A New School Year Begins At Glashütte Original’s Watchmaking School
The Alfred Helwig School shows both watchmaking and toolmaking in three and three-and-a-half-year meetings, separately. 22 of the 26 new understudies will zero in on watchmaking; the other four will zero in on toolmaking. With the new class, the school currently has 80 understudies altogether under its rooftop. Graduates will get a German gifted laborer endorsement, and have a chance to take the WOSTEP test to get their WOSTEP diploma.
Glashütte Original is currently searching for understudies wishing to go to their next class, beginning in 2016. On the off chance that you are intrigued, visit their site for more information.