Hydraulic engineer (m / f / d)

Expertise in the function and mode of operation of hydraulic drives has become one of the key factors for economic success for all drive technology. On the one hand, energy consumption, reliability and economy are the decision-making criteria for the end customer for the purchase of a machine and, on the other hand, depend heavily on the know-how of the engineers who design and maintain these machines. With the training to become a specialist engineer, ATT has set itself the goal of meeting this need for know-how in the companies. The aim of this part-time training must be to provide the engineers already working in these industries with part-time theoretical knowledge in order to design and optimize fluid power drives. It builds on the foundation of an engineering education and conveys the knowledge that is necessary to solve the tasks already known from professional practice.

  • In order to successfully take part in the courses, it is required that the prospective student can demonstrate a school-leaving certificate and completed vocational training. To acquire the title "Hydraulic Engineer", the following requirements must be met:
  • Completed bachelor’s degree in a course that entitles you to use the professional title of “engineer” and that focuses on technology
  • At least one year of professional activity
  • Engineers or employees in comparable positions who are responsible for the development, technical sales, commissioning and maintenance of hydraulic machines
  • Graduates of foreign training institutions who need additional qualifications for the recognition of their degrees in the German education system
  • Users who plan new systems and machines that use machines that use hydraulics
Seminar overview:
  • Seminar rooms in the BKZR - Baukompetenzzentrum-Ruhr, Am Förderturm 1,44575 Castrop-Rauxel
  • We offer the following dates for 2020:
  • Module 1: May 18, 2020 - May 22, 2020, lecturer Mr. Trompetter
  • Module 2: August 31, 2020 - September 4, 2020, lecturer Mr. Buschmann
  • Module 3: October 26, 2020 - October 30, 2020, lecturer Dr. Kirsch
  • Module 4: 11.01.2021- 15.01.2021, lecturer Mr. Buschmann
  • Module 5: February 8, 2021 - February 12, 2021, lecturer Mr. Trompetter

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