Axpo launches a talent day on technology and digitalisation

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The course, structured by Axpo Italia and promoted with Unige, includes an initial preparatory phase, aimed at achieving basic knowledge of the system and, consequently, the possibility of taking the exam to obtain the certificate Salesforce associate certification.

Online lessons and company meetings

Participants will be able to benefit, the note continues, «from the support of certified teachers and personalized modules, which will be delivered through a remote frontal course. Furthermore, during the training period, Axpo Italia will organize face-to-face meetings for the selected candidates at its headquarters in Genoa”, offering the opportunity to learn about “the application of CRM technology in the world of work” in the field.

«Focusing on new talent – states Massimiliano Coppa, director of human resources at Axpo Italia – can only be a central strategy for preserving the competitiveness of a company in the medium-long term. It therefore becomes important to take care of the growth path of these resources, making tools and skills based on innovation and constant updating available to them.”

The lack of skills is a national emergency

Nicola Lalla, vice president of Salesforce, adds that «the lack of adequate skills is a true national emergency, which risks not fully grasping the great opportunity offered by the digital transition. The union between training and business has always been fundamental but today it is even more so, as technological evolution requires it.”

Giulia Pellegri, delegate of the Rector for Unige’s orientation, tutoring and placement activities, underlines, however, that «opportunities such as the Axpo talent day offer an extraordinary opportunity to come into direct contact with leading companies in the sector and to explore the many career opportunities available. The STEM sector is of crucial importance in the contemporary economic and social landscape, and the demand for qualified professionals continues to grow.”



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