Rolf Dollevoet, source: RailTech

‘Substantive internships attract sought-after technicians to the rail industry’

Source: RailTech

A well-defined project and an experienced employee that keeps one day free for supervising an intern: this is what TU Delft see as the norm for all internships for their Railway Engineering students, and consultants Mott MacDonald are one of the first businesses in the rail industry to follow these guidelines. Rolf Dollevoet, Professor of Railway Engineering, is enthusiastic and hopes that this will make more companies take their internships and final-year placements seriously. “It is only by doing this that we can attract sought-after technicians to the rail industry.”

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Author: Marieke van Gompel

Marieke van Gompel is editor-in-chief of RailTech.com, RailFreight.com and SpoorPro.nl, online magazines for railway professionals.

1 comment op “‘Substantive internships attract sought-after technicians to the rail industry’”

Ashwin Jain|15.07.19|07:24

this is Ashwin jain working at https://www.raletta.in/internship-in-indore/
good to see how they are using their time for interns so as to check whtether they arfe working effectively

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