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Are you looking for exciting projects, a caring work-environment and the chance of further development? We are looking for ambitious young forces who show that they want to get the job done well - at work as well as at school. During all of your apprenticeship Wewalka will provide a trained instructor to help you in every aspect of your trianing.



  • Mechatronics Engineering
  • Process Engineering

Mechatronics Engineering

  • Introduction into mechanical basics
  • Basics of shaping and joining technology (rasping, sawing, screwing etc.) 
  • Basiscs of electronic engineering
  • Understanding the effects of electricity (direct and alternating current)

  • Introduction through established professionals in maintenance
  • Basics of automations (SPS)
  • Mortising machine, welding, etc.
  • Independently taking care of small tasks
  • Helping hand in bigger projects

  • Trouble shooting at the production machines
  • Independently taking care of projects
  • Intensifying various categories within the field of mechatronics
  • Reinforcing automations knowledge in SPS

  • Mechanical caring of production machines
  • Independently working on projects
  • Preparations for the finals

Focus of apprenticeship

As you train in mechanical engineering you will learn new skills in various areas of the job. You can choose to specialize between mechanical engineering and electronical engineering

Specialization: Mechanical Engineering

In Mechanical Engineering apprentices will learn manual and automated forms of work as well as the montage of various components and machinery and maintenance of machines and plants.

Specialization: Electronical Engineering

This specializations will help you learn and understand the instalment and testing of hard- and software-components, coding of mechatronical systems as well as building, testing and servicing of electronical control panels. Also, there will be introductions into the laying of supply cables and starting machinery including control and savety checks. 

Further fields of specialization

cover the maintenance of pneumatic and hydraulic systems.

Process Engineering

  • Introduction into mechanical basics
  • Basics of shaping and  joining technology (rasping, sawing, screwing etc.) 
  • Understanding electricity
  • Getting to know processes of production

  • Introduction through established professionals in production
  • Basics of automation (SPS)
  • Mortising machine, welding, etc.

  • Basic knowledge in the production processes
  • Independently taking care of small tasks
  • Intensifying various categories within the field of process engineering
  • Reading and understanding of production and maintenance plans

  • Caring of production machines
  • Independently working on projects
  • Preparations for the finals




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How to apply

You would like to start your career as an apprentice at Wewalka?

Here is everything you need to know regarding your application and what to expect:

  • successfully finished 9th grade or got higher education
  • German skills are above basic knowledge
  • are interested in working with established colleagues
  • are excited and curious about working at our production plants

Please, only send us your application via our Job Market. You will be able to find all open apprenticeship vacancies there. After choosing a trainee-programm, please upload your CV and follow the online form. There you will be asked to upload your data and documents (letter of motivation, grades, certificates).

  • Curriculum Vitae including a photo of you
  • Motivational letter including your reasoning for joining Wewalka and your choice of apprenticeship
  • Current report / references

  • Please, mind your spelling and grammar and upload an updated CV
  • Create your application with care, keep them similar and clear
  • We appreciate finding your motivation of working at Wewalka in your application as well
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We are looking forward to your application

If we like what we see in your application documents, we will invite you to an interview. After that you will get the opportunity to join us on a few days through the company for some taste of what work here looks like. Your first look into our day-to-day is followed by a get-to-know meeting with a legal guardian of yours. If you succeeded in wooing your trainer, we love to welcome you in our team at Wewalka.

For any questions regarding apprenticeship and application you can reach your contact, Gerald Haselbacher via: 02628 48 666 602