What does an engineer do?
The perception of engineering seems to vary somewhat from country to country, partly for historical reasons. Today, the term is often used in the sense of applied sciences. Engineers apply their technical expertise to diverse areas, they develop communication, transportation and building infrastructures. Engineers are in charge of (re)construction, development and improvement in technical projects. They give advice, carry out feasibility studies, devise design concepts, calculate and monitor the budget, analyse user behaviour ...
Where do engineers work?
Where engineers work usually depends on their specialism and working field. Dosign are active in diverse technical disciplines in which engineers apply their specific skills.
How to become an engineer?
To work as an engineer usually requires an advanced technical study. If you aspire to a specific engineering field, the choice of your study can be crucial. Dosign are active in the training of engineers and other technical professionals. Dosign Academy offers certified courses and vocational training in engineering, also for external participants, ie non-employees of Dosign.
Since 2011, Dosign offer engineering traineeships, combining work and training. In the Netherlands, technical graduates follow an advanced engineering study alongside practical work in their field. The dual study programme covers mechanical, electrical and mechatronic engineering. In Germany, the focus is on piping design. Alongside their studies, students obtain experience as junior engineer.