Siemens Canada Engineering and Technology Academy (SCETA)
The Siemens Canada Engineering and Technology Academy (SCETA) is a unique initiative designed to equip engineering and engineering technology students in Canada, and Siemens’ own engineers, with the educational and professional foundation required for successful careers. The goal of this Work Integrated Learning Program (WILP) is to educate post-secondary students on Industry 4.0 concepts such as electrification, automation, digitalization, and cloud technology.
Through SCETA, students spend two summer terms at Siemens in Canada where they participate in a variety of learning opportunities including classroom, e-learning, Siemens systems and product training, mentorship rotations in Siemens business units, and additional hands-on experience in various industry applications. Students are hired by Siemens in Canada and paid a student full-time salary throughout their enrollment with SCETA.
While at the academy, students follow a curriculum based on four pillars: soft skills training, business training, advanced technology/engineering training, and hands-on mentorship or practical experience.
The Trillium Network had the opportunity to profile SCETA. Click here to read it.
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Areas of Expertise
Engineering and technology
Skills & Professional Development
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Published: January 24, 2022