- ApprenticeProfessional organisation or social partnerStudent
- EmploymentSkills needs and mismatchesThe future of VET
Many vocational jobs have begun to sound generic, with titles like ‘jobs of the future’. New digital technologies and the rapid development of automated machines are pushing the electronics field to the forefront of interest in the present job market.
Electronics and intricate work on small-scale logical, analogue and digital circuits make our life easier. Digital and electronics systems are a key part of our daily lives, and automated devices and digital machines are everywhere.
Automation and electronics are part of our school’s curriculum; we train students in the school’s electronics lab during the school year and offer practical training at stakeholder partner factories. We prepare equipment electricians for small organisations that deliver ready-made components and automation technicians to work on production lines in factories.
We are proud and delighted to train our students for interesting jobs in markets essential to our future and to prepare our apprentices for important sectors that depend on electronic components including medical, aeronautics, automobile, telecommunications, information technologies and industrial electronics.
- Alina Mirela Popa