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Training & Personal Development at PwC
- Average rating for Training, based on 142 reviews7.9 / 10
Please describe the training programmes at your company and tell us what skills you've picked up.
we have internal training sessions and sessions for graduates to attend.
Hard to know what training is available
Informal training is abundant and development is rapid.
training occurs multiple times per year
Robotic Process Automation Chief Experience Officer Visio, Microsoft Access and complex SQL training Cyber Security Awareness
There is a large effort to provide internal training, but external or anything that provides professional accreditation is extremely limited.
Good and informative, but sometimes lacks interest
Training has been inconsistent for technology consulting
Training on the job, internal training sessions, external training sessions (through ARITA), networking training sessions.
The formal training has room for improvement, however, the informal training that takes place during a regular workday, is incredible.
at the start of the graduate program there was formal training that took place. all training following this is put on the individual to choose in their field of interest
Excellent and well structured training process.
Very satisfied as we are invested in heavily through training on the job and in training courses held internally.
In house training, enabled me to start meaningful work from week 2.
Formal training was not productive. On the job training has been of greater value to me.
The informal training you receive while working is great but the formal training lacking and needs to be improved to help employees before they enter the workforce that they are ready.
Some formal training is in place, but it is hard to actually obtain. Informal coaching and shadowing is rare due to staff being overworked.
Tax Academy - an internal program for training CA - support with CA modules On the job training Training sessions weekly on technical tax issues
The training programs included two weeks of consulting training as a graduate and have assisted with general consulting skills and there have been half day training programs that instruct how to ask for feedback as well as creating constructive conversations.
I went through basic consulting on-boarding training which gave you need-to-know insight on general necessary skill. Most of the training is done via shadowing and working on projects.
The training provided is less satisfactory than expected - especially given the amount that it is spruiked. General consulting training is widely available but technical training outside of professional accreditation occurs on an ad-hoc basis. Various skills mostly around consulting soft-skills. Small amount of skill increase in data analytics and forensic accounting approaches.
The initial induction is good when I completed the internship; however, I started part-time shortly after and there was no induction process as a part-timer or grad when I transitioned to grad. I also wasn't welcomed as a new grad when the transition occurred. The advisory team also does not have any formal training procedures so all training is on the job. This has made catching up to speed on a number of topics challenging.
Firm wide soft skill development is alright. Team technical training sessions also which are great.
I have had prior experience working as an intern at 2 firms. PwC's training is much superior, organised and well established. Training on audit skills as well as industry changes and soft skills are provided. The entire company constantly works to improve itself
I like that there is regular training at different intervals during your time here. It adds to all the on the job training you get.