Supporting your career

Developing the professionalism and potential of our employees, at all levels, in all business lines, is a major challenge for the expansion of our Group. Every year, GEFCO invests at least 3% of the wage bill in your training. 

TRAINING: A COMPREHENSIVE AND GLOBAL SYSTEM

Regardless of which GEFCO site you work at, we guarantee you the same level of training and the same content.

Your personal development - our priority

Your personal advancement contributes to the Group's success. Because manufacturers' demands are constantly increasing, we place great value on regularly adapting your expertise to the new challenges in our business lines.  

This support is provided throughout your career through cross-disciplinary training programmes. For example: 

  • Negotiation,
  • Project management,
  • Team management,
  • Safety,
  • Information systems,
  • Foreign languages.

Your global training platform: GEFCO Campus

Open to all of our employees, our training structure GEFCO Campus encourages the learning and sharing of practices at a global level. It aims to:

  • Enhance your "business" skills,
  • Encourage exchanges and multicultural dialogue,
  • Develop a shared culture and standardised professional practices.

THREE TRAINING PROGRAMMES TO GUARANTEE YOUR ADVANCEMENT

Collective training: reinforce your business line

We adapt your skills to the changes in the sector and its business lines. To this end, we organise collective training courses in strategic fields, such as management, information technologies and sales.

Individual training: take the initiative 

Beyond these collective training courses, we encourage you to take your development into your own hands through individual training programmes. By enriching your knowledge and expanding your skills, you can develop your advancement opportunities within the Group.

The GEFCO Manager, a global programme

The "GEFCO Manager" scheme, introduced worldwide, ensures that we share the same management concept throughout the Group.

More than 3,000 managers in 17 countries have already completed this training programme, launched in 2003. The programme is regularly enriched with new modules.