For us, training is important for individual growth and competitiveness and helps people “make a difference” to the business. Whether we are working to develop the skills of a maintenance technician or to prepare a young manager for the challenges of international business, we are always result-oriented. Support on the job, simulators, Web 2.0 platforms, peer-to-peer coaching, and networks of experts are just a few of the approaches – “beyond the classroom” – that enable the development of new skills while facing real problems and helping solve them.
For FCA, training also means working towards objectives and it provides a continuous opportunity to exchange information and engage with the most experienced and talented individuals in the Group, with customers and with experts from the world's leading technical and business schools.
Our ability to build a sustainable enterprise that competes in the global marketplace is dependent upon the Group’s single most important resource: employees. The Group remains committed to the ongoing development of its workforce through a number of alternatives, such as job rotation, coaching, mentoring, training and development.
FCA has long been committed to refining the training strategy and processes in order to achieve business objectives and to ensure a uniform approach to training. This supports the development of a Group-wide culture of embracing change, driving accountability and fostering empowerment.