“When I found out that Aalberts was looking for new international management trainees with affinity for technology but also aspiring to grown in aspects of business management, I knew that this was a traineeship that was made for me.”
“My day to day at IPS involves maintaining and improving manufacturing & assembly processes in the Heating and Gas valves departments. This involves spending time on the shop floor with the operators to find out what their thoughts on the processes are and how they believe they could be improved.”
developing products with ‘added value’
“The Aalberts values were appealing as they encourage their employees to take ownership and challenge the status quo in order to improve their processes and products. This aligned with my desire to test my own capabilities and develop my skills as a designer.”
‘Take ownership – that’s what this project was about for me’ said trainee Yvonne Spaltman. For her second project as part of the international management traineeship at Aalberts.
Aalberts integrated piping systems gave a lunchtime lecture on career opportunities to around 30 students from the Industrial Engineering faculty, University in Enschede, The Netherlands.
investing in our people
Diversity is one of Aalberts integrated piping system great strengths and attracting people with a broad range of skills and talents, helps us to develop new solutions, remaining competitive and flourish.
how to adapt the development programme in day-to-day work
“When I was asked to take part in this programme I was honoured and excited the company saw my potential to be a future leader in the organisation”, says Lauren Broome, HR analyst for Aalberts integrated piping systems in North America.