VITALIS Internship Electronics


For students of IT and Computer, Mechatronics, Electronics, Electrics, Informatics


Participant at her computer
Soldering work in the electronik workshop
Participant with assempling work

 Learning Outcomes

    The student learns/knows:

  • To organise electronic works, prepare electronic components and systems for assembly
  • Perform work in the field of mechanical assembly of electronic elements and devices
  • Perform measurements of installation parameters of electronic devices according to technical documentation
  • Program electronic devices, support computer programs that test electronic systems and devices
  • Apply the principles for preparing documentation from the performed work
  • To draw conclusions on the basis of technical documentation, catalogues and operating manuals
  • What to consider when calculating and measuring electrical quantities and how to test and evaluate the function of control systems and regulations
  • What to consider when selecting hardware and software components and when integrating IT systems into networks
  • Adapting, assembling and testing hardware components, devices and systems as well as installing and configuring device- and system-specific software
  • To select and use measuring and test procedures and diagnostic systems to measure, test and record electrical quantities and signals

 Focal Points and Tasks

    The student develops their understanding of:

  • Making samples and prototypes of individual pieces
  • Creating drafts, layouts and production documents, e.g. circuit, installation and wiring diagrams, individual component drawings of components or groups
  • Selecting and adapting mechanical, electrical and electronic components and assemble them into devices and systems
  • Creating and assembling printed circuit boards
  • Mounting and configuring information technology hardware and components, sensors and actuators
  • Installing, configuring and customising software
  • Testing components, devices and systems, creating technical documentations

 Learning outcomes common to all professions

  • Health and safety at work - observes health and safety rules and SOPs
  • Professionally oriented foreign language - improved ability to use a foreign language (English/German) in the execution of tasks and the ability to formulate short and comprehensible statements to communicate in the workplace
  • Personal and social competences - develops a culturally and ethically sound approach to working with others in a company, increased creativity and consistency in their actions, copes with stress, responsibility and assigned tasks
  • Organisation of work in small teams - increased ability to communicate and work collaboratively with colleagues, organise work in a team

 VITALIS Internships

  • All internships according to the Dual vocational training in Germany and the principles of ECVET
  • Our internships take place in small groups under the guidance of qualified and experienced staff
  • The internships are scaleable - depending to the knowledge of participants from different classes
  • According to the length of stay the internships can be customized and combined
  • Our internships can be funded by Erasmus programme - open for all member states of the European Union