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Would you like to find out more? Then visit www.siemens.com If you are interested in applying for a place on our Appreticeship Scheme, please go to www.siemens.de/ausbildung If you have questions, please contact: NWE (Denmark, Ireland, Poland, UK, FinBaltics) to: [email protected] CEE (Austria, Czech Republic, Slovakia) to: [email protected] SWE (Belgium, Spain, France, Greece, Portugal) to: [email protected]

Siemens Technical Education for Europeans – Apprenticeship Scheme Program starting : August 1st, 2012

Don’t just take our word for

Jérémy Marpaux Apprentice @ Siemens France

Karina Anders, Apprentice @ Siemens Austria

What our apprentices have to say

It may seem daunting to start your career abroad, but you can rest assured that the other apprentices who join the scheme are in the same position. This is what some of our current apprentices have to say:

Jérémy Marpaux

After my initial technical training, I decided “I am now in my third year as an IT apprentice @ to become an apprentice studying electronic Siemens and am particularly interested in dealing and industrial computer science. This path with hardware and IT equipment. seemed to be the best route to start my During my apprenticeship @ Siemens, I have had professional career. Siemens offered the the opportunity to work on the Solaris main frame most interesting training programme and the computer system which controls power grids scope of my role sounded very interesting. worldwide when I had a placement in the Are you still at school, college or university, but thinking about what to do with your future? I’ve been working within the Industrial Gas Infrastructure & Cities Sector. During my placement, Analyzers Industry Dept at the Industry I learnt how to install and update software. I loved Are you thinking about leaving college universitybecause after finishing A Levelsoftware leaving and Automation site in Haguenau sinceschool, 2009. In thisorplacement it combined or university to start earningand straighthardware away – but want an excellent job with my college job, I design and perform hardware applications. I could also learnbrilliant a lot about software for use Do in the careertests prospects? youdifferent have the motivation work and studyapplications whilst getting theand usecommitment of controls &to instrumentation in production process steps. energy grids. paid and achieve qualifications along the way? With Siemens, you can have your cake and eat it. I’ll graduate as an Engineer in September As part of my apprenticeship, I have also attended a 2013. This experience enables me to number of additional training courses such as Siemens offers a full range of opportunities supported by development programs specifically combine theory and professional experience English courses and achieved the ECDL qualification tailored to suit the needs of everyone, from school leavers through graduates. All of our and participates in developing my (European Computer Driving License). development cognized qualifications. If you are looking for a operational skills.programs lead to nationally reOnce I have completed my apprenticeship, I would rewarding and challenging career, this is thelove industry you.Mechatronics programme!” to gofor to the

Your Future Starts Here



Karina Anders

Why join Siemens?


What is an Apprentice?


Your apprenticeship at Siemens


Benefits you will enjoy


Our Apprenticeship Scheme


What our Apprentices have to say



Our Apprenticeship Scheme

What is an Apprentice?

Apprenticeship in Mechatronics… Æ

operate in a broad field that varies from installation of assembly lines, to repairs of production machines to programming of control systems


work on the installation and maintenance of complex machines, facilities and systems in the construction and machine assembly industry

Apprenticeship in Electrical/Electronic Engineering… Æ

are deployed in the fields of electrical power supply- and Communication & Information technology as well as in lighting technology


work on the installation and maintenance of complex production lines (e.g. in the paper industry or in the production of investment goods), the manufacturing of control gears or electrical power supply An apprenticeship at Siemens is a formalized career training program that offers a combination of structured onthe-job training and related technical instruction to our employees to train them in an occupation that demands a high level of skill. The scheme plays a key role in your success, since it connects your learning directly to the world of work. It’s about learning, working and building a career together. The training standards are industry-driven and can open up many avenues in the world of manufacturing and engineering. We currently recruit Craft and Technical Apprentices. Craft Apprentices usually work within Manufacturing and would go on to undertake roles as fitters, turners and machinists, whilst Technical Apprentices would usually be destined for roles in Manufacturing or Design Engineering. As a Company, we wholeheartedly support our Apprentices and the training programs they




Your apprenticeship at Siemens Our apprenticeship training program is based in Berlin and runs for 3.5 years, starting 1st of August 2012 with an integration program that includes German lessons.

