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Kevin started his three-year apprenticeship to become a media technologist at Interprint in 2010 and passed his final apprenticeship examination in 2013. After one year of work as a media technologist, he decided to undergo further training in Dusseldorf to become a state-approved printing and media engineer. "I nevertheless kept in contact with Interprint and worked there during the holidays," he recalls.
"After completion of the further training, I was fortunate in that Interprint was seeking a field application engineer and I immediately applied for the job. I wanted to return to Interprint because I greatly appreciate the working atmosphere here and because Interprint is one of the worldwide leading décor printers."
In his current job, he benefits from the broad basic knowledge of intaglio printing that he acquired from his training. He is therefore able to give his customers well-founded advice when they have application engineering questions or problems. His tasks also include giving technical support to the sales force and conducting product tests at the customers' premises.
What does he like most about his job? "I like the direct contact with customers. I often visit Polish customers and my command of the Polish language is then of great benefit. I am glad that I decided to undergo the further training and can only recommend that to everyone."