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Electronics and telecommunications technician

Working as an electronics and telecommunications technician

Important skills as an electronics and telecommunications technician

Communication technicians plan and install the necessary communication systems and devices including their comprehensive infrastructure (supply lines, cables, sockets). They network a wide variety of devices and control units with one another - or connect them to the Internet or mobile communications. Finally, they configure all devices, set settings and finally test whether everything works as desired. They also ensure continuous maintenance and improvement.

Important hard skills

Important soft skills

How do I become an electronics and telecommunications technician?

The training in the modular apprenticeship electronics - information and communication technology includes a mandatory two-year training in the basic module electronics and a year and a half in the main module information and communication technology.

Of course, the profession can also be pursued with a corresponding degree, for example computer science or electrical engineering.

Advanced training and specializations

Possible advanced training courses are in network technology, the expansion and operation of radio and satellite technology and software development.

Future prospects as an electronics and telecommunications technician

Electronics, information and telecommunications technicians benefit from extensive progress in the telecommunications sector, especially in the field of broadband expansion. At the interface between electronics and telecommunications, their future prospects can therefore be assessed as very good.