Your role as a mechanical engineer
What you will learn in the 3,5 year apprenticeship
During your apprenticeship, you will learn connection and processing techniques in the field of mechanical engineering that will enable you to assemble and commission machines once you have completed your training. You will learn how to work with metal and operate computer-aided systems and equipment. We place a special emphasis on practical knowledge throughout your apprenticeship, and we will support you through special training sessions in our own training workshops at our Frankenmarkt site.
After your training
So you’ve finished your apprenticeship – what next?
As a mechanical engineer, your work will focus on machine construction. You will assemble the mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic, electrical and electronic components of machine parts, machines and systems, and put them into operation. You are responsible for analyzing and managing faults, as well as for servicing and maintenance of the machines and systems. Alongside assembly, your tasks may also include adjusting, operating and monitoring processing machines (e.g. CNC machine tools) or preparing design drawings.
- 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.