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IT Specialist application development

software and administration


You are skilled and resilient, even when it comes to solving complex problems: “IT Specialist application development” constantly face new challenges at L.I.T.

During an apprenticeship as an application developer, you will learn how you can use IT systems as a tool for managing previously unresolved issues. You will constantly expand your knowledge of areas such as data communication, network technology and databases in order to create tailor-made system solutions through the use of modern, object-oriented programming language.

At L.I.T. you will be challenged and encouraged.

Good knowledge of maths and a continual willingness to learn are an important basis for meeting the constantly growing demands. Sound knowledge of English is likewise a basic prerequisite, as is an understanding of the information highway. Anyone who can also boast team and communication skills alongside a focus on the user will find themselves in the right place with us.

In this future-oriented apprenticeship, we can offer you involvement in a professional team, internal and external training courses and a good chance of employment for performance-oriented, motivated apprentices.


  • Secondary school examination
  • Class B driving licence
  • Communicative and organisational abilities
  • Interest in technology and very good computer abilities
  • Good to very good maths and English abilities
Further education
  • BA in business data processing
  • Certified technical business administrator – specialisation in computer science
  • Business administration – computer management
  • Software developer

Stephan Brummel, 
IT Specialist application development 

“I originally wanted to do an administrative apprenticeship, but after talking to the HR representatives at L.I.T. I was approached about an apprenticeship as a technician. I originally had the impression that my tasks would always be the same or very similar and that it would soon get boring, but the apprenticeship is entirely different to what I expected. My tasks are varied and I have a lot to do with customers and colleagues. At the end of the day I’m very happy with my decision.”