Advanced training increases career opportunities
When Tomasz Gramczewski began to work at FAMOT in Pleszew in Poland, one of DMG MORI’s most modern production sites seven years ago, he was responsible for the assembly of the machines, the installation of electronic assemblies as well as the diagnostics and commissioning. He specifically sought out the employer because, as a skilled electrical fitter, he had always been interested in machines, robotics and control systems. After some time, he began to want more from his job: “The tasks that I undertook at FAMOT motivated me so much that I wanted to expand my education with a Master’s degree in automation and robotics.”
But completing the degree was by no means the end to Gramczewski’s educational career. After this achievement he went on to attend an English course for engineers in Great Britain to improve his knowledge of the language.