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About the Nestlé Corporate Management Training Program
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The 2-year program begins with intensive exposure across various facets of the business, where CMTs are provided classroom and immersive learning experiences. This is intended for CMTs to understand and experience how the Nestlé Purpose and Values are brought to life.

Equipped with a holistic view of the business, as well as the interrelationships between different functions across the entire value chain – CMTs are then provided the unique opportunity to build strong foundations in their functional tracks. They immerse in their chosen track, taking on targeted roles and working on actual business challenges where they are expected to deliver strong business results.

Why Join?

The Corporate Management Training (CMT) Program of Nestlé Philippines is geared towards developing high potential individuals as future leaders in various aspects of the business.

Over decades, many senior leaders in Nestlé Philippines have emerged through this program. The program continues to develop individuals for critical management positions to ensure organizational succession by having a bench of qualified Nestlé leaders.

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Emma
I am thankful for the CMT program for it has helped me build the basic foundation I need to become an inspirational leader.

Tina Samaco, Business Executive Officer - Cereals Partners Worldwide Philippines and Pacific Islands (CMT 1997-1999)


 
Emma
The CMT program aims to develop young, talented and hard-working individuals into well-rounded commercial managers. The discipline and rigor that is required serves to prepare our leaders for the future through exposure and training in different roles and diverse environments. It is a solid program. Deng Austriaco, Business Executive Officer - Coffee, Creamer, and Creations(CMT 1995-1997)