Megawide’s Cadetship Program is a six-month training program with highly experienced engineers who will help you understand how life is in Megawide, and will lead you to building the career path you wish to take.
Experience Engineering Excellence. See the Megawide difference.
- Program Details
Status during training: Trainee (6 months)
Status after successfully passing the training: Cadet Engineer or Architect (employed)
Assignments: Cadet Engineer for Structural Works/Finishing Works
|Phase||Duration (in days)|
|Phase 1||General Orientation||5|
|Phase 3||Trade Skills||10|
|Phase 4||General Engineering||4|
|TOTAL DURATION||142 (6 months)|
- Graduate of BS Civil Engineering – for Structure
- Graduate of BS Architecture – for Finishing
- Transcript of Records
- Certificate of Good Moral Character
- Possesses leadership skills
- Has technical excellence
- Has a can-do attitude
- Enjoys and thrives on challenges
- Takes personal ownership and responsibility
- Adaptable and open to new ways of working
- Proactive in leading change
- Incisive when dealing with situations
- Knows how to communicate well
- What to Expect
- Classroom Sessions
- Get to know Megawide, our culture, and our values.
- Meet your colleagues, team members, and managers.
- Go back to basics (Fundamentals and General Engineering).
- Understand the importance of safety, our ISO system, and the principles of quality.
- The Company
- See the “bigger picture.”
- Understand the Megawide culture and what it means for you.
- Know our values. Inspire to achieve. Contribute and reach your potential.
- On-the-Job Training
- Immerse in your specialization.
- Learn our systems and state-of-the-art technology.
- Evolve from being a newbie to an expert.
- Learn from the experience of a senior colleague.
- Reach your full potential.
- Seek advice, support, and guidance on your progress and goals.
- Performance Appraisal
- Have a regular review of your progress and contribution.
- Gain recognition for achievements.
- Personal Development Planning
- Discuss your progress, potentials, aspirations, and goals.
- Carve out your career path.
- Consider potential opportunities.
- Meet your peers. Make contacts. Build relationships.
- Share experiences, knowledge, and support.
- Classroom Sessions