Skills for Production Technology - Vamia Stainless
Vamia Stainless-project promotes the employment of English-speaking individuals in technology companies in the Vaasa region by offering components of machine and production technology qualifications through apprenticeship training. Through this project, students and employers receive support and guidance as they transition to gradual apprenticeships, facilitating genuine integration into the workforce. Language proficiency development is at the core. The operational project enhances participants’ employability and encourages companies to hire foreign-language workforce.
Are you looking for a new challenge and an opportunity to further your education? Look no further than Vamia! We are seeking motivated and dedicated individuals to join our community of learners. At Vamia, we offer a wide range of programs and courses designed to help you achieve your academic and professional goals. Our experienced faculty and staff are committed to providing you with the support and resources you need to succeed. Don't miss this opportunity to take your education to the next level.
During your studies, you will complete mechanical and production engineering studies and get a job through an apprenticeship contract, and you will complete 45 credit points related to specific parts of the degree. The study program includes both classroom-based learning and an apprenticeship, provided the right apprenticeship position is available. The focus of the studies will be on machining, welding, and installation, with additional topics such as CNC and robotics.
- Experience or previous education from an industrial field.
- Good English skills.
- A positive attitude and a strong willingness to learn.
- Good problem-solving skills.
- We hope the applicant already lives in the Vaasa region.
Why Choose This Opportunity?:
- It offers a unique chance to learn and grow in the field of mechanical engineering and production.
- You’ll gain valuable experience working alongside professionals.
- There’s an opportunity to build important connections within the industry and get a permanent work place.
More information about this opportunity will give from Vamia, Jukka Mäntymaa and Barona, Antti Flander. Barona works as a recruitment partner. Send us an application as soon as possible. We will interview candidates during the process.
The training has been funded by the European Union's Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF), which is the key instrument of the EU's Recovery Facility (NextGenerationEU). The financing has been granted by the Service Centre for Continuous Learning and Employment. The Service Centre promotes the competence development of working-age people and the availability of skilled labour. The operations of the Service Centre are overseen by the Ministry of Education and Culture and the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment.