Apprenticeships

With us, education has a long tradition!
Since 1975, we have recruited most of our next generation specialists from the ranks of our own apprentices. Go with us to success – in a dynamic and highly qualified family company.
Are you looking for a suitable training place for yourself?
Here you can get an overview of the areas in which we train.
Please send applications to E-mail or by post:

Ebmeyer Werkzeugbau GmbH
Berensweg 185
33334 Gütersloh

Still undecided in choosing a career? Are you interested in technology and do you enjoy tinkering? With an internship, you can acquire important insights into the world of work and experiences in the future profession. We offer you the chance to show your strengths, and at the same time to (…)

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If you are aiming for the profession of industrial engineer, dual study is the ideal way. As an industrial engineer, it is your job to mediate between the technicians and merchants. During your dual studies, therefore, sufficient provision should be made that you become acquainted with both the complex commercial (…)

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A technical product designer supports engineers in the development of most technical products. They design, construct and customize components and assemblies, as well as everyday objects on CAD systems. A technical product designer works in the aerospace, shipbuilding and automotive industries, as well as in the area of mechanical engineering. (…)

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Do you want to be able to operate and program modern milling machines? Here you will not learn monotonous machine work, but will train as a highly qualified specialist. We offer you versatile training, in which you learn to use and program modern computer-controlled CNC machines. The career prospects are (…)

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In this interesting metal profession, you will learn systematically how to customize sophisticated tools using innovative manufacturing processes. You should bring a good technical understanding and imagination for this varied job. For work tools, often the highest precision is demanded; and thus extreme accuracy is also needed in tool production. (…)

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