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Overview of traineeships in the Netherlands

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  1. DRV Accountant & Adviseurs logo

    Trainee Fiscaal Advies bij DRV

    DRV Accountant & Adviseurs

    DRV Accountant & Adviseurs

    Job

    Rotterdam, NL

    Job

    Rotterdam, NL

    Bij DRV Accountants & Adviseurs zijn wij altijd op zoek naar nieuw talent! Volg jij een WO-opleiding Fiscaal Recht of Fiscale Economie en wil jij naast je studie werkervaring opdoen? Dan is een traineeship bij DRV misschien wel iets voor jou! Laat hi...

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  3. Newpublic logo

    Traineeship Newpublic

    Newpublic

    Newpublic

    Job

    Amersfoort, NL

    Job

    Amersfoort, NL

    De overheid verandert en dat vraagt om een nieuwe stijl ambtenaar. Leergierig, ondernemend, resultaatgericht. Mensen die buiten de kaders durven denken en niet bang zijn om zichzelf een spiegel voor te houden. Die successen behalen met mensen binnen ...

  4. EVG Start logo

    (ICT) Management Traineeship

    EVG Start

    EVG Start

    Job

    Amsterdam, NL

    Job

    Amsterdam, NL

    Word jij onze ICT Management Trainee ? Talent inspireert, verfrist en maakt het verschil. Onze Trainees zijn enthousiaste starters. Allen zitten ze in verschillende rollen bijvoorbeeld Business Analist, Project Manager, Service Manager, Proces Manage...

What is a traineeship?

A traineeship means a trajectory that often takes about one to two years which will give you the opportunity to work in various departments within a company. As a trainee you get to learn multiple disciplines during the traineeship, giving you the chance to explore which direction you might want to pursue in your future career. The intention of the traineeship is so that the trainee will be offered a permanent position within the organisation.

Traineeship meaning

Still unsure what a traineeship is? The meaning of a traineeship is that you get paid to learn. Usually, traineeships are full-time. Traineeships will provide you with knowledge and experience in your chosen career.

Types of traineeships

There are multiple types of traineeships, in various different sectors for graduates to choose from. In the Netherlands, organisations have adjusted their programmes to the needs of their trainee and of their organisation. Popular types of traineeships are management traineeships, marketing traineeships, IT traineeships and finance traineeships. We have them all on Magnet.me so check them out.

What is a management traineeship?

When doing a management traineeship, you work under the supervision of managers and other company executives. The purpose of a management traineeship is to acquire essential knowledge and skills which will help you become a future manager. During a management traineeship, you will rotate through multiple departments in order to experience each one of them and learn all company functions.

Most popular companies that offer a traineeship:

  1. KLM traineeships and other opportunities
  2. Yacht traineeships and other opportunities
  3. Heineken traineeships and other opportunities
  4. Rabobank traineeships and other opportunities
  5. Skyscrapers traineeships and other opportunities
  6. Deloitte traineeships and other opportunities
  7. Shell traineeships and other opportunities
  8. KPMG traineeships and other opportunities
  9. PWC traineeships and other opportunities
  10. Unilever traineeships and other opportunities

Most popular areas to do a traineeship in:

  1. Traineeships Amsterdam
  2. Traineeships Den Haag
  3. Traineeships Rotterdam
  4. Traineeships Utrecht
  5. Traineeships Groningen
  6. Traineeships Nijmegen
  7. Traineeships Netherlands

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