Technical Trainer

Brad Kent

I’ve always liked teaching as far back as I can remember. I’d even considered being a high school teacher early on. I served in the Army National Guard for 16 years, too, some time as certified instructor and supervisor of the battalion communications section. Today, I am a technical trainer at our crankshaft plant in Danville, Illinois. Here, I share my knowledge about machining for 26 years now. It’s a life dream that came true very unexpectedly.

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Career at thyssenkrupp | Engineering | People at thyssenkrupp | Many roads lead to Rome. And even more lead to a career at thyssenkrupp. Whether you are a trained engineer, a purposeful multi-talent or a motivated career changer – if you are passionate, there is always a place for you at #teamtk. To breathe life into this statement, some of our colleagues tell you about their way to thyssenkrupp. One of them: Brad Kent. For the Technical Trainer at our crankshaft plant in Danville, Illinois, sharing his knowledge about machining for 26 years now is a life dream that came true very unexpectedly.