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Training & Personal Development at Westpac
- Average rating for Training, based on 72 reviews7.5 / 10
Please describe the training programmes at your company and tell us what skills you've picked up.
Completed RG146 in my graduate year. Paid for by work. Lots of on the job training along the way.
BA/PM skills. The training could be evolved further to include more dynamic & current skills being used in the organisation (e.g. agile, selective courses for people with specific career goals/position titles).
in under a year I have attended Business analyst and Project Manager training to boost my skillset. multiple smaller training opportunities are also made available
You get to do Business Analyst and Project Management courses (2 days). You have to give a business case if you want to do more training.
The company provides a high level of support to graduates in regards to additional training. This includes paying for our accounting accreditation and providing us with study leave during exam time.
Most training is informal, although I was sent to a formal SAS workshop for a few days. A lot depends on self-learning. I am now quite proficient at SAS (statistical analysis software), and VBA.
Training with specialists within the team. Have learnt technical analytical skills around what they do.
Entry level, Melbourne
Lots of soft skills workshops available, but would like to get more technical training.
Each rotation, at least one Mandatory training course is organised for graduates to partake in.
Have not attended any 'formal' training programs. Informal training has been offered for agile work practices, data analytics and other role specific skills.
Almost all informal training which comes about because of me asking colleagues about how to do things - can be frustrating as people are not always available to help you.
As a grad I was allowed the opportunity to participate in many courses to aid with my development.
Online training academies, credit workshops, portfolio management. You learn about the company, systems, regulations, and technicalities of credit assessment as well as client services/sales/relationship management of a portfolio.