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Associated British Foods products

Training

8.7 / 10

(based on 13 ratings in 2016)

2016

"Training is a mixture of delivery and on the job. There's some formal training but you learn most from actively doing the role."
Marketing, Entry level, London
"We've had training on selling, time management, understanding working styles and behaviours and about influencing and assertiveness."
Graduate,
"Core training is undertaken by all ABF graduate schemes and then this is followed by functional training depending on what scheme you are on."
Graduate, Manchester
"Over the two years we have had over 16 dedicated training courses including high-level influencing and advanced presentation skills, as well as more function-specific skills such as selling and negotiation."
Graduate, Maidenhead
"There's a wide range of training including presentation skills, project management and time management and influencing. There are also: practical engineering training, covering pneumatics, electrical maintenance, mechanical maintenance and bench fitting skills to cover any gaps."
Graduate, Stevenage
"Training is there if you want it. If you push for something you will get it."
Graduate, Peterborough
"There are lots of training opportunities both at graduate level, sales level and business level. Line managers always ensure you have the right opportunities to develop and work on the areas that you aren't as strong on. Personal development plans help to facilitate this."
Graduate, Biggleswade
"I have received a lot of formal training from the company, both management training and technical training for my role specifically. In terms of informal training, that is more up to you to find the gaps in your development and bring this up with your line manager."
Graduate, London
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