What is a clean room exactly and what do the daily tasks of a micro-technologist include? Ten schoolgirls from grades six to nine will have the opportunity to take a look behind the scenes of First Sensor Microelectronic Packaging GmbH at the Girls' Day on March 28, 2018, in Dresden.
We start with a small company presentation and then it becomes practical: Our guests first slip into a cleanroom suit, because in our cleanroom production strict regulations such as the putting on of special clothing must be followed. Once it has been ensured that no hair is protruding and that the girls can breathe through the mouthguard, they can enter the cleanroom and take a close look at the production. Under expert guidance, they can try out some of the typical techniques and gain a good impression of the profession of microtechnologist.
With so many new impressions, many questions certainly arise. These question marks are taken care of by our microtechnologist trainer and our expert from the human resources department. In addition, there will certainly be an opportunity for a short chat with our trainees. Although they are still at the beginning of their careers, they are part of their team and have a lot to do.
With so much commitment it is no wonder that in Dresden all the signs are on Girl Power: Almost half of the junior staff at FSP are female. Of course, boys can also complete their training and join First Sensor after successfully graduating as microtechnologists. In addition to this training, First Sensor offers a further five training occupations. Find out what these are hier.
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