Designers work with other technical specialists to develop and design individual parts and assemblies for devices, machinery or assemblies, as well as tools and devices for production. They process orders, specifications and subsections of projects. They generate production, assembly and testing documentation and record the necessary production data. The also create instruction manuals and documentation for the operation and maintenance of the products.
Designers enjoy performing calculations, especially algebra and geometry, as well as technical drawings and physics. They are interested in technological relationships and are happy to work on computers. Designers are by nature thorough, meticulous and accurate. They are reliable and assume responsible for their projects. They have a good feel for spatial relations and analytics. This profession requires a dedication to continuing education. This demanding course of training generally requires the highest upper-level qualifications. Knowledge of English is an advantage.
Duration of training: 4 years