Industrial Mechanic


Your Tasks

In basic training, industrial mechanics learn the skills required in metal processing, such as machining, cutting, joining, and forming, as well as reading technical documents. Then modern technology comes into play: The apprentices learn to build and test pneumatic and hydraulic circuits. After the apprenticeship, industrial mechanics have to maintain and repair machines and production systems.

Your profile

  • Intermediate school-leaving certificate (10th grade)
  • Manual and mathematical skills
  • Communication and team skills
  • Technical interest

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