Nurturing Agents of Change
‘Industry 4.0’ refers to a series of game changing technologies that are transforming the manufacturing industry. However, a shortage of workers with the right digital skills and experience is proving a challenge for employers who want to innovate.
Highly skilled technology postgraduates have the know-how, but their lack of industrial or commercial experience often means they aren’t yet work-ready. Employers may also not have the time or resources to invest into further developing graduates.
IN4.0 TALENT enables employers to outsource their STEM graduate recruitment and development – gaining staff members who can hit the ground running!
A Fresh Approach to Graduate Recruitment
IN4.0 TALENT recruits STEM graduates and postgraduates from regional universities.
We train our graduates to ensure they are ready to be placed in industry to help deliver live commercial projects.
Once trained, we introduce TALENT graduates to our clients who have the option of immediately recruiting them as a full time employee or offering them a 2-month work placement.
During the placement, the graduate will work for the client for 10 days per month and will support them to create an Internet of Things (IoT) / Data Analytics prototype.
Once recruited as a full time employee, graduates are enrolled onto a 12-month development programme delivered by IN4.0 TALENT.
Graduate Development Programme
Our 12 month graduate development programme is delivered across 3 modules:
Each cohort will contain between 20 to 30 IN4.0 TALENT graduates and they will attend a maximum of 2 training and coaching days per month.
During their development programme, graduates will work on a commercial digital project for their employer. They will also be supported and mentored by IN4.0 Group’s Associate Consultants.
By the end of the programme, graduates will achieve Amazon Web Services certifications and other similar professional standards.
We are also happy for employers to enrol their existing staff onto the IN4.0 TALENT development programme, subject to there being commonality in profile and job roles.