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Knowledge and development
Interview with Agnieszka Wojturska CPP Poland

Interview with Agnieszka Wojturska CPP Poland

Master of the W67 Mold Production Line
She has been associated with the precision foundry since 2008

1. How did your adventure with the precision foundry start?
I started working at the W67 Department in 2010 on the production line of wax models, as a Former. After some time, I was promoted to the position of Quality Controller.

2. How did you find y...
Master of the W67 Mold Production Line
She has been associated with the precision foundry since 2008

1. How did your adventure with the precision foundry start?
I started working at the W67 Department in 2010 on the production line of wax models, as a Former. After some time, I was promoted to the position of Quality Controller.

2. How did you find yourself in your current position?
One of the forms of development in CPP is internal recruitment. As a result of the increase in employment, an advertisement for the position of the master of the production line was published. I took part and …… I made it! :)

3. What, in your opinion, decided about your promotion?
I think it was partly the knowledge I gained as a Quality Controller, knowledge of the specifics of working on the wax line, where I previously worked, as well as the ability to act under pressure, prioritizing tasks and the ability to make decisions.

4. What do you value most about working at CPP?
The most important thing for me at work is employment stability. Every day at work I have contact with new launches, and this only proves the development of our company. The great potential of the company based on innovative technology makes us gain new customers. Secondly, the possibility of self-realization, continuous development through participation in workshops and training. Thirdly, CPP is primarily fantastic people who infect with their passion.

5. What would you say to people who start working at CPP?
The first days and weeks in a new job are stressful for everyone. A newly employed person, starting work, must have time to acclimatize to the new environment, which is what our adaptation program serves. Under the supervision of a mentor, the tutor can count on the support of more experienced employees. There is a friendly atmosphere in the company, which makes a new employee quickly become part of the team.

6. How do you spend your free time outside of work?
I spend most of my free time with my family. I prefer active recreation, e.g. cycling, rollerblading, snowboarding in winter. I have been training running recently and I dream of participating in the marathon :)

The interview was conducted in July 2019.
Interview with Dawid Herdzik CPP Poland

Interview with Dawid Herdzik CPP Poland

Non-destructive Testing Line Manager W67
He has been associated with the precision foundry since 2013

1. How did your adventure with CPP start?
He has been working at the W67 foundry for 7 years. I was hired as a junior NDT inspector. For the first 2 years, I was taking x-rays and training under the supervision of experienced employees as a controller....
Non-destructive Testing Line Manager W67
He has been associated with the precision foundry since 2013

1. How did your adventure with CPP start?
He has been working at the W67 foundry for 7 years. I was hired as a junior NDT inspector. For the first 2 years, I was taking x-rays and training under the supervision of experienced employees as a controller. In 2015, I passed the exam and obtained the second level certificate in Digital X-ray. In 2016 our foundry was bought by CPP and everything started to change ...

2. How did you find yourself in your current position?
While working at the X-ray facility, I took on additional duties, I made sure that we did not lack the materials necessary for work, I trained new employees. Moreover, I organized my work to a large extent and tried to take an active part in audits. I think that my character, i.e. openness, optimism and the ability to control emotions have largely contributed to the fact that I am in this place and lead my own team.

3. What, in your opinion, decided about your promotion?
For a long time I had 3 functions at work: controller, chairman of trade unions and social labor inspector. It involved a lot of extra responsibilities and tasks that I had to complete on time. It taught me multitasking and prioritization skills, which was noticed by my supervisor. Moreover, for six months, among other departmental photos, there was also a photo of me (the same as on the website) hung in front of the door to the Director General's room. The photo turned out to be so good that it was decided to do something with me :)

4. What do you value most about working at CPP?
What I value most is the commitment and independence of my team, which I can count on in many situations. As a young manager, I faced various problems on my way and when I was unable to deal with them, there was always someone in the company who offered advice. The prevailing atmosphere allows you to get up in the morning and enjoy going to work.

5. What would you say to people who start working at CPP?
We have well-trained employees who are happy to share their knowledge. Therefore, it is worth showing commitment and willingness to learn, because it will surely be noticed. CPP is a company where you can gain experience and develop your skills in a great atmosphere, so there is no reason to stress.

