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Training & Personal Development at Boeing Defence Australia
- Average rating for Training, based on 10 reviews6.8 / 10
Please describe the training programmes at your company and tell us what skills you've picked up.
Plenty of training is available. Mandatory training is a drag and sometimes it feels like a waste of time and irrelevant to your day to day job (even if it is not really irrelevant).
I've mainly learned by doing, there hasn't been much in the way of formal training.
Fundamentals of Systems Engineering which teaches you about problem solving and processes involved throughout the entire projects lifecycle from requirements analysis, managing risks to design develop test then verification.
Graduate, Brisbane, QLD
Lots of training on offer that directly applies with the work i am doing.
It depends on the team you're in, but there are some informal and informal training courses available, some of which are good. More access to informal courses would be good.
Too much soft skills training. Zero technical training (especially for software folks who make up most of the Brisbane office!). Too much redundant training that covers the same stuff - especially for new starters and then double again for graduates. The left and right hands that organise the training do not seem to talk to each other.