Newly Graduated Bühler Machine Design Apprentice Pascal Brunner Wins Bronze at the WorldSkills 201110/17/2011 During four intense competition days at the WorldSkills professional world championship, newly graduated Bühler machine design apprentice Pascal Brunner demonstrated his skills at an international level. For his outstanding performance, he was awarded the bronze medal in the O2 Arena in London for ranking third, in the presence of 15,000 spectators. Bühler is proud of Pascal and congratulates him warmly on his great accomplishment! The WorldSkills professional world championship took place in London from October 5 – 8, 2011, during which some 1000 junior pros from 45 vocations and 53 countries put their skills to the test. Newly graduated Bühler machine design apprentice Pascal Brunner was a member of the Swiss delegation and competed in London with the world’s foremost machine design trainees. Pascal’s task was to analyze and design pre-specified machine assemblies and to produce the associated production drawings. With his accomplishment, Pascal ranked third among the machine design contestants behind Brazil and Singapore. Pascal: “My assignment in London was very stressful. But I learned a lot and was extremely proud of ultimately winning the bronze medal.”
The international contest in London was preceded by a period of intense preparations. Pascal’s training was highly practice-oriented and took place during the intense phase of his final apprenticeship examinations.
Bühler congratulates Pascal warmly on this excellent achievement!