|What type of training will I receive?|
The amount of training you receive will vary based on your job. Our field engineers, for example, receive comprehensive classroom and on-the-job training and are mentored by highly experienced engineers early in their careers. But how long it lasts and exactly when it takes place depends on the product service line you're assigned to. Generally speaking, training for field engineers can last anywhere from six months to one year. For people working in one of our support organizations, training, again, varies according to the position, but will, in most cases, take place on the job.
Other Entry-Level Training Programs
Accounting offers an Accounting Rotation Program that enables select new hires to spend their first eight weeks rotating through four or five Accounting functions. This rotation enables participants to gain a better understanding of the various departments and to learn how each functions within the Company, and to gain exposure to some of the numerous opportunities available within the Finance organization.
Supply Chain offers very select new graduates an opportunity to participate in the Supply Chain Management Program (SCMP). This innovative 2½-year program gives participants the opportunity to rotate through five six-month assignments in different Supply Chain functional groups across the globe. The SCMP candidates are given high-value, high-impact projects to provide them with broad exposure to Halliburton's $4 billion Supply Chain organization. This program puts graduates on the fast track to leadership roles within Halliburton and international assignment opportunities.
Business Development offers select new hires the opportunity to participate in the Field Associate Program. This program provides a broad operational view of Halliburton's product service line offerings, and it has the specific goal of providing the trainee with a working knowledge of the processes, basic job procedures, operational factors, personnel functions and customer response at the point of delivery. Once the 18-month to 24-month rotational program is completed, trainees have the opportunity to advance into positions within our Sales and Operations departments.
Ongoing Learning and Development Opportunities
Throughout your tenure with Halliburton, we will supplement that training with ongoing learning and development opportunities. You'll have access to numerous tools and resources to help you multiply and expand your competencies and to develop your career, including:
- I Learn – an online training management system that offers more than 3,700 active courses to assist employees in their professional and personal development
- The Halliburton Educational Assistance Program – where applicable, this program pays for or reimburses a portion of fees related to job-related workshops, offsite seminars, courses taken at accredited educational institutions, and other programs targeted to improve your skills and performance.
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