Industrial Training is important for making an engineering student work ready. To graduate from an engineering program at UNSW all students must complete a minimum of 60 days of approved Industrial Training. It means, not only do you graduate with some real on-the-job experience.
- Training in an industrial / commercial / financial environment provides the trainees with the opportunity to develop a problem solving attitude and to have an insight into the functioning of the accounts department.
- It also diversifies their practical experience and helps them in developing the attributes of team work and correlation with members of other professions and disciplines.
- It is intended to provide the trainees with a new dimension to their experience.
- This would necessarily involve exposure of trainees to the entire gamut of activities of industrial establishments in a phased and systematic manner.
- An exposure to the working environment of a large commercial organization will give them an integrated view of its operations.
- It is essential that the member imparting training in industrial including commercial and financial enterprises, recognizes that perception of the overall business environment is the prime objective of such training.