Mandatory training is fantastic. Again, if you go after training programmes and can justify why you should do it/how it benefits team or company then they are very open
Learned everything I know about process engineering through work and training.
Graduates are well versed in training requirements and availability. I have been lucky enough to participate in some fantastic training to date and have a lot more to come.
Formal technical training (matched to position in company). Basic business and industry training (advanced training dependent on budgets, management support, and position in company) Support for additional training if requested and deemed suitable - always open to discussion on this topic
Technical training programmes aligned with my skill pool. I've picked up technical skills however have also picked up team work and communication skills along the way as you are in courses with others around the world, with different cultural backgrounds and language barriers
What can i say? Shell has its own university. Not every company has that.
Shell has a comprehensive training programme for Graduates. I have been fortunate to travel overseas a number of times to undertake training and have greatly valued the experience.