Learning doesn’t stop after graduation – whether from school, apprenticeship or university. Your own knowledge and skills have to be constantly adapted to new standards, markets or professions.
This affects both employees and companies. Adaptation is the only way to stay in business and to influence your own career.
Therefore, training should be the beginning of the lifelong learning process. During this initial period of your career, you should acquire the prerequisites for lifelong learning.
This may sound quite ambitious, but no one can ignore this fact today. In the long term, both the employee and the company will profit from lifelong learning.