Enjoying your work boosts your energy levels and makes you feel good about yourself. What is it that makes a job enjoyable? This is all to do with finding the right job and having good promotion prospects. Developing your talents. Growth, appreciation, and job satisfaction. The VIRO Academy is there to help you to mark out your own route. ‘Engineering your career’, as we would put it. Because if you play to your strengths, you’ll perform at your best. That means we all benefit.
The VIRO Academy is a digital platform on which you can find all you need to know about the development opportunities available at VIRO. Personal development is a broad concept. It’s about more than simply following training courses. As well as training, other factors that play a part in your development include knowledge, experience, and competence management. It is for this reason that the VIRO Academy rests on four pillars: Career development, Training centre, Sharing knowledge and Job rotation.
Times change, insights change, our markets are changing, and VIRO is changing That’s why the VIRO Academy keeps on developing, just like you can do at VIRO!View our vacancies
The VIRO Academy stimulates and supports the personal development of our colleagues. That is tailor-made and involves more than just training. Matters such as knowledge, experience and growth are also part of this.
That is why the VIRO Academy consists of four pillars: Career Development, Training Centre, Sharing Knowledge and Job Rotation.Ask for your possibilities
When Jacob first arrived at VIRO, he worked on some fantastic projects under the supervision of experienced engineers. He was quickly promoted to group leader, then head of department, and then office manager.Read more
Kay chose VIRO because of the diversity of its clients and projects. Being new to the job market, this was a great way for him to discover what his ambitions were and in which areas. He soon became interested in the organisational side of things. Kay sat down with his supervisor to draw up a Personal Development Plan, so that he could follow his own path and work toward becoming a group leader.Read more
After six years at the Mechanical Engineering department, Rick was eager to know more about the ins and outs of Engineering Analysis. This switch has given him knowledge of both areas of work and has made his job as an engineer even more interesting, as he's now able to connect these two worlds.Read more
Stefan had the opportunity to set up the shipbuilding department at the Groningen office. As part of a co-development with De Voogt, Stefan first spent eight months at the client's premises to familiarise himself with their working methods. Stefan's on-the-job training meant he could pass on the knowledge he acquired to his own team. The team still meets weekly to share knowledge and experience.Read more