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Day Four: Career-Management

Day Four began with each of us working in our own departments. For me, that included shadowing my manager and(…)

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Day Three: Firefighting

Our Third Day was devoted to the firefighting parts of Falck. This started with presentations from Industrial Firefighting, who work internationally,(…)

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Day Two: Extra-Curriculars & The Support System

On the schedule for our second day was a short session on how we should communicate with future Falckoners (i.e.(…)

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The First Day at Falck

The purpose of these blogs is to give future candidates an insight into what the graduate programme is actually like.(…)

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Going international – shared blog post

In our second rotation, the four of us went abroad to take up new positions in Falck’s offices in London,(…)

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From EMT to Graduate

I started my new career in Falck on September 1st, 2017, feeling excited and looking forward to work for Falck(…)

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Mentorship – one of the perks of being a graduate

Like the rest of the 2017 graduate batch, I am now half way through my first rotation in Falck. My(…)

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The first three months – getting to know Falck as a graduate

Currently I have worked at Falck for almost three months, and already I have met with people from top management(…)

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The new Falckoners are here!

A year after our first four graduates (Helene, Hugh, Rasmus, and Caroline) entered Falck, our second wave of graduates—six this(…)

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Expect the Unexpected! My first placement at Falck

If there’s one thing I’ve learnt so far at Falck it’s that the company will always surprise and challenge me.(…)

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International project work, dedicated rescue workers and inspiring NGO’s

I am doing my first rotation in Falck Emergency. Emergency is one of Falck’s most international business streams and is(…)

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Looking at the man in the mirror

Imagine, you have just started your new job as a graduate. Everything is exciting, everything is new, and after the(…)

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Let there be wind, let there be waves and let there be fire!

As you might have figured out already, life as a Falck graduate never gets boring so you need to be(…)

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First week as a graduate

Hi all, I would like to tell you a bit about my first week and how I was introduced to(…)

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The Falck Memorial Service

Autumn had well and truly arrived in Copenhagen as we made our way to a big day in the Falck(…)

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Why I applied to becoming a Falckoner

I came across the program more or less by coincidence while I was looking for my first ‘real’ job after(…)

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My tips for writing a great application for the Falckoner programme

Hi everyone, My name is Rasmus Villadsen and I am currently on my first rotation in Falck Healthcare. Soon I(…)

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The matching process

For my Master, I studied Business and Development Studies at CBS and to be honest, Falck was not the first(…)

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Falck and Furious Assessment Day – Part 2 and top tips

Lunch was definitely more of a working lunch situation. The first task in the afternoon was an individual business case(…)

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Falck and Furious Assessment Day – Part 1

The clue’s in the name really! It was fast, furious, challenging, fun. It was also warm (really warm). But looking(…)

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