How to become a human taxidermist?
Probably the most common question we get asked....
Human taxidermist is not an apprenticeship. First, you need a job where you are trained. Parallel to this, you continue your education through self-study and advanced training courses and can finally take a (voluntary) examination to become a human preparator with a federal certificate. Normally, one is paid like a trained professional, since we usually require a completed vocational training in any profession. This is the normal career in a nutshell.
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Are trial days or internships possible?
Trial days or internships are usually not possible!
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