The profession of watchmaking is versatile and demanding. As a qualified watchmaker, you will possess many skills, such as assembly and repair in the field of micromechanical engineering as well as drawing up precise construction plans and crafting different individual parts from a variety of materials. In the first place, your skills in craftsmanship and your dedication to detail play an important role as well as the ability to take a fresh look at even the smallest things with continuing concentration and perseverance, again and again. Additionally, as an experienced watchmaker, you will be working together with design and construction engineers. Your knowledge is sought-after in different domains of watch production, such as for example the test laboratory, prototype building and the restoration of historic watches.