The apprenticeship including the Matura is a very popular program to get access to a broad spectrum of promotion opportunities as well as further training possibilities. Markus Göschl chose this option. The young specialist himself as well as the company management of asma plastics technology PUR in Weitra were glad to hear about the tool maker´s excellent results at his final apprenticeship examination in 2017.For the extra-occupational training, Markus Göschl has already passed a maths, an English and a business administration exam. The missing German exam is going to be taken in autumn 2020.
To meet the customers´ requirements regarding new or existing products it is essential to test the material accordingly and to cast prototypes. Having completed the apprenticeship to become a tool making technician and a plastics engineer, Markus Göschl has the best qualifications for this. “No matter whether test series for small parts made from polyurethane are cast manually or with a high-tech casting machine, there are always very exciting moments deciding about whether we failed or succeeded. Expertise is extremely important in this case! “.
Polyurethanes can be pigmented using various colours and can be cast into different moulds. Markus Göschl describes his job as follows, “It is nice when new colours and shapes are developed from the various mixing ratios and you could contribute to it! “ .