“State-certified technician specialising in mill construction, grain and animal feed technology” with a focus on milling- related plant engineering or milling- related process engineering – this title does not simply fit on the business card, but opens many doors.
Prerequisite: completed vocational training
|Process technology in the milling and cereals industry or related professions in the food sector
|Mill construction, mechanical and plant engineering
technical system planning
|Agriculture and related professions in the food and feedstuff sector
DMSB and other possible qualifications
in mill construction, cereals, and feedstuff technology
|In parallel to your studies:
Chamber of Crafts examination or Chamber of Industry and Commerce examination
|University of Applied Sciences entrance qualification
|Master miller, instructor aptitude certificate
Opportunities: wherever bulk materials are …
|… conveyed, sorted, and processed
|… crushed, granulated, and pelletized
|… separated, fed, and mixed
Both disciplines deal with mill construction, grain and animal feed technology as well as interdisciplinary subjects such as German, English, natural sciences, politics, business administration or education. In addition, mill planning, storage and conveying technology are added for plant engineering, and baked goods and compound feed production for process engineering.
Most of the graduates cover both specialisations and take the feed certificate with them at the same time. The latter authorizes the management of a compound feed plant. Those who are also aiming for the Master’s title can also cover the theoretical part II at the same time. The district craftsmen’s association offers corresponding courses for parts III and IV. The examination is held by the Chamber of Crafts Braunschweig. Milling students can also take the instructor’s examination there or at the Chamber of Industry and Commerce.