Tool and die maker
You need sophisticated precision tools to produce individual components for complex systems such as window regulators in the required quantity and quality. As a tool and die maker you are responsible for developing, producing and servicing these tools and dies.
To create a new precision tool, you also need to be able to write programs for computer-controlled machine tools yourself. In addition, you learn everything there is to know about the different materials you’ll be processing: steel, aluminum, plastic or zinc alloys.
Your profile is completed by specialist knowledge of machining methods such as milling, grinding, turning or profiling along with various surface treatments such as galvanizing or painting.
Training locations and duration
The tool and die maker apprenticeship lasts three and a half years and can be completed at our location in Coburg.
You are tech-savvy and good with your hands. You want to create objects, are meticulous and enjoy precision work.
You have successfully completed your secondary education.
Your career prospects
Our systematic education and training program offers you ample opportunity for development and growth. You can obtain further qualification as a master tradesman, industrial foreman or mechanical engineer, for example. You can also use what you learn during your apprenticeship for a career as a CNC programmer or industrial engineer at Brose.
Apprenticeship training always starts on 1 September. Applications must be received by 31 August of the preceding year.
Do you have any questions before you submit your application? Our apprenticeship and training manager Mr. Stammberger is happy to assist you. Simply send an email to email@example.com or call him and his team at +49 (0)9561 21-1287.