CUBEiE Training Center for Applied Engineering
CUBEiE Training Center for Applied Engineering offers innovating and integrated training programs for graduates and/or junior Engineers.
The Training Center conducts training sessions, workshops and seminars to pass valuable and comprehensive know-how to engineers. Engineers have the opportunity to put their academic knowledge into practice and move to a higher professional level.
The training programs are conducted by prominent local and international practitioners / professors in diverse streams in several engineering and relevant fields.
Further more, engineers have to attend a 4-6 internship session under the supervision of CUBEiE trainers and in co-operation with industrial partners.
In the private sector throughout Cyprus, CUBE Training Center and Applied Engineering aims to become the leading training provider for engineering and technology programs.
What does CUBEiE do?
Delivers both short courses/seminars and long customized training programs on specialized topics within an inclusive spectrum of technologies.
Brings together groups of education and pioneer professionals.
Provides integrated, structured, practical, and affordable education.
The CUBEiE way: Accelerating Experiences!
Part 1: Intensive training program
Each graduate / junior Engineer has to attend to a series of training modules regarding his/her majority. The aim of this training program is to provide the engineer with practical knowledge and empowerment, in order to help him / her respond to the working conditions and environment.
Engineers who will succeed in that intensive training program will be introduced to industrial partners for internship for 6-9 months.
Part 2: Internship with industrial partners
Every engineer will participate to an internship program to enhance his / her capabilities and gain real working experiences. At the same time, the internship partner meets and tests the engineer's strengths.
Our Training Center for Applied Engineering is a win-win situation for every partner. What is required is industrial partners to give opportunity to graduate / junior Engineers to work for their Company / Organization.
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Mission of CUBEiE Training Center for Applied Engineering:
Offers high-quality education programs .
Offers courses/seminars that address the current needs of individuals and industry.
Designs courses that meet the clients' requests.
Ensures courses are application oriented.
Helps its clients to adapt their skills to new working positions and demands.
CUBEiE Training Center for Applied Engineering follows the next steps to achieve its mission:
It assesses market's training needs.
It develops high quality programs to meet markets' and engineers' needs.
It implements communication strategies that match clients with the most beneficial programs on an individual basis.
It evaluates programs to guarantee achivable stated learning outcomes.
It provides feedback to ensure continuous improvement.
CUBEiE TC makes every effort to not explicitly promote the interests of any third party products or technologies through lectures, written notes, or any other method that may compromise the value of education and professionalism within courses/seminars. In cases, where training purposes are related to third party products, technologies, or other interests, the affiliation will be disclosed to participants prior to the course/seminar.
The Training Program for Graduate/Junior Engineers is considered by the CUBEiE as an important stage in the development of a person in achieving the goal of becoming an experienced Engineer.
The training period is a time of transition from an academic environment to that of real life in industry. It is a time when the trainees, by gaining practical 'on-the-job' experience, can reinforce and gain a thorough appreciation of the fundamental principles they learned in their academic studies.
To achieve this aim of integrating 'theory' with 'practice', the training scheme is designed to offer trainees learning opportunities by providing them with relevant practical experiences. The emphasis throughout the training being that the trainees should learn-by-doing, by their being personally involved in 'real life' activities and their learning being largely self-motivated.
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Whilst undergoing training trainees are expected to:
behave in a professional manner.
have a positive and good attitude towards the company providing the training; to all levels of its staff, to their colleagues, and to their 'work'.
be part of the productive process within the framework of being trained.
use their intellectual and analytical abilities to further their development in the engineering profession.
demonstrate initiative and drive in a quest to learn from their training. In this, accept that in the industrial environment (so different from the academic life) the effort required to acquire knowledge or a skill will be largely self-motivated.
develop their powers of communication, decision making and leadership and thereby gain self-confidence related to their technical and social behaviour and opinions.
identify how they can complement their formal training by self-help.
help develop their initiative and their innovative skills.
be able to retrieve and use relevant information.
use their diagnostic skills to identify problems and offer possible solutions.
to develop a natural inquisitive sense and 'question' 'why' and 'how' things are done, with the aim of improving procedures and thus productivity.
In the final analysis the success of the training, with respect to the calibre of the 'product', is considered to rest very largely on the interest, enthusiasm, attitude, self-motivation and curiosity of the trainees themselves.
The training program intenses to be cohesive and success in the constituent parts of the training scheme, as suggested from the Cyprus Chamber Of Commerce and Industry, the Ministry of Energy, Commerce Industry and Tourism etc. These 'linked' parts/sessions cover such matters as technical competence, management skills, leadership skills, an awareness of matters and Engineer's role in the society. It is the achievement of the required standard in all of these inter-related parts that determines a trainee's suitability to become and work as a Professional Engineer.
It is in the matter of standards and achieving a degree of uniformity within the profession as a whole as well as within each discipline that the objective approach can be effectively used.
Industrial Partners for Internship Programs
Finding great talents to hire for your organization is an ongoing challenge, and one that you should pursue actively, even if you are not ready to add to your full-time staff at the moment. It is important to be continuously on the lookout for people who would be an asset to your team and cultivating these relationships over time.
One of the smartest ways a company can find new talent is by establishing a high-quality internship program. Internships are not only appealing to college students who are interested in gaining knowledge, work experience and mentorship opportunities, they also provide organizations with the chance to test out potential hires before they enter the full-time work force.
1. It is a mutually beneficial situation
Young people are eager to learn and acquire the valuable experience that comes with an internship. By working for your company for a summer or another limited period of time, they are able to get their feet wet in an industry that interests them, while expanding their skills and building professional references. In return, you are able to strengthen your team without taking on the expense and risk of hiring a full-time employee. A well-developed internship program can provide important learning opportunities for the intern and much-needed help for your organization.
Why become an Internship Partner?
3. It increases productivity
Treat your interns with respect and find challenging tasks for them, and they will repay you tenfold by working with enthusiasm and diligence. Don’t make the mistake of giving interns only busywork or the tasks no one else wants to do. If you do, they will most likely become bored or resentful and you will be wasting an opportunity to engage them in meaningful work. Find a balance to the assignments you give them, and be sure to include real responsibilities within the organization.
2. It is a good long-term investment.
Your star summer intern may turn out to be just the person you need in your staff in a year or two. If you take the time now to mentor college students and take an interest in their education and career goals, you can start to develop genuine relationships that will be beneficial in the future. Find an exceptional intern and you could save yourself a lot of recruitment time and money by hiring him when he graduates.
4. It brings fresh ideas and energy to the organization
While your interns can increase their knowledge by working with experienced professionals, you can also learn from them. Younger employees can often bring a fresh perspective that is helpful in the workplace. Treat interns as part of the team, ask for their opinions and suggestions and demonstrate that you value their contributions. Set specific goals, track their progress and give them regular feedback to make the most of their time in your company.