duration: 3.5 years
The metalworker's world revolves around metals, tools and machinery. The range of assignments is varied and includes the machining of metals, the manufacturing of components, semi-finished and finished products, the design and assembly of machinery and tools, controlling and supervising of automated manufacturing equipment and machines, etc.
Using tools and computer-controlled equipment, the metalworker machines different kinds of ferrous and nonferrous metals, synthetic and other materials, manufactures devices, machine parts, tools, steel components, casings, vehicle parts, facade elements, gates, railings etc. Techniques such as forging, welding, soldering, bending, filing, cutting, machining etc. are typically applied.
The syllabus includes:
Focus: Welding Technology
What does the training include?
"This is now my third year of apprenticeship at EBNER. I am about to be qualified as a universal welder and have not regretted my decision once. I have learned that welding is actually a quite complicated and difficult job, but at the same time very challenging and rewarding. In addition to the excellent professional education I have been offered here, great emphasis is placed on the personal and social development of the trainees, as well as their ability to work in a team. The trainees are also offered English and Math classes, so they can deepen their basic knowledge in these areas as well. I am especially impressed with the interesting job opportunities I will have here once I finish my apprenticeship program."
Erik Mager | third year of apprenticeship