The Softeco Academy project, the company training and vocational training school promoted by the TerniEnergia Group leader in the ICT and digital sectors, is growing more and more. After the first round of courses aimed at hiring Java programmers, part – in fact – the second phase of activity, with the course reserved for 9 participants for .NET programmers.
The selection and training of the second group of Academy students is carried out in collaboration with Umana, a job agency authorized by the Ministry of Labor and Social Policies for the management of temporary work.
Already four profiles entered the company
“The first course led to the introduction into Softeco of the first 4 highly qualified profiles in Java programming – explains Softeco’s HR Manager, Marcella Arioti – with this new intensive training course of 8 hours a day for 5 days a week, for a total of 240 hours, we want to introduce new Softeco programmers in the company, specialized in .NET selected from young graduates and graduates”.
Softeco is engaged in a phase of strengthening recruiting, with the expectation of integrating the staff with over 120 new professional figures during 2019.
8 Softeco teachers involved in the project
The 9 trainees will work on a bouquet of software and applications consisting of .NET framework, SQL Server with “dbowner” profile, Notepad ++, Telerik Fiddler and Visual Studio 2017. To contribute to the training there will also be 8 teachers selected from the staff of Softeco operating in programming.
The objective of the Academy is to put the students in contact with the business reality, contributing to the growth of the new professional skills in the working context, also to transfer to the future collaborators the orientation towards proactivity, problem solving and customer satisfaction.