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Expand your professional skills with Veolia, a learning company

How can you take your career to a new level?
How can you expand your skill sets and expertise?

1- Certificated training: Veolia provides a large number of training courses that deliver a diploma or certificate on completion.

2- Innovative training programs: every year Veolia develops new online digital learning that is easily accessible for everybody.

3- Strategic skills: specialist academies deliver training on our safety culture, innovation methods and energy management.

4- Ecological transformation: Veolia also delivers training on the professions of the future to help protect resources. This includes training in the fundamentals of ecological transformation, new energy solutions, bioconversion, responsible procurement and sustainable finance.

5- Management pathways: managers and future supervisors benefit from specific support to help them consolidate and extend their managerial skills.

The challenge facing Veolia is to adapt skills to reflect the increasing complexity of its business activities, and support innovations and the digitalization of its activities.

Veolia is a learning company that supports all its employees to develop and learn new skills. It actively promotes learning and skills transfers.

 

26 h Veolia employees receive an average of 26 hours’ training a year.

5academies. Leadership & Culture, Digital & Innovation, Health & Safety, Business & Operations, Transversal Functions, Ecological Transformation: the five specialist academies offer the same training courses to everybody, in every part of the world and at every Veolia site.

60,000 employees in 2022 had access to e-learning training via Learning@Veolia, a dedicated web platform. The content provided covers biodiversity, disability and digital with special training for new hires.

Did you know?

Veolia created "Terra Academia", the Ecological Transformation Academy in Paris in 2023 to prepare students for the professions of the future, and to respond to the climate crisis.