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New course will give jobs in industry

A 3-D printer-photocopier that prints on plastic gives better opportunities to examine prototypes.
A 3-D printer-photocopier that prints on plastic gives better opportunities to examine prototypes.
Foto:Lasse Ottosson

Industries are desperate to find trained technicians. So at Göinge Training Centre (GUC) a new type of training with a CNC-profile will be introduced to suit local industries .

A few years ago the upper school industrial programme was discontinued. Now Göinge Training Centre (GUC) is to start a new upper school CNC-course within the framework of Yrkesvux.

– The most sought-after jobs in the country are in that branch. Where I ’ve previously taught courses like that, 95 per cent have found a job, says Jens Sjölander. He will be a teacher on the new CNC-programme that will start this autumn.

Industry stands for 35 per cent of the country’s exports. Industrial technicians are in great demand.

Jens Sjölander, a teacher on the new CNC course, shows Adeeb Karim how the course is set out.
Foto: Lasse Ottosson
Jens Sjölander, a teacher on the new CNC course, shows Adeeb Karim how the course is set out.

– We have adapted our courses to the industries in the area, says Jimmy Ek.

There are already two other programmes included in the industry and construction programmes at GUC, sheet metal and welding, and stonework. These will be co-ordinated with CNC.

There will also be an introductory course for students studying Sfi at D-level.

Sven Mankell demonstrates how to insert designs and obtain three-dimensional models.
Foto: Lasse Ottosson
Sven Mankell demonstrates how to insert designs and obtain three-dimensional models.