Industrial management assistant
During my two and a half years of training as an industrial management assistant at J.N. Eberle Federnfabrik GmbH in Schwabmünchen, I became familiar with all of the responsibilities of an industrial management assistant.
Because there's no training workshop in the traditional sense for us commercial trainees, I changed my workplace every two to six months.
And that's exactly the great thing about my training! I had the opportunity to get an insight into all departments and areas of responsibility, starting in purchasing and then working in goods receipt and shipping before finally coming to sales, where I was offered a permanent position. The colleagues I met were always helpful and friendly, offering their support for both questions and problems.
During my three and a half years of training as a toolmaker at J.N. Eberle Federnfabrik GmbH in Schwabmünchen, I learned all of the important basics of metalworking and stamping and bending technology. After my training, I was immediately offered a permanent position as a toolmaker, and I had the opportunity to complete my technical training while working part-time. As a state-certified technician specializing in mechanical engineering, I now work as a product consultant for stamped-bent parts in our development department. My current responsibilities include both providing support to customers and running individual manufacturing projects.
At the moment, I'm in my second year of training as a toolmaker at J.N. EBERLE Federnfabrik GmbH in Schwabmünchen and have already learned a lot about the individual aspects of the manufacture of tools.
I started my training at the training workshop, where I was taught the basic skills of metalworking, including filing, drilling, turning and milling. In addition, we also have regular lessons with our instructor Mr Rudolf, where there are intensive discussions about individual production processes and theoretical issues.
For the remainder of my training, I've been assigned to a team with a number of colleagues who will familiarize me with all of the skills I need to become a toolmaker.