Find out all about forward-looking trends and innovative developments in electrical engineering at the trade associations' stand. You will find us in Hall B6.692. The board members, committee chairmen and managing directors of the northern associations will be happy to provide you with answers when it comes to the trend topics of the future, such as the energy transition, e-mobility, digital networking and smart homes, as well as securing young talent and skilled labour.

As a result of the reorganisation of the electrical trades training professions, the entire training in the electrical trades has been adapted to the requirements of digitalisation and the energy transition. A significant innovation in this context is the introduction of the ‘Electronics technician for building system integration’ occupation in summer 2021. As the driving force behind the energy transition, these networking experts play a crucial role. They connect building systems across all trades and thus act as an important interface to construction planners.

Their expertise is particularly in demand in the ‘smart home’ sector, where the aim is to connect various systems such as charging stations for electric cars, PV systems, energy management systems and security, heating and ventilation technology. The ‘electronics technician for building systems integration’ is therefore an essential building block for the implementation of the energy transition and plays a decisive role in adapting buildings to the requirements of the future.

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Mastering the Challenges of the Future together

The North German electronic associations form a strong team! They comprise the NFE North German Electrical and Information Technology Trade Association and the state guild associations of the electrical and information technology trades in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Lower Saxony/Bremen and Schleswig-Holstein. The guiding principle of their active association and guild work is to provide well-founded information about current developments on the market, to represent members' interests in the long term and to strengthen the cohesion of the electrical industry.

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The e-forum of the non-profit organisations provides a wealth of services and information. We offer you a strong representation of interests vis-à-vis the public, business and politics as well as in the field of training and further education.

Contact us, we will be happy to advise you on our services, membership and provide information on the opportunity to volunteer in the various committees of the associations.

Advantages for specialist companies & customers:

The e-brand seal

Specialist companies guarantee reliability and customer orientation - from expert advice to professional implementation. More and more customers appreciate the advantages of certified E-brand specialist companies and trust their expertise, a fair price/performance ratio, punctuality, cleanliness and adherence to deadlines. The e-brand of the electrical trades stands for quality and creates trust among customers. As a result, the brand makes a key contribution to increasing sales, as surveys regularly confirm.

As part of GET NORD 2024, we advise on the e-brand concept, the E-CHECK and specialist company strategies, such as qualification as an e-mobility specialist company and an energy efficiency specialist company.

Ahead of the Competition through constant Training

The market is in a state of flux. As digitalisation progresses, processes along the value chain need to be realigned. And constantly changing electrical engineering with its regulations is also becoming a challenge in practice. Certificates of quality and qualification are therefore essential when dealing with electrical systems. Strategic further training is required here in order to keep pace with developments. The demand for qualified specialists in the electrical and IT trades is constantly increasing. 

The desire for sustainable energy and energy efficiency, modern communication and information technologies or e-mobility are new challenges and pose requirements for which companies are dependent on highly qualified employees. Education is therefore also strategic planning. It is not only companies that have to adapt to the changing market conditions. Those who practise a profession must also be able to keep pace with these changes. The North German Guild Associations and the NFE provide advice on their further training programmes in the fields of technology, business administration, law and SME management.