Your apprenticeship to become a machinist at STEINEL
Turning, milling, grinding – during your apprenticeship to become a machinist, you will undertake the machining of metal pieces or create assembly groups from individual components.
Duration of training: 3.5 years
Vocational school: Villingen-Schwenningen
Required school-leaving qualifications: completion of a secondary school-leaving certificate with good grades (German Hauptschulabschluss or Mittlere Reife)
Following the receipt of a production order, you will plan out the production process and then carry out the work – either manually or (nearly always) mechanically.
To ensure that a precision part can be produced as requested, you must carry out precision programming at the production centre beforehand and professionally chuck the metal piece that is to be machined.
You will monitor the production process. Despite all the due care taken, you may nevertheless detect a problem. In such an event, you must pinpoint the cause, remedy the issue and then check the quality of the produced part.
What you have to offer
You enjoy maths, particularly geometry
You are interested in physics and technical matters
You enjoy making things, crafts or tinkering
What we have to offer
Active involvement from the word go
Training young people is something our employees have a lot of fun doing, and they will aid you in developing professional and social competencies right from the start of your apprenticeship, while also acting as your own competent point of contact
Joint activities and projects with other apprentices