Depends on you, really. You know that already but worth repeating.
Doesn’t matter what line you are in – if you want to be a professional, you need to learn to be self-taught. That means taking the initiative to learn things on your own.
You have left school. You cannot be spoon-fed anymore. Even more so if there are training programs where you are and you have a mentor-protégé relationshipwhere you are working now (and consider yourself lucky).
If you are the unlucky one, then you are forced to self-learn – which will lead you to be lucky in getting better than your peers.
Pick things up on your own. Learn to solve problems without being taught. That’s how professionals behave.
Stop being a student. Start being a professional.