Continuous training and professional development are necessary tools--to encourage individual and collective behaviour changes when carrying out company business--as well as to promote professional development that will guarantee the quality and innovation of our products and services.
They also play a major role in all areas of work where performance quality depends essentially on human resources and the organization of their activities.


Since 2016, the Company has collaborated with Technical Institutes to have students interact with the company and be introduced to its design, prototypes, production and maintenance processes, dealing with continuous improvement and automation issues.


The company cooperates in a synergistic and constant way with Technical Institutes and Universities (Udine, Pordenone and Padua) to create training and placement courses for new diploma holders, university graduates and final year university students who are given the opportunity to develop their thesis within the company while being directly involved in its various functions. Such theses are concerned mainly with lean production, product development and management control issues.


Based on their position with the Company, employees are involved in periodic training courses to improve their technical, relational and managerial skills. The Company believes these courses are fundamental because, in addition to providing professional enrichment, they actively contribute to the maintenance of health and safety standards as well as of high levels of performance and production efficiency.


As an important orientation, students and authorized external staff may visit the Company's premises. This offers an opportunity to get to know the company from up close and observe its organization and processes so they can imagine themselves in a work context that they could join after earning their diploma or degree.
Training is representative of the company’s quality, especially if understood as a store of technical and professional skills, but also as culture, a way of knowing how to read and interpret the reality of people’s relations and interactions. It is a strategic tool for the management of human resources, the development and enhancement of professional skills and the implementation of the Company’s entire organizational system.

The Training Plan is developed by taking into due consideration the following general goals and guidelines:
Process and system training goals: aimed at developing the skills and knowledge of suitable activities and procedures, which promote the improvement of quality (efficiency and effectiveness) and the appropriateness and safety of specific processes
Technical-professional training goals: aimed at developing technical-professional knowledge skills in one’s specific area of work