Training duration:

400 hours
(105 hours of theory, 295 hours of practice)

Lesson duration:

45 minutes

Accreditation number:


Target audience:



Effect for participants:

  • Know the properties of technical materials used in mechanical engineering.
  • Capable of reading and drafting mechanical engineering component drawings.
  • Capable of determining the correct technological procedure while choosing optimal conditions for the manufacturing process and precisely defining the individual parts.
  • Familiar with applicable standards and technical regulations.
  • Know the basic methods of working with technical materials with the use of lathes, grinders, and mills.
  • Compliance with the occupational safety rules and regulations.
  • Capable of performing the work activities without causing damage to the environment while contributing to environmental protection.

Content frame:

Requirements for the profession of a metal worker

  •    Working conditions in metalworking professions
  •    Overview of required specific expert knowledge

Mechanical engineering technology I.

  •    Properties of technical materials
  •    Testing of technical materials
  •    Technical materials made of metal
  •    Non-metal technical materials
  •    The basics of metallography and heat treatment
  •    Surface treatment

The basics of technical drawing

  •    Drawing aids
  •    Technical drawing standards
  •    Graphical projection
  •    Technical sketching
  •    Dimensioning
  •    Surface finish symbols

Mechanical engineering technology II

  •     Casting
  •     Forming
  •     Thermal cutting of materials
  •     Welding
  •     Soldering
  •     Adhesive bonding
  •     Assembling process

Metalworking technologies

  •    Fits and precision metalworking
  •    Fundamentals of chip-producing processes
  •    The basics of machining

Technology of metalworking by hand

  •    The basics of metalworking by hand
  •    Cutting of metals
  •    Cutting, chiseling, and punching of materials
  •    Filing of surfaces
  •    Straightening and bending
  •    Drilling and reaming of holes
  •    Hand threading with taps and dies
  •    Manual grinding

Lathe turning technology

  •    Basic lathe turning operations
  •    More complex lathe turning operations
  •    Specific lathe turning techniques
  •    Analyses of technological procedures

Grinding technology

  •    Basic grinding operations
  •    More complex grinding operations
  •    Analyses of technological procedures

Milling technology

  •    Basic milling operations
  •    More complex milling operations
  •    Specific milling techniques
  •    Analyses of technological procedures