Filing, drilling, sawing, milling, turning, welding and much more: during your first apprenticeship year you will learn all the possible techniques to form metal. In other words you will make parts from raw material that work alone or together. A practical example? You will learn how to make a hammer yourself with a lathe using different materials or you will mill a finished component from a single piece of metal.
During your second apprenticeship year you learn new skills related to assembly techniques. Timing and the quality of your work play an extremely important role: you have to ensure that the right part is always installed in the right place at the right time and that it is of the highest quality. During regular stints in assembly you will go through all the respective working steps to solve the car “jigsaw puzzle" challenge efficiently – because who wants to have a blue car with red doors?
During your third apprenticeship year you work together with your colleagues (f/m) in various specialist areas, for example in assembly or in engine construction. You will also have plenty of time to prepare for the final exam with fellow apprentices. In learning groups, you can learn theoretical and practical skills required in greater depth for a successful degree.