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Nick Dolleris Seeger

Competitor in Skill: Print Media Technology
Country: Denmark

How did you get interested in your skill?
My father got me into this work, I didn’t know anything about the education or what they did. At first I wanted to be a mechanic and got out with top grades, but I couldn’t find any workplace so I started as an offset printer, or graphic technician, as it’s called today. So it was all new to me, and I started to like the work and the people I worked with. So that’s how I got into it, and I got pretty good at it and liked how I worked and working with the machines.

Where did you do your training for your skill?
I do my training primaryly in my company, but I do the special competitions at my school. So primaryly I do my training at the company I work in.

Who influenced you to pursue your skill as a career?
My dad helped me on the way to this education. But it was my teacher, and now working as a coach for me, he asked me if I would like to compete in skills, and he told me I had some good chances and also because I like the work I do.

Describe your most memorable moment so far with WorldSkills?
The most memorable moment must be when I won the Danish skills. It was unreal. But also the people I have met and learned to know now,

Did participating in the skills competitions and training for WorldSkills help you progress in your skill? Please describe.
Yes it did. The demands I made has been important.

What do you currently do? Where do you work?
I work at a company called Kailow. As an offset printer.

What are your future career aspirations?
I think I will continue working as I am now.