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Companies assess Trainee from schools with a 5.4. This shows the National Stage Examination 2006 held by Stageplaza.nl, online internship agency. Of the 22% respondents said that too little guidance from the schools. Companies gave a poor rating because few schools are involved in the placement of the students.

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From the schools, there is little interest and willingness to free up time for the trainee. Teachers rarely have contact with the company. When there is no shortage of guidance then this nonsense, and not content to have. Schedules and Return poorly planned and communicated. Also the comment as "the process?" gave companies on the grounds for the assessment. Especially on MBO-level, the guidance to be desired.

About the attitude of internship supervisors are companies varied. It appears from the investigation that the internship supervisors often arrogant and unfriendly attitude. Companies get the feeling that schools see them as profiteers.

Already indicated that students at poor schools placement service. The Student Research 2006 Stageplaza.nl revealed that over 46% of the surveyed students support moderate to poorly rated. From that research even got 27.56% of the students no Trainee from school.

This gave students that the poor rating was due to poor communication and little information. They received little or no help in finding an internship. Also confusion about the requirements for a period and the contract resulted in the poor assessment. Some of the surveyed students even indicated that they had received no placement service.

Business requirements of schools that they are more involved in placements. This may, for example by teachers more visits to companies. There is more support and coaching of the students needed. Information about the lesson plan of the student makes it easier to pass the stage to do more.

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