The Ortec Group awarded the “Employer Brand” label by France Chaudronnerie

21/05/2024 - Contracting
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France Chaudronnerie – the Boilermaking, Piping, Metalworking & Industrial Maintenance Union (formerly SNCT) and its Association Métier Avenir (AMA), have awarded their “Employer Brand by SNCT” label to the Ortec Group for a dynamic approach to recruitment and skills development in this sector.

This distinction is an acknowledgement of the commitment of the Group and its subsidiaries (Friedlander, Orys, Ortec Industrie, Ortec Environnement) to recruiting, training and upskilling employees in the Metalworking professions: boilermaking, piping, welding and industrial maintenance.

“The needs in this sector are great. The Ortec Group is proactive in recruiting for metalworking professions, taking on young interns, work-study students and graduates at our French and international sites. The projects and worksites on which we are involved, in both nuclear and conventional industry, require a large number of qualified personnel.We offer new employees a wide range of career paths, from design to on-site implementation. They are supported and involved in all our skills enhancement and training programs, so that they can assimilate the values shared by the men and women of Ortec: safety, quality and efficiency” explains Christophe Bourdely, Director of the Ortec Group’s Contracting France Division.

The “Employer Brand by SNCT” label, which aims to address recruitment challenges, is based on nine key themes:

  • Integration program for employees and young people
  • Employee support and skills development
  • Organization and management
  • Employability
  • Cooperation with training centers
  • Innovation
  • Womens’ role in the company
  • Environment & CSR
  • Communication

Ortec and the culture of immersive learning in metalworking professions

Head of the Friedlander metallurgy workshop in Douvrin, France, Emmanuel Pruvost regularly receives people wishing to discover the metalworking professions, either after completing their studies or as part of a retraining process. Everything is well organized, including meetings with the teams, visits to the workshop and premises, and safety awareness training. “We encourage people to become fully involved  in the workshop, so that they quickly get to grips with how it works” explains Emmanuel Pruvost. The introduction to the subject is adapted to the trainee’s profile and knowledge of the field (observation, discovery, hands-on experience). “The goal is to help them gain autonomy while presenting the various advantages of the job. This immersion period lasts four weeks. This gives us time to identify skills and potential in the trainees.”


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