Vocational training

IHK training company since 2007

InSystems regularly trains new apprentices for the following professions:

  • industrial clerk
  • Office Management Assistant
  • IT specialist for application development
  • Mathematical-technical software developer

After a successfully finished vocational training, we offer challenging and interesting career chances in an international team.

The focus of the apprenticeship is beside the technical skills and knowledge transfer also team skills, independence and communication skills.

Number fan Enja begins successfully as industrial clerk

Industriekauffrau Enja Enja: “I studied mathematics in my Bachelor’s degree at the Free University of Berlin and then I really wanted to go into business. The training at InSystem was a great opportunity for me. In my job, I love changing tasks and appreciate teamwork. In addition, I am enthusiastic about robotics and automation.

IT specialist in the field of application development

InSystems trains as an IT specialist in the field of application development. As an IT specialist at InSystems you develop and program software, test existing applications, adapt them and develop user interfaces. In addition, you learn the most important programming languages such as C++ in such a way that you can eliminate errors and advise customers. Prerequisites for this job are a technical understanding as well as skill, creativity, perseverance, customer orientation and willingness to learn. Applicants should have their strengths in the school subjects English, mathematics and computer science







The movie is part of a series of films on various Berlin training professions and was developed by students together with the agency “medialepfade.de”. The movies works for young people as digital career coach and is also used for the program “Berlin career routes”.

Berlin career routes

Since the summer of 2016, the Berlin Career Routes have been providing playful support to young people which are attending school in their later career choices. The project from BWK (Berliner BildungsWerk in Kreuzberg GmbH) brings career information on an interactive map and thus brings young people into a city-wide playing field. Using a tablet, smartphone and GPS, the young people learn the various training professions on their own – mobile, on site, throughout the city, comparable to an orienteering run. Various questions about the occupations have to be answered as the students approach individual training companies. The aim of the game is to answer as many questions correctly as possible, otherwise the routes will be longer. Young people can play “Berufe Challenge” via an app or via the Berlin-Berufswelten website. A game usually lasts 120 minutes.0 minutes.

Link to Berliner Berufsrouten

Link to Berufenet