TESSERRACK improves your company or administration’s performance
through innovative training solutions; we build human capital into
a key success factor and bolster your strategy and projects with
targeted training programmes.
Having 10 years’ experience, innovative approach (training
consultancy assessment and strategy; course delivery and certification),
which offers our clients the best management of its training investments
in the fields of project organization, information technology and
is the key to the present and the future, for people as well as
companies. It's the most effective tool for dealing with those inevitable
surprises that today's world holds in store for us. It also generates
confidence, security and motivation. This is why TESSERRACK stresses
the acquisition and sharing of know-how.
percent of TESSERRACK's annual revenue is spent on continuing education
Approach to Training
an original approach, we have focussed our training strategy on
three areas, which ensure an employee's education as a person, as
a member of the TESSERRACK staff, and as a domain expert. TESSERRACK's
training strategy is therefore three-fold:
focus of the personal development is analogous and complementary
to the education received at home and in school with a long-term
perspective. Its purpose is to enrich personal skills, improve personal
conduct, and provide the means to confront difficult situations.
This is mainly achieved through external courses and includes subjects
such as management, communication skills, negotiation or auditing
techniques, as well as foreign languages.
Skills and Culture
medium- and long-term, its aim is the employee's smooth integration
into the company. Basically informal, it also comprises in-house
and occasionally external courses and seminars. This training draws
upon the company's acquired expertise in the areas of project management,
quality control, consulting methods and in the drafting of tenders.
It also communicates the company's culture and values.
on Information Technology (IT) products (specific data bases, development
tools, etc.), but also on the fundamental concepts of IT (object
modelling, distributed systems, communication systems, etc.). Unlike
product training, fundamental IT concepts training can be followed
at any time. It contributes to the employee's general IT culture
and takes the form of external courses, reading or visiting trade
fairs, and participation in professional seminars.
to its pro-active policy for in-depth training, TESSERRACK is able
to work with top-notch external professionals in drawing up courses
tailored to its objectives and the high qualifications of its employees.
Relatively condensed, these courses focus on the acquisition of
genuine expertise rather than a more encyclopaedic approach, thus
contributing to the company's positive development. If necessary,
TESSERRACK also uses standard courses offered by specialized institutes.
has successfully developed its own procedures and methodologies
that have helped it become a driving force in Braxzil IT industry.
This savoir-faire is shared through courses given by TESSERRACK's
of our most effective means of communication, in-house seminars
give all interested TESSERRACK personnel access to presentations
of projects, products, and/or concepts which are currently being
addressed at TESSERRACK. Comprising both presentation and discussion,
they are held at the end of the day, and last between one and one
and a half hour. They are chosen to present an experience that has
been beneficial for the company. The details of each seminar are
distributed via e-mail to all employees. Participation is optional,
and attendance is only limited by the size of the room in which
the seminar is held. These seminars are also open for interested
offers its employees an environment that is particularly conducive
to the sharing of know-how. Based on skills acquired by TESSERRACK,
mutual confidence, staff flexibility and team rotation, it gives
everyone the opportunity to get ahead. In particular, it provides
for the rapid training of technical project managers, customer project
managers, quality agents, course instructors and proposal writers
by giving them every opportunity to exercise their skills at a very
early stage. A project manager benefits not only from the advice
of his group manager but also from that of a more experienced project
manager who might be a member of his team (a project manager is
not necessarily the manager of the next project). This has at least
three advantages: training new project managers; flexibility (it
is easier to free a team member to take on a new project than the
project manager); and refreshing one's ideas.
employee may ask for certain books to be purchased and so contribute
to keeping TESSERRACK's library up-to-date.
a vital role in the acquisition of savoir-faire, these centers ensure
that TESSERRACK remains at the cutting edge of technology. Their
other major objective is the sharing of internally acquired expertise
through tools put in place by TESSERRACK or through special activities.
integral part of TESSERRACK's corporate strategy, training activities
are proposed by the Training Committee on the basis of an annual
master plan. They can also arise from the needs of various projects
or services, or from the annual review meetings the company holds
with each employee.
with all Business Line Managers of the company, this steering group
establishes the annual master plan and proposes training activities,
as well as organizing and following all the activities related to
the courses. The committee works within budgets allocated by the
management and makes recommendations for informal training, in-house
courses and seminars, and external courses. It is also responsible
for making a selection of general-purpose and trade press newspapers
and magazines for the company's subscriptions; these will be made
available to all employees through the library. After analyzing
the suitability of the activities proposed by the committee, management
decides whether to accept them or not.