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Varied Practical Experience and Intensive Coaching
Berner & Mattner's Trainee Program
"For a specialist in the field of embedded software and electronic systems like ourselves employees with just the right blend of professional competence, interdisciplinary thinking and strong communication skills is one of the most crucial factors of our success", explains Anja Ranft, Human Resources Manager at Berner & Mattner. "Thus we have decided to enhance these particular skills of young professionals by means of a trainee program."
Depending on the focus of the individually coordinated education plan for young professionals, the trainee period is divided into several blocks and carried out at various subsidiaries with different core competences. The trainees receive intensive training on various responsibilities. The practical part is supplemented by training and workshops to enhance both their personal and professional development. Focal points of the trainee program might be development in automatic control engineering, operation of modern hardware-in-the-loop testing systems or systems engineering. Marketing and sales activities as well as project management and communication training are also part of the program. During the entire program the trainee will receive intensive coaching from his/her respective manager. In addition, the trainee's career will be supported by a "mentor" from the management board. Recent graduates or engineers with early work experience should have graduated in the fields of informatics, electrical engineering or mechatronics.
"Employees who have successfully completed the trainee program have reached a technologically advanced level and know how to work in a team and take on responsibility. In short: the trainee is perfectly equipped for his/her further career path at one of our subsidiaries", states Dr. Klaus Eder, COO Berner & Mattner. Anyone interested can reach us via our website http://www.berner-mattner.com.
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