Apprenticeships

The future of our company depends on having well-trained members of staff. That is why we focus so heavily on providing excellent apprenticeships at our own ANTEC training facility in Frankleben.

Training take place at our own, well-equipped training centre in Frankleben near Merseburg. Upon successful completion of the programme, apprentices are guaranteed employment with the company.

We educate the following jobs:

Duration: 3½ years.

You will receive training in the installation of complex plants and technical piping systems as well as vessels and equipment used in food production or the processing and chemical industry. You will maintain systems, alter systems as needed or assist with development and design work.

Training content:

  • Reading, drawing and creating technical documents and isometric drawings
  • isometric drawing of pipe systems and fittings
  • fabrication of templates
  • mathematical calculations and symbolic representations
  • cutting and reforming of semi-finished products
  • introduction to Manual metal arc, Oxy-acetylene
    & TIG welding
  • hard and soft soldering of steel and copper
  • setting up and testing components

Additional training content:
(not part of the IHK framework curriculum)

  • Optional supplementary modules following the Industry 4.0 standard
  • DIN1591-4 screw joint fitter
  • fork lift license
  • DVS-certified welder training
  • and many more

Further training options:

  • internships for school students
  • information days for school students, parents and teachers
  • “All about metal” career event
  • welding skill test
  • visits to the company

Duration: 2 years.

Profile of professional skills:
Assembling components to build assemblies and assemblies for machines or entire products, production of components and assemblies using different joining techniques, testing and adjusting functions of assemblies or full products, monitoring and optimizing assembly and removal processes, manual and automated production of components, removing assemblies, installing lines, electrical and electronic assemblies, application of circuit and function diagrams for various systems, implementation of quality assurance measures, cooperation with upstream and downstream areas.

Career options:
Specialists in metals technology for installation engineering primarily work in the metal and electrical industries.

Training structure:
Subject areas:

  • Installation engineering
  • Design engineering
  • Machining
  • Metalworking and wire technology

Additional programme content:(not part of the IHK framework curriculum)

  • Supplementary modules following the Industry 4.0 standard
  • VDIN1591-4 screw joint fitter
  • fork lift license
  • DVS-certified welder training
  • and many more

Further training options:

  • internships for school students
  • information days for school students, parents and teachers
  • “All about metal” career event
  • welding skill test
  • visits to the company