Your role as a machining engineer
What you will learn in the 3,5 year apprenticeship
During your training, you will learn how to manufacture and process tools and machine components using methods such as turning, milling and drilling. We place a special emphasis on practical knowledge and support you throughout your apprenticeship by providing special training sessions in our own training workshops at our Frankenmarkt site. Here, you will learn how to read assembly plans and wiring diagrams, work with computer-aided design (CAD) tools, and operate CNC turning and milling machines (CNC = computer numerical control).
After your training
So you’ve finished your apprenticeship – what next?
As a machining engineer, you are responsible for the entire production process. You consult various information sources and technical documents to select a suitable method and you are also responsible for the final quality control checks. This involves checking for compliance with the economical and qualitative parameters, as well as ensuring that work is done on schedule. Your activities focus on cutting processes that are performed using computer-aided machinery and production facilities, as well as CNC machines.
- Successful completion of the compulsory years of schooling
- Good understanding of technical concepts and manual skill
- Team spirit
- Willingness to learn
Apprenticeship with School-Leaving Certificate
All apprentices can earn the “Matura” school leaving certificate upon completion.
Good school results are rewarded with cash or additional leave.
Team-building at the climbing park and training sessions are a matter of course with us.
Up to 3 days additional leave per year for community training.