Credits: Microtechnician © FHH
A microtechnician solves problems encountered in development, services, operations and production. Their versatile skills enable them to perform numerous tasks in one or more of the following areas: construction, prototype development, inspection, maintenance, restoration, technical processes, security and quality management.
Source: State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation - SERI, Study Framework for training in higher education colleges – Microtechnology engineering - approved November 24th 2010
Conservator, Conservator-Restorer, Watchmaker (4 years), Production Watchmaker (3 years), Master Watchmaker, Production Mechanic, Micromechanic, Watch Fitter, Polymechanic, Mechanical Operator, Watch Laboratory Microtechnician, Microtechnician specialising in industrial processes, Microtechnician specialising in restoration/complications