VITALIS Internship PLC Programming

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

Participants of an internship in PLC
Assembling works
The functional traffic light model

 Learning Outcomes

    The student learns/knows:

  • Select tools and measuring instruments, taking into account the accuracy of machining of workpieces, to use tools and measuring instruments for manual processing
  • Perform soldering of electronic parts, perform work in the field of manual and mechanical processing
  • Use technical documentation of machines and equipment
  • Carry out quality checks on the work performed
  • Define the most important settings and parameters for the task
  • Plan the dismantle equipment according to the technical documentation
  • Perform the wiring of various components according to technical diagrams

 Focal Points and Tasks

    The student develops their understanding of:

  • Metalworking (for the base plate)
  • 3D printing and prototyping (print traffic lights), assembling of printer and parts if necessary
  • Works on electronic elements (LED circuit boards for traffic lights)
  • Assembly and wiring of elements and assemblies
  • Programming the PLC (various tasks possible)
  • Commissioning and fault analysis

 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 Internship

  • 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