FMTI- Skills Initiatives
FMTI’s activities related to skills development are the following:
Bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in mechanical engineering – on the initiative and with support by the FMTI at the University of Applied Sciences “Technikum” Vienna.
Equality with the bachelor graduates – establishing the HTL-Ebgineer (=Higher Technological Institute) at level 6 in the National Qualifications Framework.
Endowed professorship at Graz University of Technology: at the Technical University of Graz, an endowed professorship was established with a focus on “Smart Factory”.
Endowed professorship at the Johannes Kepler University: professorship for production engineering and quality assurance co-initiated and implemented by the FMTI.
Endowed professorship “Additive manufacturing of high-performance materials” at the Montan University of Leoben.
TU Graz Assistantship Building Technology in cooperation with FMTI and the Technical Association.
TU Vienna: Financial support for the tutor network to improve exam results.
Conducting Studies on HTL (Higher Technological Institute: need for HTL skills in the metal technology industry and study on need for IT skills.
Image and apprenticeship campaigns, radio spots, short film projects on ORF, trade fairs.
Owns a webpage to support apprenticeships in metal technology industry.