Training comes to an end

Feb 1, 2023

And another training period at Königsee Implantate comes to an end…

We apprentices from the 4th year of training, Niklas Pakstaitis, Lucas Ammon and Niclas Ammon (from left to right) want to look back on our training at the end. Started in 2019, we began with the basic metal training. There we learned the basics of metal cutting. Through filing, drilling, sawing and many other things, we made our first contact with the profession of metal cutting mechanics. After a short time, we were introduced to the turning, milling and grinding machines. On these we were able to complete our handling device, which was the goal of the 1st year of the apprenticeship. In the second year, we consolidated our knowledge of the machines through various small projects, such as an independently produced vice. With this knowledge, we could now start preparing for the intermediate examination.

Deployment in the solar park

After passing the intermediate examination, we contributed to the sustainability of the company by working on the solar park project. For example, we cleared the area of the solar park, which is still under construction, of rubbish, or beautified the finished park by creating various biotopes on the entire site. In this project, we grew together as a team and further developed our teamwork skills.

Get to know work processes

In the 3rd year of the apprenticeship, we were introduced to the production departments of the company. We were introduced to the work processes of CNC turning and CNC milling and produced our first orders ourselves. During this year, we were able to gain production experience and consolidate our knowledge.

Exam preparation in the training workshop

And so the fourth year of the apprenticeship began. In this year, we commuted between production and exam preparation in the training workshop. We all passed our theoretical final exam and are now about to take the practical one. Once we have passed, we will start our professional life in the CNC turning department (Lucas Ammon), CNC milling department (Niklas Pakstaitis) and in the semi-finished products warehouse (Niclas Ammon).

Finally, we would like to say thank you to those who have supported and trained us over the past three and a half years. Special thanks go to our training manager Mr Heinlein, who has accompanied us through ups and downs since we started in 2019 and has always been available to answer questions.

Thank you for this trustful time.