The traditional family business Behringer from Kirchardt, centrally located between the large district towns of Bad Rappenau, Eppingen and Sinsheim, offers a wide range of training and study places.
Are you looking for the best possible career start for the time after you leave school? Are long-term prospects just as important to you as opportunities for individual further training? Then an apprenticeship or academic studies at Behringer could be the right choice for you. As a recognised apprenticing company, Behringer offers interesting, varied and, above all, future-oriented apprenticeships in the technical and commercial fields.
Qualified training is the foundation for a successful career. This is written in capital letters at Behringer. Our training quota of almost 10% is remarkable.
As we aim to secure our personnel needs in the long term, the training spectrum is extensive and the chance of being taken on after the training is excellent. We convey the training content in a practice-oriented approach and place great value on teamwork.
Foundry mechanics produce castings in single pieces or small series with the help of models. In our state-of-the-art iron foundry, training is a top priority.
Machinists are employed within our mechanical engineering department in assembly and machining. Generally 3 apprenticeship places are available per year.
Electronics technicians for industrial engineering are used for the electrical installation of our sawing machines as well as within our control cabinet construction and sometimes accompany the commissioning of our products.
Our industrial mechanics receive profound, practice-oriented occupational training in our company. They mainly carry out the assembly of subassemblies or sawing machines and systems.
Mechatronics technicians combine the occupational profiles of industrial mechanics and electronics technicians and thus find their way in both worlds. The tasks after apprenticeship range from assembly and commissioning in-house to service assignments at national and international level.
Technical product designers are significantly involved in the development of new products as well as the implementation of customer requirements / special design. They create components and assemblies for our sawing machines and systems in cooperation with our engineers and technicians and accompany the corresponding manufacturing and assembly process.
Industrial clerks are involved in all commercial processes within the company. Areas of application are procurement, work preparation, sales, financial accounting, human resources and service.
We value our long-standing cooperation with the Cooperative State University in Mosbach. During the three-year study programme, the theoretical and practical phases alternate regularly.
The academic content learned during the theoretical phase at the DHBW Mosbach is deepened by the students during the practical phase at the Kirchardt headquarters. Both the company and the graduate benefit from this.
As a Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering, you will be significantly involved in the new and further development of our sawing machines and systems, as well as putting complex customer requests into practice. As automation is increasingly in the foreground, exciting and varied tasks await you.
Graduates of this degree create special designs according to customer requirements and are significantly involved in the new and further development of our machines and systems. Furthermore, they are in constant contact with the production areas and support service and sales for technical questions.
Graduates of this course market our technically complex sawing machines and systems. This requires both a commercial and an engineering background. They are in permanent contact with our customers in the development of individual solution concepts and represent our company at trade fairs at national and international level.
The Applied Computer Science degree programme offers a profound technical basic education and focuses on software engineering and application development, especially in the second and third years of the study. Students also work strongly on projects during the theory phases and deepen their understanding of the study content through direct application. Students acquire numerous core areas of computer science at the Cooperative State University. These include, for example, algorithms and data structures, operating systems, databases and programming languages.
The study programme International Production and Logistics is part of industrial engineering and offers a technical basic education in the first three semesters. From the fourth semester onwards, the study content focuses on specific areas such as international logistics, production systems and human resource management as well as business information systems. The students also work strongly on projects during the theory phases and deepen their understanding of the study content through direct application.
We offer school students and university students the opportunity to get to know everyday working life at Behringer with an internship, holiday job or working student activity. You can also get a taste of our apprenticeships as part of a school internship such as OiB, BORS and BOGY and thus find out whether you like the activities of the job profile.
We also offer exciting topics for a technician's, bachelor's or master's thesis and are also very happy to receive your own ideas and suggestions for topics. You will then accompany the selected project from the theoretical elaboration to the practical implementation.