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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.

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