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Sixteen-year-old Tessa Zimmerman is in the first year of Albeda College’s Machining level 2 programme at RDM Rotterdam. During the programme, Teresa learns how to operate lathes and milling cutters, among other equipment.
You can make virtually anything you see with your own hands. As an ironworker, you erect steel and aluminium structures. Examples include bridges, containers and oil rigs. You employ a variety of metalworking techniques, including welding, sawing, rolling, drilling and joining.
As an automotive engineer, you know everything about the technology used in today’s cars and new developments in the automotive sector. After graduating from the engineering programme, your options include employment as a designer or design engineer for a car manufacturer or engineering firm. You can also decide to establish your own company.
Would you like to sit behind the controls of an industrial plant and ensure that everything runs smoothly and efficiently? The various process operator programmes form an excellent foundation for a career in the petrochemical, chemical, pharmaceutical or food industries.
You’re fascinated by technology. You want to know exactly how a device works, and you want to make entirely new products or improve existing designs. Mechanical Engineering is a multi-faceted field. As a graduate of the programme, you can choose to design anything from consumer products to complete machines.
As a machinist, or metal worker, you make precision parts for specialist machinery and equipment. You can be counted on for professional, top-quality results. Using both hand-operated and fully-automated machine tools, you can turn, mill, cut and burnish any part desired to exact specifications.
For a special experience of RDM Rotterdam, why not take a virtual tour? Or you can decide to visit the location in real life: hear all about the former shipyard from a former RDM employee or expert on the area.