Integrated vocational training
Industrial mechanics are active in production and servicing where they ensure that machines and production systems are always operational.
They set them up and check the functions. They apply suitable test methods, determine the cause of malfunctions, order the appropriate replacements parts or produce the parts themselves and carry out repairs. Following completion of assembly and test work, they instruct colleagues or customers in operation and handling.
If they work in the production of machines and precision manufacturing devices, industrial mechanics also process parts made of metal and plastics. They are familiar with processes such as turning, milling, drilling, grinding and various joining processes, e.g. welding and screwed connections, as well as the assembly and adjustment of components.
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|Length of training||3 ½ years|
|Type of training||Integrated vocational training (work and vocational college)|
|Prerequisites||School leaving qualification offering access to higher-level college education|
A liking for solving practical & technical problems
Good manual dexterity
Basic PC skills
Making, setting up or converting various forms of devices and production equipment
Monitoring and optimisation of production processes
Handling repair and maintenance work
In addition, we offer instruction at the factory and company-internal training courses
|Options for further training and education|| |
Master craftsman (Industrial)