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In order to support and nurture the talent it needs, the Group is relying on PSA Peugeot Citroën University. Set up in April 2010, the university is playing a major role in the Group’s transformation. Its role is to pass on expertise and know-how around the world, in compliance with the Group’s values and strategic aims.
The university offers more than 5,000 training courses linked to the 113 business functions listed by the Group. It has formed partnerships with some thirty universities around the world. In 2012, it earned the CLIP (Corporate Learning Improvement Process) label from the European Foundation for Management and Development for the quality of its teaching activities. The PSA Peugeot Citroën University thereby became the world’s 17th corporate university to be recognised as an organisation for the transmission of knowledge
The university has two international branch campuses – in São Paulo (Brazil) and in Shanghai (China) – set up to help employees all over the world share common values and working practices.
In order to pursue responsible development and to manage restructuring operations more effectively, the Group rolled out the “Mobility 2012” initiative in early 2012. The aim is to promote mobility and to provide career opportunities for employees working in “sensitive” business areas through extensive training and redeployment.
The initiative comprises two strands:
83% : in 2012, 83% of Group employees were able to follow training, for an average 21 hours. Overall, almost 2,600,000 hours of training were provided throughout the year, representing an investment of more than €32 million.