Production mechanic (m/f/d)
As a production mechanic, you’ll first learn the basics of metalwork such as filing, sawing, chiselling, drilling, countersinking, reaming, and other techniques. Project work will also be a focal point of your training. In the specialist departments, you will learn how to handle day-to-day business either independently or as part of a team. You’ll gradually learn the theoretical knowledge needed for this position by regularly attending the vocational school in Dillenburg.
What is required?
An excellent secondary school leaving certificate transcript as well as a general interest in technology. If you like precise work and are technologically gifted, then this is the right job for you.
Which departments will you pass through?
Training workshop, equipment construction, maintenance, development workshop, quality assurance, and production.
How long does the training last?
The training normally lasts for three years. However, if you stand out with excellent grades, you can already take the exam in 2.5 years.
And what happens afterwards?
You will manage, operate and maintain our production facilities or work as a service employee (teamwork/new technology/constant change/sense of responsibility). Or you can continue your training to become a master craftsman within the metal industry or even a state-certified technician. You can also do the advanced technical college entrance qualification and extend your qualifications there.