twelve o’clock, October 5, 2021 – 9:49 pm
The leading company in fruit stoning machinery launches a new project
Crescenzo: “Our Academy trains human resources that are difficult to find today”
The CTI FoodTech Academy is underway, the new free training project of the Salerno-based company, leader in Italy in the production of fruit pitting machinery and the second-largest producer of peach pitting machines in terms of units installed in factories throughout the world. The course, organized in collaboration with Manpower Italia, is aimed at young people who have just obtained a school qualification or people looking for a job and aims to train technical resources specialized in operating on machinery for the metalworking industry compatible with the standards prescribed by the specifications. of Industry 4.0, with the qualification of “operator of numerically controlled machine tools” or “mechanical fitter”.
After the assessment day, held at the CTI headquarters, the first participants were selected for the course, which began with a lesson dedicated to learning the basics necessary for access to the company’s production department. Subsequently, the young people will be supported by tutors chosen from among the managers of the machine tools, who will share the use techniques covered by the course with the students. At the end of the course, which will last a total of 200 hours, the most deserving students will be absorbed into the company staff. There are still places available for mechanical experts and similar profiles.
The director of the Research & Development department of CTI FoodTech Alessandro Crescenzo explains: “We decided to organize this course at the suggestion of Manpower, whom we thank for the technical assistance and consultancy, because we think it is a possible solution to the problem of the difficulty of finding specialized technical resources for operations on advanced technology industrial machinery. It is a problem that affects the entire industrial sector throughout Italy, and in our area in particular. Training young people internally is the most rational answer to the problem, because it represents a productive investment for CTI FoodTech and a precious free opportunity for job seekers ».
CTI FoodTech CEO Biagio Crescenzo comments: «CTI FoodTech has distinguished itself over the years for the quality of work, understood in the two senses of resource productivity and professional growth opportunities for collaborators. Launching our Academy, to train specialized technicians independently, is the next step in a discourse of corporate responsibility that belongs to our entire entrepreneurial history. It is one of our many initiatives designed to promote development of the territory, enhancing human resources and making a new service of fundamental importance available to the community ».
5 October 2021 | 21:49