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Training

Training at the county

At the Waldeck-Frankenberg district, the motto is "Who likes to learn alone?!" Because anyone who decides to train with the district administration can look forward to a team of young and committed colleagues who will embark on this new stage of their lives with them. Led by the dynamic training team, the next three years will be exciting, diverse, varied and full of new experiences.


Training as an administrative assistant

During the three-year apprenticeship, the future administrative assistants pass through various departments (e.g. personnel, youth, traffic, construction, etc.), which gives them a good insight into the diverse tasks of the district administration. Customer contact is a "must" in many areas. Many people particularly enjoy this variety, as new and exciting fields of activity are constantly being explored.

In the first and second years of the apprenticeship, most of the school-based training takes place at the vocational schools in Korbach and Bad Arolsen. During the second year of training, in-service instruction is also provided at the Hessischer Verwaltungsschulverband (HVSV) in Kassel. From the third year onwards, instruction takes place exclusively at the administrative seminar in Kassel. There, students learn about administrative law, social law, regulatory law, finance and budgeting, as well as labor and employment law.

In order to be able to apply for the training, at least a secondary school leaving certificate is required. Political interest and dealing with legal texts should not be a deterrent. The application period for the apprenticeship at the Waldeck-Frankenberg district starts in June of the previous year.

According to TVAöD-BBiG (as of 5/2022), the training pay is as follows in the respective training years:

1st year of training: 1,068.26 Euro
2. Training year: 1,118.20 Euro
3. Training year: 1,164.02 Euro

You receive 30 days of vacation per calendar year in accordance with § 9 TVAöD-BBiG.

In accordance with § 7 TVAöD-BBiG, trainees regularly work 39.0 hours per week.

Further information about the training can be found on the homepage of the vocational schools in Korbach and Bad Arolsen and the website of the HVSV.


Apprenticeship Information Technology System Integration


This apprenticeship is certainly one with perspective, because with the apprenticeship IT specialist system integration you are part of the digitalization of the administration! With an apprenticeship as an IT specialist at the district of Waldeck-Frankenberg, you lay an excellent foundation for your professional life!

The scope of duties ranges from information organization, provision of systems, system administration to user consulting and installation. You will become familiar with the entire range of tasks of the Information Technology and Digital Administration department, which also includes providing and maintaining school IT for the district's own schools (IT field service).

Vocational school classes are held weekly at the Hans Viessmann School in Frankenberg (Eder). Various learning fields with different focuses are taught here (e.g. LF9 Providing networks and services). Further information on the school content can be found on the Hans Viessmann School website.

To be able to apply for the apprenticeship, you must have at least a secondary school leaving certificate. In addition, good performance in German, mathematics and computer science as well as technical understanding and manual dexterity should be brought along. An interest in teamwork and an affinity for modern information and communication technologies are also advantageous.

The application period for the apprenticeship at the Waldeck-Frankenberg district starts in June of the previous year.

According to TVAöD-BBiG (as of 5/2022), the training pay is as follows in the respective training years:

1st year of training: 1,068.26 Euro
2. Training year: 1,118.20 Euro
3. Training year: 1,164.02 Euro

You receive 30 days of vacation per calendar year in accordance with § 9 TVAöD-BBiG.

In accordance with § 7 TVAöD-BBiG, trainees regularly work 39.0 hours per week.

More information about the apprenticeship is available on the IHK website.

This is what our trainees say about this training:

Training as an IT specialist for system integration is very varied. During my working hours, I'm on the road a lot, mastering a wide variety of tasks and having a lot of contact with people. It gives me a good feeling to be able to help others. At the same time, my colleagues are always there for me when I need help. Marcel Hagenacker, IT Specialist Trainee for System Integration


Since I have been interested in computers and computer science since I was a child, it was easy for me to decide on my training profession. Early on, I assembled my own PC and taught myself programming. In the end, I decided to train as an IT specialist because I enjoy working with technology and solving problems in a targeted way, and I already have some prior knowledge, but I can also use what I have just learned in my private life. Noah Dietrich, IT Specialist Apprentice for System Integration