Training as a construction mechanic specialising in thin sheet metal construction technology (m/f/d) is a recognised training occupation.
Hardly any other profession offers such a wide range of tasks and thus a varied working day, because the manufacture, set-up or conversion of machines and production plants is extremely multifaceted. The construction mechanic specialising in thin sheet metal construction technology (m/f/d) is ideally a tinkerer with all-rounder qualities. In the day-to-day training, repair and maintenance tasks, production as well as monitoring and optimisation of production processes are part of the typical scope of duties of the construction mechanic.
At Buddenkotte, construction mechanics specialising in thin sheet metal construction technology build sheet metal housings for technical apparatus and machines as well as car body parts. The dimensions are transferred from the design drawing to the material or directly from the CAD planning to the CNC-controlled machines. After cutting, the sheets are bent into the required shape with bending machines, and the necessary recesses are milled or drilled. Welding, screws or bolts are ways of joining sheet metal parts together. In addition to manual dexterity and technical understanding, planning and thoughtful implementation in coordination with other departments should be part of common practice. The construction mechanic (m/f/d) consistently implements company quality management guidelines in his projects and thus actively participates in continuous improvement processes.
|Start||Every year beginning of August|
|Practical part of the apprenticeship||At our plant in Velen|
|Vocational school||Pictorius Berufskolleg in Coesfeld|
|School days||1 or 2 days weekly during school hours|
|Final exam||Theory and practice at the IHK Nord Westfalen|