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Construtora Camargo Corrêa starts Young Talent Program in 2013

Monday, February 04, 2013 - 18:13
They will be trained through technical and behavioral contents They will be trained through technical and behavioral contents

Another class of the Young Talent Program starts its activities at Construtora Camargo Corrêa. The program aims to train leaders in line with the company’s purposes and goals, so that they can use opportunities inside the company. The last recruiting process for the 2013 edition started last year’s September and was completed in December.

Participants gathered late in January at an integration session and were provided with an overview of the company’s structure. During the next 24 months, the professionals will be given specific positions at projects, and will ultimately follow careers at the company. They will be allocated to work sites and will come to São Paulo from time to time for training courses. These courses will provide training technical, behavioral, and self-knowledge contents, in addition to individual coaching sessions.
The 2011 class completes training course
Late last year the professionals of the 2011 edition completed their training and were hired by Construtora Camargo Corrêa. After two years of training and experience at work sites, the program was finished with the presentation of the young professionals’ works, which were evaluated by the company’s executives.
According to the participant Bruno Sarmiento dos Santos, who worked during the program at Jirau Hydroelectric Plant, in Rondônia state, “participating in a construction work that will be in Brazil’s history was a unique opportunity”. In his opinion, young professionals gain visibility and experience at the projects. "I helped and grew at the same time. The program allowed my development and training in several areas”, he says.
The mechanical engineer Andressa dos Santos Schmidt, who joined an industrial project in Maranhão state, says she had difficulties but didn’t give up. “I knew nothing about work sites, and day after day I learned something new. It was a laboratory”, she says.