One of the technologies used in training is the virtual reality software IC.IDO (I see, I do), which puts in the hands of the operator a control that allows him/her to manipulate virtual objects as if it were on the real assembly line. "It simulates the line with the car, the mathematics of the car, and allows the operator to pick up and put the materials in the car, all in a more ludic way", Juliana explains.
Even after they are on the production line, operators return to the Process Center for periodic training and complementary training (technical, managerial and leadership), with a focus on continuous improvement.
Anderson Marinho (photo) participated in the first Process Center group. His training, at the end of 2014, lasted 35 days. He was then assigned the role of team leader (each FCA team of six operators has a leader, which optimizes process and product quality). Today, he is Manufacturing Supervisor and instructor. "The Process Center opens our eyes," says Anderson, who was finishing his Business Administration degree when he joined FCA. "After a year at the Jeep Plant, I started teaching. For me, it's very gratifying to do the training", he says.