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I couldn't have wished for a better placement. The people I work with are easy to get along with and build good relationships with. The work load was hard at first but when you become more confident you can fly through it and I was even able to take on more responsibilities which was fantastic. My manager in Stockport helped me advance certain career skills like advanced excel formulas and business acumen. Also, I was enrolled onto the 'BUILD Programme' which was set in place to give/ advance and help with a lot of transferable career skills. as well as this, they do a psychometric test and show you your personality strengths in business and also areas in which you can focus to improve on. I had lots of useful feedback that I was able to take on board and all of these factors have definitely improved my confidence inside and outside of business.
The internship at Bosch was a very enjoyable experience, where I learnt a lot of new things relevant to the course I am studying. The tasks I carried out were also very relevant for me, and I was able to gain new knowledge as well as applying my own knowledge to the tasks given to me.
I had a really good time. This hand-on approach contributed to my skills and my future career. I learned so much. From the start on I felt comfortable - I was a part of the team and had a responsibility. I enjoyed coming to work and I am really happy that I had this opportunity.
I am enjoying my my placement a lot, I would rate it 9 out of 10 as I initially did not believe I could become passionate about power tools because I knew nothing about them and I would not be a typical target group. However the team is so knowledgeable, experienced and passionate - it really rubs off!
Bosch employed about 20 interns in the Power Tools department every year, this makes socialising in and out of work very easy, which is especially important when you are relocating. I have heard that Bosch used to do events like the Bosch Olympics that brought all department together team building. Sadly there is little opportunity to socialise with other departments or get involved with any form of team building, there for moral is very low in the office.
I’m really glad I had a chance to Join Etas LtD. I wake up every morning with a smile on my face and go to work happily. I have great colleagues, all helpful and kind. Fantastic trainings and love doing my job as it’s so diverse. I’m in charge with the variety of things and it’s never the same. I’m so happy I got this opportunity.
I struggled initially because this was my first time moving out as well as moving 100 miles away from home, and starting a new job all at the same time. I can honestly say becoming a part of Bosch was a welcoming and easy process. Everyone is so friendly and helpful.
I overall was fine with it. It wasn't the best experience that I had, but not the worst either. I did this for a month now, so my assessment could be wrong. I think the main issue is communication through the company and a management issue in higher positions .
I really love my role. I'm able to get involved with lots of different activities which is great for my CV. I'm also given a lot of responsibility, more than I thought you'd get on a placement. This is great as I'm given the freedom to complete actual real tasks that help the business and I can see what I'm doing is making a difference.
I thoroughly enjoyed my placement in the HR department within Bosch. From the onset the work and roles I was assigned came with great responsibility which really made me feel like a real part of the team. I was told before I started that I would spend all my time making teas and photocopying when this couldn't have been further from the truth. I quickly learnt the high impact my role had on the entire HR team and seeing my work benefit and help others spurred me on to be the best I could be.
Working as the Training and Development Intern within HRC3 was a great experience. I was responsible for my own tasks and was also part of many different projects within the team. I had the opportunity to complete my own project whilst on placement that has contributed to my degree as a replacement of a dissertation.