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Guidewire Software Ireland

Training (graduates)


7.6 / 10

(based on 31 ratings in 2014)

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


"The company spends two months training all new employees before they are put onto a project, which really gives you a good appreciation of the work you will be doing and also gives you ample time to get to know some of your co-workers."
Midlevel, Dublin
"The initial training is very important and well done, giving you a good understanding of the product which you are going to work on."
Experienced, Dublin
"Introduction training is quite in-depth, and long. The examinations throughout this training are quite difficult. For further training, there are many options available from certifying in more products, to obtaining Java certification."
Graduate, Dublin
"The training is a bit hard but is important to learn how to use and configure the products, also beside the private products Guidewire has certifications available for other skills like language, tools, agile methodologies, etc."
Graduate, Dublin
"Formal training really sets you up for client interaction but it is a difficult and rigorous process."
Graduate, Dublin
"The first two months are spent entirely learning how to work with company technologies. After this there are 80 paid hours dedicated to training each year, these can be used to work towards Java Certification, Scrum Master Certification, Public Speaking courses and other options."
Graduate, Dublin
"Training is long and challenging. Certification is required and there are tests/presentations involved in the process. The benefits of training are felt when starting the first project."
Consulting, Midlevel, Dublin

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