Enel regards its employees as both a resource and an important asset, and is constantly committed to ensuring they have the opportunity to increase their core technical, professional and managerial skills.
To this end Enel provides employees with training courses tailored to their individual professional profiles and requirements, thereby fostering the professional competence needed to create the future leadership of the company.
In accordance with the Enel skills model, it is possible to classify the aforementioned training courses as follows:
Enel University develops a "Training Plan" in collaboration with the Group's Divisions and Companies every year, which is designed and implemented thanks to the Company's internal commitment and the contribution of highly-qualified external professionals.
In specific terms, newly hired employees are of great interest to Enel University. Each Division works together with EU to plan and design professional training paths that are fully transversal, in order to render new employees' placement within the company as rapid and effective as possible.
Finally, in addition to such programs, job rotations, sessions to evaluate skills acquired and individual learning paths regarding areas for improvement are also scheduled.
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