Production engineer or multi-skilled mechanic apprenticeship
Each year we offer an apprenticeship as a multi-skilled mechanic or production engineer at our Heimberg operation. The duration of training for a multi-skilled mechanic is 4 years and for a production engineer 3 years.
- You have successfully completed your Swiss school education at “Sekundar” or “Real” level
- You are interested in metalworking and working with machinery
- You are skilled with your hands
- You have a great interest in how different technologies are interrelated
- Physics and mathematics are amongst your strengths
- You have good spatial awareness
- You are able to work accurately, meticulously and reliably
In a trial apprenticeship with us as a multi-skilled mechanic or production engineer, you can get an insight into the typical working day. Together with an apprentice, you will produce a few workpieces. If you would like to experience a trial apprenticeship in our company or are interested in an apprenticeship as a multi-skilled mechanic or production engineer, then please get in touch with Mr Stefan Werner, who teaches our apprentices.
Multi-Skilled Mechanic, Federal Diploma of Vocational Education and Training
Steel, chromium steel or aluminium. Toma Sarbach machines these materials in his 4-year apprenticeship to become a multi-skilled mechanic. He machines the materials using milling machines, lathes and drilling machines until they reach their correct shape. And accurate to a thousandth of a millimetre.
Production Engineer, Federal Diploma of Vocational Education and Training
Alessandro Sturzo is a budding production engineer. With the aid of manufacturing drawings, he uses milling machines, for example, to produce bicycle parts. Such jobs require accuracy, spatial awareness, as well as manual and technical dexterity