The role we play means we are committed to building, shaping and nurturing the engineers of the future. Developing our talent is critical.
Providing robust and tailored learning and development programmes is fundamental to our commitment to ensure our people have the skills and capabilities they need to meet and exceed customer expectations.
Challenging our employees to develop beyond even their own expectations, we provide regular performance reviews, helping to inform and construct development plans whilst providing the agility and flexibility needed to respond to changing needs.
Although we offer structured and targeted learning and development pathways for career progression at whatever level - apprentice/graduate or experienced hire - we encourage our people to take personal responsibility for driving their careers in a direction that is meaningful to them.
Whether that be technical qualification for apprentices and trainees, studying for professional qualifications or achieving Chartered status with relevant professional bodies.
We do whatever we can to support our colleagues that wish to study for professional qualifications at any stage in their careers. We are Corporate Partners of the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) and the British Computer Society (BCS), agreements that are intended to help strengthen our professional development activities and enable our team to reach their potential. Our people have really benefited from this partnership with 15.9% of our engineers registered with the IET, and seven colleagues having already achieved Chartered Engineer status.
And, as well as targeted and tailored pathways, we have established learning and development options that go beyond the ‘training room’ including peer to peer learning, mentoring schemes and leadership forums.
Capula is looking for extraordinary people to join our industry leading team as we continue to define the future of Engineering.