Scania presented his internship program Tea[email protected] from the future, consisting of technical training processes with practical application in its dealerships throughout the country. It is primarily aimed at students between 18 and 24 years of ageBoth those who are in the last year of secondary school in technical schools, as well as those who are doing their first years in related tertiary careers.
With a planned duration of six months, they will participate 20 students throughout the entire country. The main objective of the program is train future professionals and give them a first approach to working life. Also, at the end of the training process, the most prominent participants are offered an effective employment opportunity at Scania Argentina, according to the vacancies available at each service point.
“In order to participate, students have to present good academic performance. We look for profiles that, attitudinally, have good communication skills, teamwork and customer orientation "Said Marina Amitrano, Human Resources Manager of Scania Argentina. "Our objective is, in addition, to include women through this Program, to give them the possibility of entering professionally in this sector", Agregó.
Framed in its commitment to Sustainable Development Goals of the UN, Scania contributes with this program to the objectives of decent work and economic growth, quality education, reduction of inequalities, gender equality and partnerships to achieve the goals.
Since 2005, Scania has held seven consecutive editions of Future Mechanics, predecessor of the current program. With the participation of more than 100 studentsToday expands its name to Tea[email protected] because it will cover both men and women who will work in a workshop, as well as those who do it in the areas of spare parts or dealership administration.
Cristhian Rodriguez, former participant of the Program, detailed about his experience: “At the end of school we went to the workshop to continue learning; our practical activities were directly at Scania. It was very important for me to acquire knowledge in this way, it helped me a lot to continue progressing in my professional career ". He is currently a commercial advisor for repair and maintenance contracts at Scania Argentina.
“The first day I thought I was going to enter as a helper, get tools and suddenly we received training, work. Scania put a lot of trust in us. It was very exciting for me, I was happy to participate "shared Cristian Gaspari, former participant of the Program and current Unit Seller.