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Industrial management assistant with additional qualification
Over the course of my two and a half years of training as an industrial management assistant with additional qualifications, I had the opportunity to implement what I learned at the vocational school in practice in the various departments, from shipping and purchasing to sales and order processing. I was quickly considered a permanent member of staff in the departments and allowed to work independently. This summer, I completed what was probably my biggest challenge, a six-week internship at the Czech branch of KERN-LIEBERS in Budweis, where in addition to the projects assigned to me, I learned many new things and had innumerable new experiences. It was an unforgettable time, and I am certain that it advanced my personal development. After my final exam, for which I was very well prepared by the great training and tremendous support from the company, I am pleased to be going into purchasing, where I will be responsible among other things for looking after a fixed supplier base.
During my three and a half years of training as an industrial mechanic, I learned the basic skills required for filing, drilling, milling and turning. After a short time, I started work in the production of tools. I attended external courses, such as CNC, welding and pneumatics courses, to learn additional special skills. In the various production departments, I had the opportunity to become familiar with the details of the machines, production types and products, and with the work processes. After completing my training successfully, I was taken on full time in our torsion spring department. After about six months, I was familiar enough with the manufacturing processes to make the move to the late shift. At first, I found the hours very strange working in two shifts. The changeover is every two weeks, so it is still possible to pursue my hobbies and get on with my social life.
I like my duties in the department and the work on the machines is interesting.
After my three and a half years of training as an industrial mechanic at MEDER, which I found to be very interesting and comprehensive, I was offered a permanent position. To help me to become more familiar with my area of responsibility, I was given the opportunity to participate in a number of advanced courses after completing my training. Because my technical training was part-time, MEDER made it possible for me to work part-time so that I could always attend school. Today, I contribute to a range of development projects, working in design, the programming of measuring equipment and in robot programming.