What we offer you

Training curriculum

You'll spend the first 1.5 years of your apprenticeship at the MYPEGASUS workshop in Reutlingen. That's where you'll learn the basic mechanical and electrical skills necessary for the profession.

During training, you'll learn how to build complex mechatronic systems from mechanical, electrical and electronic components. You manufacture the individual components and then assemble them into systems and machines. You then commission the finished machines, program them and then install the relevant software. You create electric diagrams and design drawings and review the machines carefully before handing them over to customers.

You also learn how to service and repair machines as well as perform complete overhauls. Another part of the training is  several  2-3 week stays at our production plant in Kuřim/Czech Republic, where you will get to know our Production team and work in various areas.

  • Length of training: 3.5 years
  • Location: Tübingen and Reutlingen (Lehrwerkstatt MYPEGASUS GmbH)

Your expected profile:

  • High School Diploma
  • Good understanding of mathematics
  • Good manual skills
  • Ability to think logically
  • Strong understanding of technology
  • Willingness to travel

In addition:

  • you like to work in teams
  • enjoy working with your hands
  • are flexible and have good interpersonal skills
  • are dedicated to your work
What we offer you
  • Interesting tasks and projects in various departments
  • Committed training supervisors
  • Foreign assignments during the training
  • Employment after the apprenticeship
  • Training allowance according to collective agreement
  • Holiday / Christmas allowance and profit-sharing scheme
  • Special rates at various fitness studios
  • Travel and meal allowances
  • Flexible working hours


How can you apply?

Our apprenticeships always start in September of any given year. We expect applications to be submitted roughly 12 months before the start of the training.

Are there any free training slots?

Check out the Job Board to find out.

« I completed my training as a mechatronics specialist at WALTER in 2018. I particularly appreciated the positive working environment. The colleagues were always willing to help me while I was in training and made it so that you were never afraid to ask questions.  »
Nick, Mechanic