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Training & Personal Development at Norman Disney & Young
- Average rating for Training, based on 12 reviews7.9 / 10
Please describe the training programmes at your company and tell us what skills you've picked up.
The company does its best to provide staff with internal and external training opportunities including travel to worthwhile interstate training events
Good weekly training sessions and external sessions. Always have an engineer available to ask questions.
external training is provided for respective disciplines. Internally, training is not really structured, and is based on the job training via tasks.
Formal training includes the graduate induction program and rotations around the various aspects of the company during the first few weeks of starting work. The induction program was valuable learning about the company and different industries that contribute to the construction industry. Informal training includes lunch and learn sessions where a supplier will come in and share information regarding their products over lunch. This has been helpful in acquiring greater knowledge of industry products and practices. Other training includes NDY supporting various industry events whereby you can attend out of hours.
There is lots of opportunity for training both internally and externally, it all depends on how much you want to do.
We have regular supplier visits and internal training sessions.