Apprenticeships in

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Mechatronics Electrical/Electronic Engineering

Placements during training

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Assignment sectors: Industry, Energy, Infrastructure & Cities Location: Berlin

Training on the job

Assignment after education


On the job trainings from 11 weeks up to 29 weeks p.a. in the Industry, Energy, Infrastructure & Cities plants in Berlin Thereof possible 4 weeks in the home country

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Assignment in the home country Mentorship program in the home country during the apprenticeship


Target group of participants

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Candidates with willingness to learn German High school graduates University students who wish to take a change in direction University graduates



IHK (Chamber of commerce) exam in German only


As soon as you join, you will also be taking home a decent “earn while you learn” salary, which has the potential to grow as you gain more experience. In year one you will earn 785 € per month, rising to 921 € per month in year four (as per current bargaining agreement). 30 days’ holiday Accomodation in Berlin Integration Assistance (e.g. IHK registration, bank-account etc. ) 1-2 paid home flights during apprenticeship German and English lessons throughout the program …and much more



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Benefits you will enjoy Training: We are fully committed to providing the best training for our Apprentices and you’ll benefit every day. Over the course of your apprenticeship, you will be learning a great deal both at the training centre and on the job. You will also be assigned a personal mentor to guide you through the relevant stages, providing continual support. Over time, you will take on more responsibility and accountability as your skills, knowledge and expertise increase. The benefits and advantages are outstanding – yes, you learn an occupation, but you also learn craftsmanship and the importance of doing things right first time.

Mentoring: We will assign you a mentor in your home country who will ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾

Support your development by increasing exposure and supporting personal development Provide constructive feedback on a quarterly basis Encourage you to break new grounds to approach business situations Share his/her own experiences/stories including mistakes Refer you to other colleagues

Further development: If you have got what it takes, Siemens can offer you the opportunity to develop your career further. Siemens Professional Education (SPE) offers part time and distance learning opportunities Depending on Cluster / Country, Siemens offers a variety of professional programs to develop your career further.


Why join Siemens? Siemens AG (Berlin and Munich) is a global powerhouse in electronics and electrical engineering, operating in the fields of industry, energy and healthcare as well as providing infrastructure solutions, primarily for cities and metropolitan areas. For over 160 years, Siemens has stood for technological excellence, innovation, quality, reliability and internationality. The company is the world's largest provider of environmental technologies. Around 40 percent of its total revenue stems from green products and solutions. In fiscal 2011, which ended on September 30, 2011, revenue from continuing operations totaled €73.5 billion and net income from continuing operations €7.0 billion. At the end of September 2011, Siemens had around 360,000 employees worldwide on the basis of continuing operations.


We are a fully integrated technology company actively operating in more than 190 countries. We’re the global market leader in many fields, offering a wide range of pioneering products for energy efficiency, industrial productivity, affordable healthcare and intelligent infrastructure, with a growing focus on sustainability. Our environmental portfolio is already the most comprehensive in the world.

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Apprenticeships can lead to exciting careers Carl Ennis started his career as a technical apprentice in 1988. After his apprenticeship, Carl was promoted to Design Engineer, then Chief Engineer and became a senior manager in Siemens Transmission & Distribution in 2004. His next career move took him to Energy Service Fossil where he became Divisional Director in 2007. Aged 43, Carl has just been promoted again, and will head of to China to lead Siemens’ Energy Service Division in the Asia-Pacific region from December 2011 onwards.

Carl’s story is not unique - a number of senior managers @ Siemens have started their careers as Apprentices or on Scholarship programmes.

Your Future Starts Here Are you still at school, college or university, but thinking about what to do with your future? Would you like to earn straight after leaving education and want an excellent job with brilliant career prospects? Do you have the motivation and commitment to work and study whilst getting paid and achieve qualifications along the way? With Siemens, you can have your cake and eat it. Siemens offers a full range of opportunities supported by development programs specifically tailored to suit the needs of everyone, from school leavers through graduates. All of our development programs lead to nationally recognized qualifications. If you are looking for a rewarding and challenging career, this is the industry for you.



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