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The question of how many junior engineers he has already guided through their first few months at PULS provokes a furrowed brow, after which he gives us a rather vague answer: "There have been quite a few!" Knoll goes on to explain that inductions for new colleagues are always a team project.
In their first project PULS junior engineers work their way through the particular stages of development. There is a carefully thought-out induction schedule which includes a range of training sessions within the individual specialist departments. This includes tips and tricks for circuit design, measurement engineering, prototype production, product repairs, software and simulation tools, thermographic analysis, component training, and many more. This gives the junior developers the chance to get to know the various specialists, whilst getting a detailed introduction to the subject matter.
By giving the junior engineers the chance to work on collaborative projects with their more experienced colleagues, a great deal of knowledge and expertise can be passed on within a relatively short space of time. This scheme was introduced by Bernhard Erdl, founder, managing director and chief developer at PULS, who makes sure to regularly engage the junior engineers in discussions. For example, team meetings will soon turn into technical discussions that act as a source of inspiration for everyone involved.
This culture of openness and exchange creates important catalysts for development work, securing PULS's position as global technological leader in DIN-rail switch-mode power supplies going forward.