Training and development

At AMAG, learning represents an essential part of the corporate culture. Well-trained employees are a crucial factor in sustainable corporate performance and success. Especially in the age of Industry 4.0 and digitalisation, lifelong learning is not just a slogan, but the key to success. With the implementation of a Learning Management System (LMS) and digital learning, AMAG intends to introduce a company-wide tool that provides all employees with the best possible support and qualifies them for future tasks to the greatest extent. The establishment of a new “learning culture” and the integration of learning into everyday working life comprise the fundamental challenges.

The COVID-19 pandemic had a decisive influence on the training and development measures in the year under review. Employees completed a total of 24,247 training hours in the 2020 reporting year.

Central measures in the reporting year 2020 were:

  • Preparation of training sessions in e-learning formats ongoing
  • Focused talent management (including the “Young Talents” and “Management Tools” program) halted due to COVID-19