After the training programme, industrial clerks are qualified to work in manufacturing and maintenance of machines and production systems. Their tasks may include manufacturing, testing, commissioning, maintenance, inspection and repair of standard machines, processing machines, machine tools, custom machines and auxiliary equipment, such as connections to systems. They primarily use semi-finished, finished and standard parts for their duties and also manufacture assembly parts. Industrial clerks work on assembling single parts and series and carry out maintenance both independently and as part of a team. They also learn techniques such as filing, drilling, milling, measuring, testing, find out how to use applications in pneumatics and hydraulics, and learn about soldering and welding.
- School leavers certificate
- Interest in automated manufacturing processes
- Care and perseverance
Duration of training programme
The training programme takes 3 ½ years to complete.