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Schneider Electric training includes training both in new products or systems as well as in existing automation systems. It is a challenge to offer education with the right balance of theory and practice, as well as the appropriate level, so that the participant's day-to-day business and technical education are taken into account. Our knowledgeable and experienced trainers are capable of handling this challenge.
itsme offers practice-oriented and demand-oriented Schneider Electric training programs. The Schneider Electric training programs are based on our recognized experience in the development, commissioning and maintenance of industrial machinery and equipment.
As part of itsme organization, Schultz + Erbse offers hands-on and interactive Schneider Electric training in our training centers in Hamburg, Hagen and Leipzig. And with our mobile training resources, we make it possible for you to have an "in-house" event on site. In addition, we also offer tailor-made training for your requirements. Just ask our experts!

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