Polymechanics and Automation
Producing and installing parts for production machinery and equipment in areas that include electrical and mechanical engineering, and fitting hydraulics and mechanics.
Polymechanics and Automation could be for you if you like:
- Complex problems
- Making things
- Using computers
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More about Polymechanics and Automation
Polymechanics technicians need a wide range of skills, both producing and installing parts for production machinery and equipment.
They require skills in logic and automation control and the related basic electrical and circuitry work associated with these areas of production.
They need to diagnose and solve problems and offer advice on a wide range of issues in many different industries.
Recent medallists in Polymechanics and Automation
WorldSkills Kazan 2019
Stefan Istvan Erös
As a leader in electrification, automation and digitalization, Siemens offers automation hardware and software in sectors from automobiles to steel in more than 200 countries. It seeks to raise skills to industrial levels by providing world class products and knowhow to WorldSkills Competitors and Experts.
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