The interview was conducted in July 2019.
Interview with Tomasz Szczęch CPP Poland

Interview with Tomasz Szczęch CPP Poland

Head of the Technology Department W50
He has been associated with the precision foundry since 1999

1. How did your adventure with technology start?
My career began at Communication Equipment Manufacturer (Wytwórni Sprzętu Komunikacyjnego) WSK PZL Rzeszów, and I decided to work for WSK during my studies. The company ran a scholarship program for the best...
Head of the Technology Department W50
He has been associated with the precision foundry since 1999

1. How did your adventure with technology start?
My career began at Communication Equipment Manufacturer (Wytwórni Sprzętu Komunikacyjnego) WSK PZL Rzeszów, and I decided to work for WSK during my studies. The company ran a scholarship program for the best students, in which I was able to participate from the third year of my studies. Each scholarship holder was obliged to work in the plant right after their completion, so I did and my adventure with foundry began. As I finished my studies in Material Engineering - Foundry Alloys, I went to the Metallurgical Plant at that time, to the MT department working for the Precision Foundry. I started my work as a Clerk in the Instrumentation Design Section. 1999 was a very important period for Investment Casting Foundry, when serial production of turbine blades for General Electric Aviation and steering apparatus for General Electric Transportation began. It was a huge challenge for us, but at the same time a chance to learn, contact with new requirements and a field for rapid development. What I remember most is the period when my first injection mold was made and implemented. Every call from the department made my heart beat faster and doubts rattled in my head. Particularly amazing was the moment when the first casting of my tooling was produced and the stress turned into joy and pride. A few years after its implementation, I treated this product with some sentiment. The second key period for my professional career was the time right after the privatization of WSK, when the implementation of a large number of castings for PWC and PWA began, through cooperation with P&W and MTU engineers I had another opportunity to quickly gain knowledge and professional experience. After passing successive levels of promotion, in 2007 I took the position of the Construction Section Manager, and from 2012 the Manager of the Design Studio of the DMMP, working for the W50 Precision Foundry and W67 Monokryrystal Foundry. In 2014 I was appointed Leading Engineer at Pratt & Whitney Rzeszów. After our foundries were taken over by CPP, I took the position of the Head of the W50 Engineering Department and I hold it until now.

2. What, in your opinion, made your professional success?
A bit of luck and a lot of work :). My specialization in studies differed significantly from the scope of duties that I received after starting work at WSK. However, it quickly turned out that the theoretical knowledge in the field of materials engineering gained during studies, knowledge in the field of computer science and electronics gained in high school, perfectly complement the practical knowledge that I had the opportunity to gain at WSK. Of course, it would not have been possible without the help and patience of many people: colleagues and superiors who were able to guide and motivate me appropriately. In my case, the theory is confirmed that 90% of the necessary knowledge is gained through experience and relationships, and the remainder through learning and training. At some point in my career, I began to be viewed as an expert, which later resulted in my appointment as Lead Engineer. Although it was ennobling, I also realized that expert knowledge is not given once and for all, with the rapid development of production techniques, the expert must constantly update and deepen his knowledge, otherwise he will cease to be a technical leader very quickly. Expert knowledge is knowledge that should be constantly verified by practical experience. It is said jokingly that an expert is one who has already made all possible mistakes in his discipline and remembered them.

3. What do you value most at work in CPP Poland?
CPP is a stable company, has an established brand and position on the market, is focused on dynamic development through the implementation of new products. All this means that we have access to the latest technologies, we participate in NCBiR projects and we are also recognized in the academic environment. It is also important that CPP is an international company, which in turn gives the opportunity to benchmark and exchange experiences with colleagues from other foundries around the world.

4. What would you say to people who start working at CPP Poland?
Be creative with your duties and tasks, look for opportunities to do them better and more effectively. In my opinion, we like the work in which we engage and in which we have the opportunity to develop our competences more. If you are good at what you do, you will feel more confident, you will have greater satisfaction with your work and a greater chance of being well perceived and, of course, promoted. In modern and developing companies such as ours, good interpersonal relations are an extremely important condition for success. Teamwork and collaboration between teams is key. Take care of the atmosphere at work, conflicts should be averted, and if they do occur, they should be resolved as soon as possible. And remember - in the vast majority of cases, cooperation gives much better results than competition.

5. How do you spend your free time outside of work?
I try to spend as much free time as possible with my family. As a hobby I play keyboards, and I even love the accordion. Such music-making is an excellent form of relaxation for me, which allows me to reduce stress related to work and everyday life.

The interview was conducted in July 2019.

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