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tads watches watchmakers start their run
- 26 September 2016
- Posted by: editor
- Category: formation
Tads new classes are day after day coming to start line, and time is up this week to see new Watchmaking biennial spring into action. As usual, course is fully sold out: people from all over the world knock on tads’ door to win admission to one of most challenging and complete professional course in Europe, the sole counting ETA, Swiss Made movement birthplace, between its partners in formation. The cluster come from South Africa last year to join our Watchmaking class has already passed first step, and will face now second year challenges, but fresh-come students will find new biennial as much training as halfway one.
Watchmaking class is actually the first, in tads, for number of lab hours; not surprisingly, as the art of measuring time asks to its converts uncommon skills and manual abilities. Future watchmakers – at our place – spend at work post the most of their 1.800 hours in tads.
Even if all specializations display a top level quality formation both academic than handy, on field, Watchmaking has an its own peculiar toughness, as a chronograph has to be not only beautiful, and well done; it has to be sharply accurate, and last possibly forever. So much and so wide are so the technical know-how required to a timepieces manufacturer that its path in Tarì school has cast-ironed phases, from the most elementary bases to first approach to mechanics and upper. Even the simplest notions about chronographs, just to say, are second year matter.