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Intel Ireland Ltd

Training (graduates)


7.8 / 10

(based on 44 ratings in 2014)

Please elaborate on the training programmes at your company and tell us what skills you’ve picked up.


"I have attended multiple training classes but hands on informal training it definitely the best, there will always be someone willing to help you understand something."
Graduate, Kildare
"There is a lot of on-the-job training which I like because I learn best by doing things. However there are also online training courses which help with the basics of how things work in the company."
Graduate, Leixlip
"There are training programmes on offer though these are constrained by the budget. I joined late on in the year and the places for classroom-based training have already been allocated, since then though I have had access to all the material and those that have taken part in the training are always willing to answer any questions that you may have."
Graduate, Leixlip
"Training is department-specific and owned by the individual. The new skills that you learn are very specific to the company."
Graduate, Dublin
"The training is excellent. It comes in the form of web-based, instructor-led (classroom) and on the job."
Graduate, Leixlip
"The skills I have picked up are too numerous to list, but they are taught through a combination of instructor led, web based and on-the-job training."
Graduate, Leixlip
"There are a lot of training programmes available to get you trained on the various software and machines at Intel. I was also sent to Dallas for two weeks as part of my machine-specific training."
Graduate, Leixlip
"It would be useful to have some standard basic training that new hires can be given so that they can have a good input from the very start."
Graduate, Leixlip

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