DCNS in 2015
PASSING ON EXPERTISE, SHARING THE PASSION OF OUR CRAFT
DCNS Universeaty relies on a network of 2,000 in-house instructors
For example, the welding training centres, which the Group has set up at each of its naval shipyards, deliver qualifications for some ten different procedures based on extremely stringent terms of reference. The most experienced DCNS welders – such as Aubry Bardon, best worker in France 2015 – come to pass on the subtleties and extremely demanding standards of their technique. Applied to products as sensitive as a submarine hull, welding that bears the DCNS signature has no margin for error. This is where a third means of passing on expertise, deeply rooted in the Group’s genes and history, comes into play: seamanship mentoring, a naval version of apprenticeship that, among other things, includes a particularly developed system of tutoring. DCNS currently has some 600 young people on work/study courses
DCNS OFFERS A HUGE CHOICE OF PROFESSIONS From engineering to naval system integration and production.
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