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Metal Technician

Metal Technician (Toolmaking Technician)

Tough, but hearty: becoming a metal technician is all about working with metals, machines and tools. You will process iron as well as plastics and make machines and tools out of these materials. You will assemble finished individual components in the workroom as well as at construction sites. In doing so, you will learn to about workflow and production steps, creating technical materials, and programming computer-controlled machines. And naturally also about drilling, milling, grinding and soldering.

What you need: As a metal technician you need to be in strong, physically good shape. You also need dexterity skills and good working knowledge of math and engineering for your work. You must also be safety-aware when working with machines.

Apprentice Period: 3.5 years