To better understand the business environment of the building society to observe the trainees also with other financial service providers, include Union investment insurance and investment company the co-operative financial group for example at the R + V. All trainees also attend a series of seminars. There is gives them a financial expertise. Also they are trained in project management so that they develop a common understanding of project management”, explains long. “Grown IT requires special knowledge in addition exists a training program specifically for the trainees, the their homeland” in the IT sector. It includes seminars relating to the analysis and design of software solutions.
The program is also a training in the programming language COBOL. The extent of less than two weeks surprised Teinert first. Him but it soon became clear that financial service providers for data security reasons Mainframe systems is still the backbone of IT”form. Where they almost all programs dock, which have to do with the core business”. Therefore the future executives and project managers in the IT sector a basic understanding “on these machines have. This Hall moves away Schwabisch but increasingly by a standardized IT training program because the trainees are a heterogeneous force”, emphasizes how long.
Their knowledge in the area of information and communication technology are quite different at the beginning of the trainee programme. Not everyone has already a very in-depth knowledge of data processing. Some are even economics or economists without in-depth IT knowledge qua initial training. Therefore, we see what he brings with him and where he could develop with each trainee exactly and then create a development plan for him.” The development paths are different when Matthias Teinert peeled himself out during his trainee years: he would like to pursue the professional management career and continue in the Application development work. Christian Knauer, however, moved in March 2013 in IT architecture planning. This Department deals with the questions: which developments are there in the area of information and communication technology? And how could be in five or six years the IT landscape of Schwabisch Hall look like? According to Knauer an extremely exciting task”because these are many factors to consider. In addition to the technological development, factors include how this: as developed the (financial) market and what legislation must financial institutions will meet? Why such aspects are explained Knauer an example: in the IT trade press is hot discussion on the topic of cloud computing. For financial service providers as Schwabisch Hall is however: once the data relate to the core business, cloud computing as a way to store data is eliminated from data for security reasons. So financial institutions need an own Hall as Schwabisch also here Solution.