The high-level apprenticeship Master Course In
“Additive Manufacturing” has been planned in close collaboration with the companies
involved in the educational project. The objective of the Master Course is that
of training young and motivated, newly-graduated engineers in order to create a
new generation of high-level specialists in the Additive manufacturing process
field. The foreseen professional figures are those of Technical Leaders,
Project Managers, Industrial Operational Leaders, Mechanical Designers,
Software Designers and Spare Parts Managers. These figures, of a marked
international nature, will integrate technical and managerial expertise for the
use and management of Additive Manufacturing. As a consequence, the Master
Course offers the unique opportunity of being trained in an international
environment with demonstrated mature working experience in advanced projects.
Politecnico di Torino has presented a funding request in the framework of the regional call for proposals aimed at funding training options for apprenticeships (Direttiva “Alta Formazione Continua in Apprendistato”, Bando della Regione Piemonte per la sperimentazione di percorsi formativi per l’acquisizione del titolo di master Universitario di I e II livello, D.D. n.482 del 15/09/2010 - D.D. n.49 del 03/02/2012 e D.D. n.274 del 12/06/2013).
The specializing Master program has been approved and funded.
The call for applications entitled "Alta formazione continua in apprendistato" has been published by the Regione Piemonte and focuses on:
- employment (before the official start of lectures) of the selected graduate students by the partner companies (ex art. 5 D. Lgs 167/2011 - "Testo Unico Apprendistato");
- educational training at the Politecnico di Torino and in partner companies, to be concluded with a 2nd level specializing Master title at the end of the training period (that had been envisaged with a duration of two years).
At the request of GE Avio S.p.A. and Ridix S.p.A., applications have been opened again till February 4th 2016, at 11.59 a.m.