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Training & Personal Development at Deloitte
- Average rating for Training, based on 103 reviews7.8 / 10
Please describe the training programmes at your company and tell us what skills you've picked up.
Proposal writing and presenting, working with different people, design thinking - that is amazing (Creating a great client experience)
Internal training programs (including graduate program) focuses on soft skills, in some areas (e.g. accounting technical and auditing) there is lots of support for hard skills
Entry level, Hobart
My company follows the 70/20/10 rule: 70% on-the-job training (immediate client exposure from day one of beginning work), 20% coaching, and 10% formal training. This has worked really well for me to date. Every employee is paired formally with a career coach, and most people also have informal mentoring networks outside of this. My formal training has included a 4-day national graduate training camp, 2-day problem-solving course, 2-day national graduate networking and soft skill workshop series, ongoing online and face-to-face sessions (some general and some focused on particular technical skills), and an 8-week business challenge completed alongside ongoing client work. However, the best training has been working in a client environment every day since I started.
I have been involved in many training sessions to assist in y development. The organisation really strives to give us the best opportunities to learn and develop our skillsets
The job itself you are constantly learning in but the employer provides many training opportunities, voluntary and compulsory.
Structured Problem Solving Communicating with Impact Business Chemistry Team work and management skills SCQA analysis Making Moment Matter with clients - how to best deal with your client
Strong commitment to both professional and personal development training in skills relevant to my role and broader skills
Internal training is taken very seriously here. I have been on a very intensive first year technical tax training course which has been hugely beneficial to my role.
The training options are excellent. Since I started at the company, I have been involved in design thinking training, digital training, business writing training, public speaking training and others. All of this training was undertaken outside the context of my normal role.
Far too many skills to list, you learn a lot, that's why people do this job
The training in corporate tax is excellent. Firstly we have a one year internal tax training unit accredited by the University of Sydney. Then we complete a graduate diploma in tax through the University of Sydney. Once that is finished we have a choice to complete either the CA or do a Masters of Tax
There are regular training programs at all levels. It is regularly encouraged to attend these training sessions and some are mandatory for progression.