Prospective electrical engineering assistants visit ILFA

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In February, we had 14 vocational students training to become electrical engineering assistants visit ILFA. In addition to four of their teachers, they brought with them a great thirst for knowledge and numerous questions about ILFA and our printed circuit boards. The 14 young people attend the BBS ME in Hanover, where they complete the two-year school-based training programme.

The 14 electrical engineering assistant trainees at ILFA in the conference room

After a welcome and introductory round, the basics of PCB production were first explained, after which things quickly became more specific and everything to do with the production of HDI PCBs was presented. In addition to numerous illustrative objects that passed through the hands, many questions were of course also answered.

Production tour for the prospective electrical engineering assistants. Here in our BFT department

The highlight for the electrical engineering assistants was, of course, a detailed tour of our production with all departments. Here they were shown in detail which activities are carried out in each department, which machines are used and which production steps are required for our printed circuit boards.

Enthusiasm for technology: the prospectice electrical engineering assistants in their element

It was an entertaining day for us and our young visitors and their teachers. We always enjoy giving insights and sharing our knowledge. Of course, we want young people to decide in favour of an apprenticeship or direct entry with us and to show a lot of interest in the subject of printed circuit boards.

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