­as and our tech­ni­cal depart­ments. After gra­dua­ti­on you will have a wide ran­ge of care­er pro­s­pects as a pro­ject and ope­ra­ting engi­neer, a pro­duc­tion and ope­ra­ting engi­neer, a sales engi­neer, in pro­duct manage­ment and in tech­ni­cal con­trol.

  • You have a gene­ral hig­her-edu­ca­ti­on entran­ce qua­li­fi­ca­ti­on (Ger­man: all­ge­mei­ne Hoch­schul­rei­fe, or equi­va­lent), are inte­rested in the busi­ness side of things, have a good tech­ni­cal under­stan­ding, and are strong at maths and Ger­man
  • This ‘dual’ (com­bi­ned voca­tio­nal trai­ning und degree) pro­gram­me lasts 3 years, with the oppor­tu­ni­ty to take exami­na­ti­ons to qua­li­fy as an Indus­tri­al Busi­ness Manage­ment Assis­tant (Industriekaufmann/Industriekauffrau) or Indus­tri­al Mecha­nic (Industriemechaniker/in) on com­ple­ti­on of the first peri­od of trai­ning (at the end of the fourth semes­ter)
  • Spe­cia­li­sa­ti­on opti­ons from Semes­ter 4 onwards: Pro­duc­tion Manage­ment, Pro­ject Manage­ment, Pro­duct Manage­ment, Sales Manage­ment, Tech­ni­cal Con­trol

As a busi­ness IT spe­cia­list, you are fami­li­ar with plan­ning, deve­lop­ment, imple­men­ta­ti­on and the ope­ra­ti­on of infor­ma­ti­on-pro­ces­sing sys­tems. You know how to set up com­pu­ter-based pro­ces­ses such that they meet busi­ness requi­re­ments.

  • You need a gene­ral hig­her-edu­ca­ti­on entran­ce qua­li­fi­ca­ti­on (Ger­man: all­ge­mei­ne Hoch­schul­rei­fe)
  • You are inte­rested in the busi­ness side of things, have a good tech­ni­cal under­stan­ding, and your strengths inclu­de Ger­man, Eng­lish and maths
  • The trai­ning pro­gram­me lasts 3 years, with alter­na­ting pha­ses of class­room and prac­tical instruc­tion
  • Spe­cia­li­sa­ti­on opti­ons from Semes­ter 4 onwards at Osna­brück Uni­ver­si­ty of App­lied Sci­en­ces: Infor­ma­ti­on Manage­ment or IT Infra­struc­tu­re Manage­ment, e-Busi­ness or IT Con­sul­ting, and Mar­ke­ting of Infor­ma­ti­on and Com­mu­ni­ca­ti­ons Sys­tems

As a qua­li­fied Busi­ness Admi­nis­tra­tor, you have what it takes to be a true all-roun­der and can work in a wide ran­ge of are­as: in Purcha­sing, Finan­ce, Logi­s­tics, Mar­ke­ting or Sales. You can also put your know­ledge to good use in Human Resour­ce Manage­ment, in Cor­po­ra­te Gover­nan­ce, in Pro­ject Manage­ment or in Con­trol­ling.

  • You need a gene­ral hig­her-edu­ca­ti­on entran­ce qua­li­fi­ca­ti­on (Ger­man: all­ge­mei­ne Hoch­schul­rei­fe) and are strong at Ger­man and maths
  • This ‘dual’ (com­bi­ned voca­tio­nal trai­ning und degree) pro­gram­me takes 3 years with alter­na­ting work­place and uni­ver­si­ty pha­ses
  • Spe­cia­li­sa­ti­on opti­ons from Semes­ter 4 onwards at Osna­brück Uni­ver­si­ty of App­lied Sci­en­ces Con­trol­ling, Human Resour­ce Manage­ment, Logi­s­tics, Mar­ke­ting, Cor­po­ra­te Gover­nan­ce

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