- Schneider Electric is calling on local students to register for its Global Student Experience.
- Registrations close soon on 16th June, so there is not a lot of time to waste.
- The Experience offers a series of series of e-learning modules and simulated projects in fields like sales, marketing, supply chain, sustainability, and more.
Global energy management company Schneider Electric is putting the call out to local students interesting in growing their knowledge via its Global Student Experience programme.
The programme requires people to register, but there is not much time left to do so as registrations close on 16th June. As such, those interested in what is on offer need to act quickly.
As for what the Schneider Electric Global Student Experience programme is touting, the company explains that it will deliver a series of e-learning modules and simulated projects aimed at sharing information related to their careers.
The modules and projects cover a number of different areas, including sales and marketing, services, supply chain management, digital careers, and sustainability as a business.
“Whilst formal learning institutions provide students with valuable knowledge, they often lack the requisite practical, real-life skills training that are essential in the workplace. The Schneider Electric’s Global Student Experience bridges this gap, providing current and practical guidance to hit the road running,” highlights Modlay Davids, Talent Acquisition & Employer Branding specialist at Schneider Electric.
Breaking down the Global Student Experience programme, Schneider Electric noted the following:
- “Three weeks skills building – enrol in the available e-learning courses (sales and marketing, services, supply chain, digital careers, or sustainability as a business) to boost your career towards professional accreditation.
- Three weeks project simulation – select and develop a project topic to resolve a real business need. Students will have to record their final project presentation as part of their submission.
- Feedback and programme completion – Schneider Electric’s leaders and field professionals will provide review feedback on how to improve students’ skills. Students will also receive a completion certificate which they can also showcase on their LinkedIn profile.”
As for the different modules and related fields, it further unpacked that:
- “Sales & Marketing: Discover Schneider Electric’s customers and partners and learn how to influence a business. For all those seeking a basic knowledge and understanding of selling.
- Services: Learn about how Schneider Electric maintains and improves system reliability, productivity, comfort and efficiency. Schneider Electric will provide a sneak peek into its services business including our power, automation and control, and building lifecycle service solutions.
- Supply Chain: Understand how to meet the challenges of today’s digital economy, where customers want both products and services quickly and tailored to their unique specifications, and how Schneider Electric have fundamentally reimagined its Digital Supply Chain.
- Digital for your career: While it’s important to have the right set of digital skills in the context of our jobs today, it’s also crucial to be future-ready and up to date to become true Digital Citizens. This track explores the six key skills Schneider Electric has identified for future digital careers.
- Sustainability as a Business: The Schneider Electric team keeps their eyes on the future of energy management and corporate sustainability. Explore the hottest topics and trends in sustainability and renewable energy, and the scale of solutions as part of this learning track.”
If any of the above is of interest to you, information on registering can be found here.