An investment in the future
The Schüßler-Plan Academy is designed to offer our employees an in-house training programme which provides more than just continuous updating of their specialist knowledge. Our standardized training offering is organized into two areas – specialist further training in the fields of planning, construction management, project management and software and, secondly, career-oriented personal development. The Academy’s modules are designed to be transparent for both employees and supervisors and are selected according to individual abilities.
Appreciation through training
Appreciation and partnership are key elements of Schüßler-Plan’s corporate culture. The individually tailored courses offered by the Schüßler-Plan Academy are an expression of our appreciation of our employees. From an early stage young employees are given responsibility and encouraged to use their own initiative, thus systematically promoting their career development. Experienced workers are able to further expand their know-how and leadership skills. Individual programme modules are adjusted and re-structured each year to meet current needs and provide relevant content.
Programme modules at a glance
FOUNDATION PROGRAMME: Aimed in particular at young workers in their first four years of employment. In addition to specialist further development, the offering includes cross-disciplinary topics such as social competence, work-life balance, management and communication.
ADVANCED PROGRAMME: Focuses on helping experienced workers to consolidate and further develop existing skills. In line with their higher level of responsibility, the offering also includes leadership and entrepreneurial modules.
SPECIALIST KNOWLEDGE PROGRAMME: In addition to the further training courses offered by professional engineering associations and the Association of German Railway Technical Schools (VDEF) the Schüßler-Plan Academy offers numerous specialist further training courses on planning, construction management, project management and software.
Participation figures in 2017