At the time, I didn't really know what to expect - I didn't have any prior knowledge of computer science. But I was very interested in the content of the course and the offer from HDI to fill it with practical content at the same time. 2013 was the start of the training. I was able to learn various development languages and use some of them directly in the company. At the same time, I learned that HDI as an insurance company is very diverse: Technically, from app development and AI for insurance products to cashless payment for your lunch as an employee in our Group - it was all there. And technologically from cloud to mainframe. I used the training period to find out which topic was particularly interesting for me. But also the question: "In what role would I like to work after the training?"
The experience that shaped me the most during my training was the close, daily exchange with my various instructors and the feedback I received, both in terms of content and on a personal level. That helped me a lot in my personal development. When, during the course of my training, I wanted to complete a practical phase in a department other than IT, the training planning team pulled out all the stops to make my individual wish possible. I was able to visit the HR department and find out what my colleagues deal with on a daily basis and what the technical challenges there are, for example.
That's how it came about that I had the "developer" with a degree in my pocket and then became more interested in the interface between the specialist department and IT at HDI. In a three-year IT project, I was able to get to know HDI's four major locations in Germany and initiate optimizations in various teams as a lean manager. In the meantime, I'm back deeper in IT itself ... and three guesses where?... Of course, at the interface between HR topics and IT implementations. I work both as an SAP consultant in the HR area and as a product owner for the SAP R/3 HCM products. From time to time I am available as a trainer for the dual students. As you can see, you can get to know many different areas and roles at HDI - if you want to.
Maybe we will see each other soon as a colleague at one of the locations... I would be happy to see you there
Until then - good luck