We are an internationally operating company with many years of experience in training apprentices, which makes us an attractive employer that offers our apprentices excellent prospects.
We offer the following apprenticeship/trainee courses:
You are skilled with your hands and have a head for engineering? Then you should consider an apprenticeship in metal engineering with the focus on mechanical engineering. The apprenticeship takes 3.5 years and teaches you drilling, milling, turning and grinding on machine tools, planning and controlling of workflows, maintenance and repair of machines and computer-aided development of CNC programs. The requisite vocational training school is located at Amstetten.
Hands-on work on high-tech machines – this is what you can expect when you take on an apprenticeship as a print technician. You like precision, have a good feeling for colours and a good understanding of engineering. The apprenticeship takes 3.5 years and teaches you, among other skills, how to handle printing tools and machines, prepare the printing process, process data, make screen-printing moulds and control automated screen-printing machines. You also learn the basics of digital printing and flexo printing. The requisite vocational training school is located in St. Pölten.
An apprenticeship in metal design calls for manual craftsmanship and precision. The apprenticeship takes three years and teaches you all skills required to expertly and accurately handle engravings in a machine-industrial environment such as signs and company plates by programming CNC engraving machines. The requisite vocational training school is located at Neunkirchen.
Personal commitment and a grasp of details are the key skills required for an industrial manager. The apprenticeship takes three years and provides an insight into operational and commercial workflows. It teaches, among others, comprehensive skills in general office organisation, correspondence, procurement, customer and supplier contacts and computer-aided data processing. Positions range from procurement to sales to accounting. The respective vocational training school is located in Waldegg.
An apprenticeship in electric engineering (electric and building services engineering) takes 3½ years and teaches the skills required for the installation and startup of electric equipment, preventive and corrective maintenance of building services systems and troubleshooting of electric plants. Works are carried out with due regard to the applicable safety measures, regulations and standards. The vocational training school is at Stockerau.
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Forster Verkehrs- und Werbetechnik GmbH
Weyrer Straße 135
We offer taster days to get to know our company and get an idea of the apprenticeships offered by us. Please contact us to arrange a date.