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Training & Personal Development at Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation
- Average rating for Training, based on 14 reviews7.8 / 10
Please describe the training programmes at your company and tell us what skills you've picked up.
I have done a lot of training around radiation safety and safety in general. I was able to refresh my first aid training through work. There is a bit of training provided through the graduate program as well.
Most of my training has been technical skills learnt on the job.
We have had 4 weeks worth of professional development in a huge number of areas. Public speaking, negotiation, commercial acumen, project management, and other personal/professional development
Significant technical and management training available We have a large amount of internal training courses, which means the company doesn't have to pay great amounts of money for it, which in turn means that any training you choose that you want, regardless of role, can be facilitated
The company designed a two-week training program prior to starting work and a second two-week program when I was 8 months into work. These were concerned with further developing softer skills such as management, people management, business acumen, self-analysis, negotiation and influencing skills. Some of these were more effective than others. I've definitely increased my abilities in project management, negotiation, people profiling, influencing skills. There are also training programs designed for the transfer of company specific technical training. This includes things such as Good Manufacturing Practices. There are online learning modules for this located in the companies' Learning Management System. A lot of different work areas have similar learning modules for different types of knowledge transfer. This system seems to work quite effectively.
Lots of opportunities in the graduate program for training and development