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Vocational Training

- Industrial mechanic specialising in precision engineering (IHK)
- Cutting mechanic specialiing in turning and milling technology (IHK)

A synthesis of craft and technology. Our employees are craftsmen and specialists in highly complex production machines. Industrial mechanics specialising in precision engineering unite craftsmanship with state-of-the-art technology.


After just 2 to 3 months of basic training, our apprentices are firmly integrated into the company's operations. Independent work is very important to us from the very beginning. This profession requires craftmanship, technical understanding and a demand for accuracy as well as a solid academic foundation.

The training balance is impressive. The first apprentice was hired at P & S on September 1st 1998. Today more than half of our workers started out as apprentices. The continuous development of the company means the career possibilities post-apprenticeship are extremely varied and interesting.

Application Information

Industrial mechanic specialising in precision engineering

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  • Apprenticeship duration 3 1/2 years
  • Apprenticeship can be shortened to 3 years, if qualified
  • 30 days holiday entitlement per year
  • Payments to employees' savings scheme of €40, or on request €55, into a pension fund
  • Working hours:
    40 hours a week, 7:00 to 16:00 daily
  • Uniform is provided, laundry is undertaken by an external company

Vocational school in Roding

1 day a week; 14 further days in the first and second year of training, then 1 day a week.

 

Application
In writing with the usual application documents by the end of November.

Academic Requirements
At least a secondary school leaving certificate.

Personal Requirements
Craftsmanship, technical understanding and a passion for accuracy.
A large part of this profession is CNC technology. The CNC machines are programmed using different machine languages. Computer skills are therefore imperative.

 

Apprenticeship Process:

1st year of training

Filing, drilling, tapping, testing, measuring
Marking, graining, marking
Maintenance of machines
Sawing with the associated materials science
Occupational safety and environmental protection

2nd year of training

Machining; drilling, turning and milling on conventional machines
Planning and preparation of work processes based on technical drawings
Surface grinding
Soldering and heat treatment
Grinding on the trestle

3rd year of training

Programming CNC machines
Machining workpieces on CNC machines
Assembling and dissassembling machines, systems or their units
Checking and setting functions
Setting up and testing hydraulic and pneumatic controls

The internship


The internship is a great opportunity to get an insight into the profession and the firm. In just 4 or 5 days, the student gains some basic training and an insight into the profession. Fear of the new is a thing of the past. The relaxed nature of the internship allows you to introduce yourself to the company. Basically, the internship is an early job interview.

Working as an industrial mechanic specialising in precision engineering is a very diverse and broad career path. Therefore, where one is introduced to the profession is vital. P & S Maschinenbau are active in the field of precision mechanics. This is where delicate, precise components for special machines are made. The term special machine means that this machine is manufactured in small quantities for a specific application.

Working hours
daily from 8:00 am to 16:00 pm, may vary depending on transport.

Application
Telephone request, if an internship is possible at the desired time.
Written confirmation with a short, informal letter containing the name, address, telephone number and the period of the internship.

Personal Requirements
Craftsmanship, technical understanding and a passion for accuracy.
A large part of this profession is CNC technology. The CNC machines are programmed using different machine languages. Computer skills are therefore imperative.

 

Further Apprenticeship Process:

1st year of training

Filing, drilling, tapping, testing, measuring
Marking, graining, marking
Maintenance of machines
Sawing with the associated materials science
Occupational safety and environmental protection

2nd year of training

Machining; drilling, turning and milling on conventional machines
Planning and preparation of work processes based on technical drawings
Surface grinding
Soldering and heat treatment
Grinding on the trestle

3rd year of training

Programming CNC machines
Machining workpieces on CNC machines
Assembling and dissassembling machines, systems or their units
Checking and setting functions
Setting up and testing hydraulic and pneumatic controls

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