Ausbildung Concrete and Reinforced Concrete Worker in Germany
Do you want to work on a construction site?
You can take up an apprenticeship program (Ausbildung) as concrete and reinforced concrete worker!
Role of concrete and reinforced concrete worker under Ausbildung in Germany
You use concrete on various sites for new construction, renovation, modernisation, and repairs.
You also use concrete for residential buildings, industrial plants, bridges, stairs, floor slabs, complicated structures like dams, and power plants.
You construct the formwork or the container into which they will pour the concrete. You mix the concrete, which gets done with varying degrees of tension depending on the goal.
You reinforce concrete with reinforcing steel to withstand more stress when used as a retaining wall.
The liquid concrete is examined, added to the formwork using crane buckets or concrete pumps, carefully removed by hand, and distributed uniformly.
Finally, the formwork is removed and touched up again if the concrete is hard.
You cut the steel structures to size and wire them together to create the formwork.
You create and disassemble scaffolding to secure things like walls or ceilings and set up barriers and site fences to ensure your building site.
You build complete concrete components throughout your training as a concrete and steel worker, which are lifted and utilised with a freight crane.
You install insulation materials for sound or heat insulation.
Did you know that Rome’s Pantheon contains the largest unreinforced concrete dome in the world? They constructed it in 128 AD and had a diameter of 43.4 metres.
The concrete and reinforced concrete worker is a three-year apprenticeship (Ausbildung).
The Ausbildung training resembles brick layering in the first two years.
At a vocational school, you spend the first half of your training period learning all the theoretical fundamentals, such as how to set up a construction site or create various concrete mix designs.
You occasionally spend time in the inter-company training facility, as academic training for concrete and steel workers is less frequent.
Did you know that steel can melt at a temperature of up to 1536° Celsius?
You can work as a foreman, factory foreman, master mason, and concrete worker where you can assemble and dismantle formwork, read blueprints, manufacture concrete mixtures, prepare construction sites, and operate mixers and other equipment.
Contact KCR CONSULTANTS now, and they will help you with the Ausbildung in Germany program.
Make jaw-dropping infrastructure with your concrete working skills!