Siemens Canada's Engineering and Technology Academy (SCETA)

Expanding a Successful Work-Integrated Learning Pilot

Our Expertise
Develop and deliver programs

The Situation

Siemens Canada wanted to maximize the results and financial viability of its Engineering and Technology Academy (SCETA), a Work-Integrated Learning Program (WILP) equipping Canadian students with the educational and professional foundation for successful careers in the company. Siemens wanted to serve additional internal and external business units and ensure a first-class experience for students.

Our Approach

Stiletto led a highly collaborative, in-depth research process that included detailed client discovery, extensive data collection and secondary research, stakeholder consultation with executives, managers, former students, and the development of financial assumptions and situational modelling in collaboration with Siemens.

The Results

The engagement resulted in a number of impacts: