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think outside of the box and ask questions.
From then to now, the lead trainer says he has seen great improvement in their critical thinking and problem solving abilities.
“We all grew together throughout the three months and now I can say that they are at a level where they are able to deliver for any given client at any given time as a result of what was gained during the three-month stint,” Brouet shared.
Meanwhile, the interns, in sharing their thoughts on the programme, collectively agreed that the work environment in which they were a part of was different from what was already known to them.
According to Mohabir, though his decision to move from his old job to take up the internship was a difficult one, he does not have regrets since the three months of work with V75 Solutions did not seem like work to him.
“It hasn’t felt like three months of work, it felt like I’m on a school project and I’m enjoying it with buddies and it’s really organic… I think the last three months have been completely amazing and I really enjoyed myself,” he said.
“When I first thought of the programme, I thought we would learn about the technical side but when we came it was a whole different experience,” Singh, another intern, shared.
Together, the group also noted that they were comfortable with the knowledge that they gained during the programme, with a few even expressing interest in exploring a bit more.